- ICSI and IMSI
- Egg donation
- Egg thawing
- Time-lapse imaging
- Frozen embryo transfer
- Timed sexual intercourse
- Recurrent miscarriage clinic
- Egg freezing
- Embryo freezing
- Donor insemination
- Semen freezing
- Genetic testing
- Blastocyst transfer
- Intralipid infusion
- Endometrial scratching
- Laser-assisted hatching
- PESA / TESA
- Vasectomy reversal
- International patients
- Treating patients with hepatitis
- Fertility treatment for cancer patients
- Storage of eggs, embryos and semen
- Same sex families
- Single parent families
- Fertility treatment pathway
We offer egg freezing by vitrification, the most advanced freezing method currently available. The rapid freezing process suppresses the formation of ice crystals, which means eggs have a much greater chance of surviving the freezing and thawing process.
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Is egg freezing for me?
If you are not ready to have a baby now, but wish to preserve your young, more fertile eggs so you have the option to try for a baby in the future, egg freezing may be a good option for you.
What does egg freezing cost?
Egg freezing usually costs £3,200.
There are additional costs for aspects of the treatment that need to be tailored specifically to you, such as medication. Read more here.
What does egg freezing involve?
Stimulation and monitoring
IVF cycles begin with you taking hormonal injections to help your body develop a relatively high number of mature eggs during your menstrual cycle. Monitoring scans and blood tests are carried out throughout your cycle so we can track how your body is responding.
When your body is ready, you will be given ‘trigger’ medication that causes you to ovulate. Your mature eggs will be collected at our London Fertility centre theatre suite during a short procedure called ‘egg collection’.
Your eggs will be frozen through vitrification and then stored in nitrogen in our cryogenic bank until you are ready to use them in the future.
Receive 10% off your second cycle
Our loyalty programme is designed to help reduce costs in the event that you choose to have a second cycle.
Some people have more than one cycle as this allows you to freeze a higher number of eggs or embryos and may improve your chances of having a baby in the future.
Terms and condtions apply. Read more here.