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- Intralipid infusion
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Intralipid infusion therapy can help to stabilise your immune system and increase your chances of a having a baby.
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The therapy is provided up to three times during your fertility treatment cycle: before you start, during your hormonal stimulation and after a positive pregnancy test.
The mix of soyabean oil, egg yolk, glycerin and water is given via a intravenous drip directly into the bloodstream. It supplies your body with essential fatty acids that cannot be made by the body but are required for many biological functions, including reproduction.
The infusion therapy is carried out by a a trained member of our nursing team. You will sit in a comfortable chair to receive the treatment and the whole process takes approximately one to one-and-a-half hours.
Is intralipid infusion right for me?
If this is the first time you are having fertility treatment you have the option of including intralipid as part of your treatment. It is safe, non-invasive and may help to increase your chance of success.
If you have previously had a failed fertility treatment cycle, we will recommend intralipid infusion as a standard part of your treatment to help try to increase your chance of a successful outcome.
How much does intralipid infusion cost?
The cost for one intralipid infusion is £300.