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Timed sexual intercourse and ovulation induction

Timed sexual intercourse (TSI) is an option if you have a good chance of conceiving but just need a little help. 

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Timed sexual intercourse involves stimulating and monitoring your cycle so you can have intercourse around the time you have the greatest chance of becoming pregnant. Ovulation induction is when we give you a hormonal injection to stimulate your ovulation as part of this process.

Is TSI for me?

We offer timed sexual intercourse to couples when the sperm analysis is normal, there is no significant ovarian dysfunction and we do not suspect any obstruction in your fallopian tubes.

Natural TSI

We can provide TSI treatment without stimulation medication. You will simply have monitoring scans and we will let you know when you are likely to be ovulating so you can have intercourse. This might also be complimented with the use of home ovulation tests.

What does TSI cost?

Timed-sexual intercourse usually costs £660.

There may be additional costs for any aspects of the treatment that need to be tailored specifically to you, such as using medication. Read more here.

What does TSI involve?

Stimulation and monitoring

TSI cycles begin with you taking tablets, and or hormonal injections, to help your body develop 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 and reduce the risk of multiple pregnancy.

Fertilisation

When your body is ready, you may be given ‘trigger’ medication that causes you to be ready to ovulate. You will then need to have sexual intercourse 24 to 48 hours later when your body is at its most fertile.

Loyalty programme

If your fertility treatment doesn't work first time we'll give you 10% off your next cycle.

Our loyalty programme has been developed to help support you by reducing costs in the event that you need to have more than one fertility treatment cycle.

Terms and conditions apply. Read more here.