Figuring out the potential costs involved in your treatment can be difficult. Below are some example scenarios and their corresponding prices to act as a guide in what can seem like a very complicated process.
Keep in mind that your treatment will be completely unique to you, and the final cost will be based upon your and your family's individual needs, which will be discussed before you start.
A couple, aged 30 (female) and 32 (male), with unexplained infertility have been trying to get pregnant without success for two years. They have already had some tests done through the NHS including a semen analysis and a HyCoSy test for the fallopian tubes. Both tests showed no issues.
A couple who have had a number of previously unsuccessful IVF cycles have been trying to get pregnant for four years. She is 36, and his sperm sample shows the need for ICSI to be used in treatment.
A same-sex female couple, aged 29 and 31, hopes to start a family with a combination of donor sperm and IUI. They match and purchase donor sperm from the clinic’s own sperm bank.