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IVF & fertility treatment costs

IVF & fertility treatment costs

We pride ourselves on being transparent and honest for both your treatment and our pricing.

We understand how important the cost of treatment is when you’re considering paying privately for IVF, and we want to explain all your options as clearly as possible.

We understand how important the cost of treatment is when you’re considering paying privately for IVF, and we want to explain all your options as clearly as possible.

 

Our price promise to you

At CREATE we pride ourselves on transparency and honesty for both your treatment and our pricing.

  • Honesty – We give every patient accurate information about treatment cost and their chance of having a baby before starting treatment.
  • Transparency – We make sure that our success rates and medical approach are clearly explained in relation to all our treatment.

Find out who we are and what we do

 

Personalised treatment, individual pricing

All of our treatments are specifically tailored to your individual needs, so treatment costs are calculated on a bespoke basis. The costs listed below are a guide only so please contact us if you would like to know more.

Less drugs, reduced costs

Natural and Mild IVF require lower amounts of medication when compared to conventional high stimulation IVF treatment, this means you only pay for the medication you require which reduces the overall cost of treatment.

 

Please choose your closest CREATE Fertility clinic location for a breakdown of prices

Pre-treatment costs Pre-treatment costs
As well as Advanced Ultrasound Scanning, we offer a range of other fertility tests and procedures, including Hysteroscopy, AMH and Thyroid blood tests, HyCosy and various Genetic Tests.

Ultrasound scan & consultation

  • Advanced ultrasound scan
  • Video/phone consultation with a highly-experienced IVF consultant
  • Tailored IVF treatment plan

Personalised IVF treatment plan

from £200*

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AMH test

  • Results discussed with a clinician
  • Can be done any time in the menstrual cycle
  • Results in 24 hours

Fast Results

£135

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Semen analysis

  • Detailed report
  • Highly qualified embryologists
  • Results in 24 hours

Fast Results

£185

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*Important Information
  • Other testing services: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Consultation pricing: Our scan and consultation appointments use dynamic pricing based on clinic resource. Consultation prices vary depending on how early the baseline scan is from the date of booking. The price of a scan and consultation varies from £200 - £410. Please see on our online booking calendar for current accurate pricing. For more information on consultation pricing see our FAQs.
IVF & IUI treatment costs IVF & IUI treatment costs
We are passionate about making IVF treatment affordable to everyone. We work tirelessly to reduce the costs of treatment so that whatever your circumstances you can have the highest quality treatment.

Mild IVF

  • Excellent success rates
  • Safer for women and babies
  • More woman-friendly compared to conventional IVF

1 cycle

£3,795* Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for Screening blood tests (HIV, Hep B & C), Cycle medication (Ovarian stimulation medication, trigger medication and luteal support medication), monitoring blood tests (E2 & LH), sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Mild IVF up to and including 6 week pregnancy scan is £2,615, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £6,410.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,395) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,921. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.
  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£1,995). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,521.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,375. Read more about male factor infertility.
  • Multi-Cycles: Some patients may wish to take up our 3 cycle treatment package to give them the best chance of success in their circumstances. We explain the specific details of this during your Initial Consultation & Scan.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Natural/Natural Modified IVF

  • Recommended for women with low ovarian reserve
  • Focus on the quality of eggs and embryos
  • Delivered by Natural IVF specialists

1 cycle

£3,345*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for Screening blood tests (HIV, Hep B & C), Cycle medication where appropriate (Ovarian stimulation medication, trigger medication and luteal support medication), monitoring blood tests (E2 & LH), sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Natural Modified IVF up to and including 6 week pregnancy scan is £2,240, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £5,585
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,395) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,921. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.
  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£1,995). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,521.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,275. Read more about male factor infertility.
  • Multi-Cycles: Some patients may wish to take up our 3 cycle treatment package to give them the best chance of success in their circumstances. We explain the specific details of this during your Initial Consultation & Scan.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Reciprocal IVF

  • For same-sex female couples
  • Allows both women to be involved
  • Consultant led care

1 cycle

£7,330*

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*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), embryo freezing and storage for 2 years, frozen embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, blood tests, sedation, donor sperm and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Reciprocal IVF is £2,947, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £10,277
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Donor sperm: If you require donor sperm, this will be an additional cost. Sperm purchased through CREATE Fertility costs £1,300 per vial.
  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,395) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,921. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.
  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£1,995). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,521.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If your donor sperm requires ICSI, the cost for this will be £1,375.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Frozen embryo transfer

  • Consultant led care
  • Highly qualified embryologists
  • Simple procedure

Simple procedure

£2,395*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Frozen embryo transfer cycle includes: Treatment consultation, embryo thawing, monitoring scans, clinical advice, frozen embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are additional costs which cover medication and HFEA fees that are not included in the price stated above. The ‘estimated’ total cost of an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,936. This can vary based on individual patients requirements, an exact quote will be given at your consultation.
  • Potential future costs: Annual storage fee for any unused embryos remaining in storage (£395).
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

IUI

  • Consultant led care
  • Non-invasive
  • Simple procedure

Simple procedure

£1,150*

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*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, sperm preparation, insemination procedure, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, and donor sperm that are not included in the cycle cost in the price list. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of IUI is £1,440, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £2,590
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.

  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.
IVF with donor eggs/sperm costs IVF with donor eggs/sperm costs
We are passionate about making fertility treatment affordable to everyone. We work tirelessly to reduce the costs of treatment so that whatever your circumstances you can have the highest quality treatment.

IVF using donor eggs

  • We only use young, healthy donors
  • Excellent success rates
  • Aim to achieve 6 eggs

1 cycle

£5,600*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, blood tests, sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for IVF treatment with donor eggs up to and including 6 week pregnancy scan is £5,461, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £11,061.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.

  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,395) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,921. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.

  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£1,995). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,521.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,375. Read more about male factor infertility.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.


Mild IVF using Donor Sperm

  • We only use young, healthy donors
  • Excellent success rates
  • Includes one vial of semen 

1 cycle

£5,095*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, blood tests, sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘average’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Mild IVF with Donor Sperm up to and including 6 week pregnancy scan is £2,615, bringing the ‘average’ total treatment cost to £7,710.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,395) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,921. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.
  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£1,995). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,521.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,375. Read more about male factor infertility. The cost of donor sperm varies between banks and is payable directly to the sperm bank. You should estimate between £800 and £1,300 to purchase donor sperm (excluding courier fees). If purchasing sperm from a sperm bank, Implications counselling is recommend. If using a ‘known sperm donor’ Implications counselling is mandatory with your cycle. Implications counselling is charged directly through counsellor (£150).
  • Multi-Cycles: Some patients may wish to take up our 3 cycle treatment package to give them the best chance of success in their circumstances. We explain the specific details of this during your Virtual Consultation.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Natural IVF using Donor Sperm

  • We only use young, healthy donors
  • Excellent success rates
  • Includes one vial of semen 

1 cycle

£4,645*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, blood tests, sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Natural IVF with Donor Sperm is £1,820, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £6,465.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,395) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,921. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.
  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£1,995). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,521.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,375. Read more about male factor infertility. The cost of donor sperm varies between banks and is payable directly to the sperm bank. You should estimate between £800 and £1,300 to purchase donor sperm (excluding courier fees). If purchasing sperm from a sperm bank, Implications counselling is recommend. If using a ‘known sperm donor’ Implications counselling is mandatory with your cycle. Implications counselling is charged directly through counsellor (£150).
  • Multi-Cycles: Some patients may wish to take up our 3 cycle treatment package to give them the best chance of success in their circumstances. We explain the specific details of this during your Virtual Consultation.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.
Egg & Sperm freezing costs Egg & Sperm freezing costs
Some people are not ready for a baby but wish to preserve their fertility for the future. CREATE offer a range of fertility preservation services to help meet your needs.

Egg freezing

  • Egg freezing by vitrification
  • Simple 2 week process
  • High quality treatment

1 cycle

£3,950*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Note: We are aiming to freeze 10 - 12 eggs per cycle and a patient may need more than one cycle to be confident they have an appropriate number of eggs stored.
  • Egg Freezing package: Includes treatment consultation, monitoring scans, clinical advice, counselling session (elective), egg collection, embryology, egg freezing and 1 year’s cryostorage.
  • Required additions: There are additional costs which cover medication, screening blood tests (HIV, Hep B & C), monitoring blood tests (E2 & LH) and sedation that are not included in the price stated above. The ‘estimated’ total cost of a treatment cycle is £6,155. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.

  • Potential future costs: There is an annual storage fee to keep the frozen eggs (£395). If you decide you want to use your frozen eggs you will need ICSI (£1,375) to fertilise the eggs and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (£2,395) which includes egg thawing. The ‘estimated’ total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,921.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Sperm freezing

  • Simple process
  • Advanced fast-freezing
  • Expert fertility advice

Advanced fast-freezing

£225

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Required additions: There are additional costs which cover screening bloods and 1 year of storage fees that are not included in the price stated above. The ‘estimated’ total cost of a treatment cycle is £750. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.
Genetic testing costs Genetic testing costs
We work with the leading scientists in the field of assisted reproduction in order to bring you the most cutting-edge technologies and advanced treatment methods.

PGT–A (Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidies) set up fee

  • Used to assess embryos for chromosomal abnormalities
  • Can be used to diagnose Down Syndrome
  • Can help reduce miscarriage rates

Accurate assessment of embryos

£1,300

Find out more

PGT-M (Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Monogenic/Single-Gene Disorders) set up fee

  • Used to assess embryos for genetic diseases
  • Reduces the risk of passing on inherited disease
  • Can be used to diagnose Down Syndrome

Improve IVF success rates

£2,650

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • PGT–A set-up fee - (previously known as PGS NGS) includes embryo biopsies. You will need to pay an additional charge of £350 per every embryo you want testing. In order to deliver PGT-A you may require a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) (£2,395) and ICSI (£1,375) procedure which are additional costs. Full details and costs will be explained at your consultation.
  • Biopsy sample annual storage not included (£495)
  • Embryo freezing and storage not included (£845) for freezing and 1 year storage
  • PGT-M - (previously known as PGD) The price shown is for single gene disorders set up fee. Additional to this is a per embryo test cost of £395.
  • Biopsy sample annual storage not included (£495)
  • Embryo freezing and storage not included (£835) for freezing and 1 year storage
  • PGT-A and PGT-M are optional additional treatments to routine IVF treatment, to ensure our patients make an informed decision about whether using PGT-A or PGT-M as part of their treatment the HFEA provide further information which can be found on their website here.
Pre-treatment costs Pre-treatment costs
As well as Advanced Ultrasound Scanning, we offer a range of other fertility tests and procedures, including Hysteroscopy, AMH and Thyroid blood tests, HyCosy and various Genetic Tests.

Ultrasound scan & consultation

  • Advanced ultrasound scan
  • Video/phone consultation with a highly-experienced IVF consultant
  • Tailored IVF treatment plan

Personalised IVF treatment plan

from £200*

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AMH test

  • Results discussed with a clinician
  • Can be done any time in the menstrual cycle
  • Results in 24 hours

Fast Results

£135

Find out more

Semen analysis

  • Detailed report
  • Highly qualified embryologists
  • Results in 24 hours

Fast Results

£195

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Other testing services: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Consultation pricing: Our scan and consultation appointments use dynamic pricing based on clinic resource. Consultation prices vary depending on how early the baseline scan is from the date of booking. The price of a scan and consultation varies from £200 - £410. Please see on our online booking calendar for current accurate pricing. For more information on consultation pricing see our FAQs.
IVF & IUI treatment costs IVF & IUI treatment costs
We are passionate about making IVF treatment affordable to everyone. We work tirelessly to reduce the costs of treatment so that whatever your circumstances you can have the highest quality treatment.

Mild IVF

  • Excellent success rates
  • Safer for women and babies
  • More woman-friendly compared to conventional IVF

1 cycle

£3,895*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for Screening blood tests (HIV, Hep B & C), Cycle medication (Ovarian stimulation medication, trigger medication and luteal support medication), monitoring blood tests (E2 & LH), sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Mild IVF up to and including 6 week pregnancy scan is £2,685, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £6,580.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Potential future costs:

    If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,495) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £3,121. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.

  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£2,095). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,621.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,375. Read more about male factor infertility.
  • Multi-Cycles: Some patients may wish to take up our 3 cycle treatment package to give them the best chance of success in their circumstances. We explain the specific details of this during your Initial Consultation & Scan.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Natural/Natural Modified IVF

  • Recommended for women with low ovarian reserve
  • Focus on the quality of eggs and embryos
  • Delivered by Natural IVF specialists

1 cycle

£3,495*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for Screening blood tests (HIV, Hep B & C), Cycle medication where appropriate (Ovarian stimulation medication, trigger medication and luteal support medication), monitoring blood tests (E2 & LH), sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Natural Modified IVF up to and including 6 week pregnancy scan is £2,310, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £5,805
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,495) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £3,121. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.
  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£2,095). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,621.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,275. Read more about male factor infertility.
  • Multi-Cycles: Some patients may wish to take up our 3 cycle treatment package to give them the best chance of success in their circumstances. We explain the specific details of this during your Initial Consultation & Scan.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Reciprocal IVF

  • For same-sex female couples
  • Allows both women to be involved
  • Consultant led care

1 cycle

£7,530*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), embryo freezing and storage, frozen embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, blood tests, sedation, donor sperm and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Reciprocal IVF is £3,017, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £10,547.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.

  • Donor sperm: If you require donor sperm, this will be an additional cost. Sperm purchased through CREATE Fertility costs £1,300 per vial.
  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,495) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £3,121. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.
  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£2,095). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,621.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If your donor sperm requires ICSI, the cost for this will be £1,375.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Frozen embryo transfer

  • Consultant led care
  • Highly qualified embryologists
  • Simple procedure

Simple procedure

£2,495*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Frozen embryo transfer cycle includes: Treatment consultation, embryo thawing, monitoring scans, clinical advice, frozen embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are additional costs which cover medication and HFEA fees that are not included in the price stated above. The ‘estimated’ total cost of an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £3,021. This can vary based on individual patients requirements, an exact quote will be given at your consultation.
  • Potential future costs: Annual storage fee for any unused embryos remaining in storage (£395).
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

IUI

  • Consultant led care
  • Non-invasive
  • Simple procedure

Simple procedure

£1,150*

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*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, sperm preparation, insemination procedure, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, and donor sperm that are not included in the cycle cost in the price list. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of IUI is £1,440, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £2,590.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.

  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.
IVF with donor eggs/sperm costs IVF with donor eggs/sperm costs
We are passionate about making fertility treatment affordable to everyone. We work tirelessly to reduce the costs of treatment so that whatever your circumstances you can have the highest quality treatment.

IVF using donor eggs

  • We only use young, healthy donors
  • Excellent success rates
  • Aim to achieve 6 eggs

1 cycle

£5,950*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, blood tests, sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for IVF treatment with donor eggs up to and including 6 week pregnancy scan is £5,481, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £11,431. 
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.

  • Potential future costs:

    If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,495) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £3,121. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.

  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£2,095). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,621.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,375. Read more about male factor infertility.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.


Mild IVF using Donor Sperm

  • We only use young, healthy donors
  • Excellent success rates
  • Includes one vial of semen 

1 cycle

£5,195*

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*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, blood tests, sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘average’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Mild IVF with Donor Sperm up to and including 6 week pregnancy scan is £2,685, bringing the ‘average’ total treatment cost to £7,880.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,495) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £3,121. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.
  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£2,095). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,621.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Donor sperm/male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,375. Read more about male factor infertility. If using donor sperm from an external sperm bank – Be aware that you will likely need ICSI. The cost of donor sperm varies between banks and is payable directly to the sperm bank. You should estimate between £800 and £1,300 to purchase donor sperm (excluding courier fees). If purchasing sperm from a sperm bank, Implications counselling is recommend. If using a ‘known sperm donor’ Implications counselling is mandatory with your cycle. Implications counselling is charged directly through counsellor (£130).
  • Multi-Cycles: Some patients may wish to take up our 3 cycle treatment package to give them the best chance of success in their circumstances. We explain the specific details of this during your Virtual Consultation.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Natural IVF using Donor Sperm

  • We only use young, healthy donors
  • Excellent success rates
  • Includes one vial of semen 

1 cycle

£4,795*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Cycle package: Our cycle package includes monitoring scans, clinical advice, treatment plan consultation, egg collection, 1 ampule of donor sperm, embryology, blastocyst culture (if appropriate), fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy test, early pregnancy scan and follow up consultation.
  • Required additions: There are also a number of additional costs that need to be added to your treatment. These are for medication, blood tests, sedation and HFEA fees that are not included in the cycle price. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. The ‘estimated’ total cost of additional items for a cycle of Natural IVF with Donor Sperm is £1,890, bringing the ‘estimated’ total treatment cost to £6,685.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.
  • Potential future costs: If you have additional embryos after your embryo transfer procedure, you will be given the option to freeze them to be used at a later date. This will be an additional cost of £1,140 which includes 2 years of storage. There is an annual storage fee after package storage has finished to keep frozen embryos stored (£395). To use frozen embryos you will need a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure (£2,495) which includes embryo thawing. The estimated total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £3,121. Once your treatment cycle is concluded if you require further medication scans or services as discussed with you clinician, these services are chargeable. Full details will be given to allow you to make an informed decision.
  • Elective freeze cycle - ‘Freeze All’: In specific cases there may be a medical need to freeze embryos called a ‘freeze all’, bringing an end to the cycle at egg collection. In these circumstances you may require, embryo freezing and cryostorage (£1,140) and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedure. In this case, the FET cycle is discounted by £400 to (£2,095). The estimated total cost of a discounted FET cycle, including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,621.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a Treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Donor sperm/male factor: If you have a fertility issue due to a male factor, you may require additional support and treatments such as ICSI. The cost for this is £1,275. Read more about male factor infertility. The cost of donor sperm varies between banks and is payable directly to the sperm bank. You should estimate between £800 and £1,300 to purchase donor sperm (excluding courier fees). If purchasing sperm from a sperm bank, Implications counselling is recommend. If using a ‘known sperm donor’ Implications counselling is mandatory with your cycle. Implications counselling is charged directly through counsellor (£150).
  • Multi-Cycles: Some patients may wish to take up our 3 cycle treatment package to give them the best chance of success in their circumstances. We explain the specific details of this during your Virtual Consultation.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.
Egg & Sperm freezing costs Egg & Sperm freezing costs
Some people are not ready for a baby but wish to preserve their fertility for the future. CREATE offer a range of fertility preservation services to help meet your needs.

Egg freezing

  • Egg freezing by vitrification
  • Simple 2 week process
  • High quality treatment

1 cycle

£4,005*

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Note: We are aiming to freeze 10 - 12 eggs per cycle and a patient may need more than one cycle to be confident they have an appropriate number of eggs stored.
  • Egg Freezing package: Includes treatment consultation, monitoring scans, clinical advice, counselling session (elective), egg collection, embryology, egg freezing and 1 year’s cryostorage.
  • Required additions: There are additional costs which cover medication, screening blood tests (HIV, Hep B & C), monitoring blood tests (E2 & LH) and sedation that are not included in the price stated above. The ‘estimated’ total cost of a treatment cycle is £6,240.
  • Pre-treatment costs: In some circumstances patients may require further exploration and fertility tests such as Hysteroscopy (£2,100), HyCosy (£495), Thyroid blood tests (£55) or other Genetic Tests such as Karyotype (£295), Y Deletions (£195) or Cystic Fibrosis (£295). These will be an additional cost, exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs. Please download our price guide for more information.

  • Potential future costs: There is an annual storage fee to keep the frozen eggs (£395). If you decide you want to use your frozen eggs you will need ICSI (£1,375) to fertilise the eggs and a Frozen Embryo Transfer (£2,495) which includes egg thawing. The ‘estimated’ total cost for an FET cycle including medication up to 12 weeks is £2,621.
  • Abandoned cycles: In the event that a treatment cycle is abandoned prior to egg collection/embryo transfer for medical reasons, a Cancellation Fee will be incurred of £250 per monitor scan that has been completed. Medication used will need to be repurchased in order to allow you to commence a new cycle when appropriate.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.

Sperm freezing

  • Simple process
  • Advanced fast-freezing
  • Expert fertility advice

Advanced fast-freezing

£225

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • Required additions: There are additional costs which cover screening bloods and 1 year of storage fees that are not included in the price stated above. The ‘estimated’ total cost of a treatment cycle is £750. Exact costs will be discussed at consultation based on patients’ individual needs.
  • Terms and conditions apply: View terms and conditions.
Genetic testing costs Genetic testing costs
We work with the leading scientists in the field of assisted reproduction in order to bring you the most cutting-edge technologies and advanced treatment methods.

PGT–A (Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidies) set up fee

  • Used to assess embryos for chromosomal abnormalities
  • Can be used to diagnose Down Syndrome
  • Can help reduce miscarriage rates

Accurate assessment of embryos

£1,300

Find out more

PGT-M (Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Monogenic/Single-Gene Disorders) set up fee

  • Used to assess embryos for genetic diseases
  • Reduces the risk of passing on inherited disease
  • Can be used to diagnose Down Syndrome

Improve IVF success rates

£2,650

Find out more

 

*Important Information
  • PGT–A set-up fee - (previously known as PGS NGS) includes embryo biopsies. You will need to pay an additional charge of £350 per every embryo you want testing. In order to deliver PGT-A you may require a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) (£2,495) and ICSI (£1,375) procedure which are additional costs. Full details and costs will be explained at your consultation.
  • Biopsy sample annual storage not included (£495)
  • Embryo freezing and storage not included (£845) for freezing and 1 year storage
  • PGT-M - (previously known as PGD) The price shown is for single gene disorders set up fee. Additional to this is a per embryo test cost of £350.
  • Biopsy sample annual storage not included (£495)
  • Embryo freezing and storage not included (£845) for freezing and 1 year storage
  • PGT-A and PGT-M are optional additional treatments to routine IVF treatment, to ensure our patients make an informed decision about whether using PGT-A or PGT-M as part of their treatment the HFEA provide further information which can be found on their website here.

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We want to make growing your family less stressful and more manageable, that's why our price guide gives you simple and clear pricing information.

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Your funding options

Cost is one of the biggest implications of private fertility treatment, we aim to make our treatments accessible for all so that's why we offer different funding options to help growing your family less stressful.

0% interest
over 12 months

  • Spread the cost to make treatment more affordable with our payment plans
  • Reduce the financial burden
  • 12 and 24 month plans available

3 cycle
packages

  • 3 and 6 cycle packages
  • Better value for patients who require more than one cycle
  • Can offer better success rates in some patient circumstances
NHS
  • Funding available for patients eligible for treatment on the NHS
  • Ask your doctor for a referral if you fit the NHS criteria
  • Enjoy the benefits of our state-of-the-art private clinics

Join our next
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event

July 23rd 2024

Hosted by our Medical Director, Professor Geeta Nargund our webinar will provide insight into:

What’s involved in the IVF and Egg Freezing process
The benefits of Mild and Natural IVF
The scientific research behind our less drug intensive approach to IVF
What to expect in our Initial Scan and Consultation
Live question & answer session with a lead Fertility Doctor

ADDED BONUS*
Everyone who attends our webinar will receive £50 off booking the Advanced Ultrasound Scan & Virtual Consultation.

 

Frequently asked questions

Why can’t you get an exact online quote for my treatment?

Each patient is different and so is their treatment. At CREATE Fertility, we tailor treatment to you in every area, from number of bloods tests, level of medication and frequency of scans. This personal approach means you only get the treatment we believe you need to give you the best chance.

Are there extra charges I need to know about?

We are always transparent and honest about pricing at every stage of your treatment journey.  At your initial consultation we give a detailed price estimate for the treatment we recommend.  Depending on how your treatment progresses, there may be a need to review protocols based on your circumstances and in order to maintain the optimal chance for success there may need to be additional medication or scans. Any modification to your journey will be discussed in detail before anything is actioned. You will be fully aware of any potential costs.

Why is the Natural/Natural Modified IVF price less than Mild IVF?

Mild Cycle IVF requires more stimulation medication which increases to the overall cost. A point to remember when comparing, Mild IVF uses significantly less medication than some conventional high stimulation protocols and so is a lower cost.

How do I pay? Can I pay by instalments?

We accept bank transfers and all major cards (except AMEX), but cannot accept cash in clinic. We also have finance options available for 12, 24 or 36 months with 0% available over a 12 month period.

Why do prices vary between clinics?

We are one of the UK’s largest national providers of specialist fertility care, with clinics in many major cities across the country. We work hard to make sure our pricing is the very best value for money in each local area. This has enabled us to share savings with patients on the cost of treatment.

How do I find out exactly what my required additional costs will be?

All of our patients have individual treatment plans drawn up after an Initial Consultation. This means that the exact amount for each patient will vary depending on their treatment and circumstances. We have split these out in more detail below, but for an exact breakdown, you will need to have an Initial Consultation. Additional costs could include:

  • HFEA fee (£80 mandatory per cycle for all patients at all clinics)
  • Medication (varies depending on your individual requirement)
  • Blood tests (additional tests may be required throughout your treatment)
  • Sedation (required for each egg collection)

Read all our pricing FAQs