IVF Unlimited Programme

Undergoing IVF can be a stressful time both personally and financially. The IVF Unlimited programme helps to take away some of the uncertainty by offering fixed price treatment with a money back guarantee.

What is the IVF Unlimited Programme?

The IVF Unlimited programme is a one-of-a-kind funding plan that provides unlimited IVF (in vitro fertilisation)  or ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) treatment cycles over a two-year period, with a 100% refund if you don’t have a baby.

The IVF Unlimited programme provides significant savings if you need IVF treatment compared to paying for each treatment cycle individually. 

The programme can also include ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection), which also enhances the chances of success for some, as well as unlimited frozen embryo transfers over the same period.

The IVF Unlimited programme extends a 100% refund if you do not have a baby. 

Who is eligible for the IVF Unlimited Programme?

A broad spectrum of patients will be eligible to access the IVF Unlimited programme. To be eligible, you must:

  • Be under 38 years old
  • Use your own eggs
  • Undergo a medical review 

We will never ask you to undertake any additional, unnecessary reviews or tests as part of the IVF Unlimited programme.

Other plans are available for patients not suitable for the IVF Unlimited programme, also offered with the help of Access Fertility: IVF Refund, Donor Egg IVF Refund, and IVF Multi-Cycle. 

What else is involved in the IVF Unlimited programme?

Our CAREmaps time-lapse embryo imaging cannot be found in any other clinic, and the cost of blastocyst culture is included in the fee, whereas usually it would be an additional cost.

Cycle monitoring in treatment

  • Appointments during monitoring
  • Blood work (E2, P4, LH)
  • Cycle management
  • Follow-up consultation post fresh cycle
  • HFEA fee
  • Ultrasound(s)

Egg collection

  • Follicular puncture for egg retrieval
  • Ultrasound guidance for aspiration of ova

IVF laboratory

  • Embryo preparation for transfer
  • Fertilisation and culture of embryo(s)
  • Sperm preparation
  • Time Lapse technology

Embryo transfer

  • Blastocyst culture
  • Ultrasound guidance of embryo transfer
  • One pregnancy ultrasound scan at six to seven weeks

Freezing and storage

  • Embryo freezing and one-year storage


  • CAREmaps time-lapse technology

Normal cost: £775 | Cost on programme: Free

We were the first UK clinic to introduce time lapse embryo imaging to monitor development of IVF embryos and work out which are likely to have a higher chance of a live birth. CAREmaps is our own, unique time-lapse technique that uses algorithms developed by our scientists, and that aren’t available to other clinics, to aid our embryo selection process.

  • Blastocyst culture

Normal cost: £425–495 | Cost on programme: Free

A blastocyst culture would normally cost extra but on the IVF Unlimited plan it’s included in the price. Part of the embryo transfer process, it involves developing an embryo in the lab for longer (five or six days) than in a standard IVF cycle (two or three days). The result is a potentially higher likelihood of a live birth.

Frequently asked questions

All CARE Fertility clinics based in the UK offer the IVF Unlimited programme, making access to fertility treatment easier and more convenient than ever before. Find your nearest CARE Fertility clinic, from London to Lancaster, to see how easily you can access life-changing treatment. 

Yes, you will need to have a medical review to qualify. The process helps us understand which of our 50%, 70% or 100% treatment programmes would be recommended for you.

You’ll come to your local CARE Fertility clinic where we’ll do some investigatory tests. We then send that to Access Fertility, with your permission, and within two weeks they’ll assess your test results and look at any previous treatment you’ve had. 

The IVF Unlimited programme is compatible with pre-implantation genetic screening (PGS), just as it is on our other Access Fertility plans. If you’ve had failed treatments, it could be that a chromosomal problem is the cause. PGS screens embryos’ chromosomes to help in selecting those that have the best chance of success.

If you’ve suffered a miscarriage before, are over 35, or have had unsuccessful treatment before, PGS might be a good idea. It’s thought that more than half of eggs have chromosomal problems, so screening for any issues before implantation can be very beneficial to success. 

Find out more

Call our new patient enquiry team to find out more information about the IVF Unlimited programme on 0800 564 2270

We also offer several other Access Fertility funding options: