In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) is a popular treatment for people who are unable to conceive naturally. One in seven couples may have difficulty in conceiving and there are common causes for both female and male infertility.
IVF involves collecting an egg from a woman’s ovaries and fertilising it manually with sperm in a lab.
If fertilisation is successful the embryo is then returned to the woman’s womb to continue as a normal pregnancy.
IVF can be carried out using your own eggs and sperm, or those from a donor.
Our approach to IVF
Our patients are at the heart of everything we do. Our IVF clinic – just 15 minutes from central London - has been designed to minimise the stress that often accompanies fertility treatment.
We listen to your needs and work with you to put together a treatment plan that will give you the best chance of conceiving.
We don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach and our tailored treatment packages mean that we will carefully consider all the IVF treatment options including those which use fewer or no drugs at all such as natural IVF and mild stimulation IVF as well as conventional IVF.
What are the stages involved in the IVF process?
IVF Success rates
With more than 35 years’ experience we’ve delivered more than 5,300 babies. Being a leader in research enables us to provide the best possible clinical outcomes for all our IVF patients.
Thank you to all the doctors, nurses and embryologists for their hard work and bringing us our beautiful healthy son. He brings us so much joy every single day and it has been beyond what we could wish for.
Hi King's Fertility, I hope you are well. My partner and I wanted to let you know that our beautiful daughter was born on the 6th June and is doing really well. We are absolutely in love with her and wanted to say a HUGE THANK YOU to Dr Imrie, Dr Sarris and the wonderful team at Kings Fertility for everything you did to bring her into the world.
Good morning King's Fertility, Our baby girl (still nameless) was born yesterday at 2.20pm at Kingston, at a chunky 8.5 pounds! All is well. Another huge thanks to you and your team and to the very thorough Mr Sarris, who we will never forget.
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IVF costs from £3,500 plus medication
The cost of IVF treatment will depend on your circumstances. During your first consultation our fertility experts will work with you to outline a tailored treatment plan.
We are committed to ensuring our services are priced fairly and transparently, with no hidden costs involved.
Fertility treatment is generally very safe and most who have it experience no problems with their health or pregnancy. However, there are some risks to be aware of, which include:
- Having a multiple pregnancy or birth (twins, triplets or more)
- Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (a severe reaction to fertility drugs)
- Having an ectopic pregnancy
- Possible birth defects (these are rare and research is still ongoing)