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Care Fertility Manchester Fee Schedule

This will give an indicative costs for various treatments available in our Manchester Clinic.

Pre-treatment

Consultation

Your consultation will be booked for 45 minutes and your consultant will review your medical history and the results of your fertility investigations. At the end of the consultation, they will recommended an individualised treatment plan or recommend additional tests. If you do need extra tests there will be additional cost and your consultant may not be able to provide a full treatment plan until the test results are known.

Treatment consultation
£249
Pre-Consultation Cancellation Policy

You may cancel your appointment any time before the 14 day cancellation period ends. Once we have provided the services you cannot change your mind, even if this is within 14 days of the date of confirmation of your appointment. If you cancel your appointment before the cancellation period ends, then we will refund any fees paid in full in relation to your consultation. If you cancel your appointment after the cancellation period ends, then we will still refund you in full provided you give us 48hrs notice prior to the date of your consultation. If you do not attend your appointment without giving notice of cancellation then we will not refund any fees paid in relation to your consultation. If you have completed pre-consultation tests, but choose not to attend your consultation, we will provide you with a copy of those test results and will refund any consultation fees in line with our cancellation policy, but you will not be eligible for a refund for cost of the test services provided. Further information is available on our website and in our terms and conditions which are provided at the time of booking.

Recommended screening

If you have had an AMH test or scan within the last six months, or a diagnostic semen analysis test within the last 18 months, you can share the results with your clinic, as these tests won’t usually need to be repeated.

If you are providing sperm for treatment
Diagnostic Semen Analysis
£175
If you are providing eggs for treatment and/or having embryo transfer
Detailed pre-treatment scan – including antral follicle count
£155
Detailed 3D pre-treatment scan – including antral follicle count
£220
Anti-Mullerian Hormone level blood test
£140
Thyroid stimulating hormone blood test (optional)
£66
Vitamin D level blood test (optional)
£78

Treatment costs

The tables below set out the likely typical cost of treatments provided by Care.

Intrauterine insemination with partner or donated sperm:

IUI treatment
£1,250

Treatment cost covers; nurse planning; monitoring scans; sperm preparation; insemination; pregnancy scan or post treatment review appointment; counselling support. The cost of donor sperm is not included. See below for information on the costs of buying sperm from the Care bank or transferring sperm bought from a Care partner sperm bank to your chosen Care clinic.

Estimated drugs costs in a medicated or stimulated cycle

50% of our patients pay less than £40 for their drugs in an IUI cycle

For the remaining 50%, the typical cost of medication is £375, which includes rare situations where a patient requires medication costing up to £771. The type of cycle we recommend for you will depend on your medical history and the results of tests carried out as part of your pre-treatment planning.

HFEA fee
£38

Only applicable if using donated sperm

Care Value IVF Package

This treatment plan offers the essential core elements of fertility treatment at an accessible price (subject to eligibility criteria).

Pre treatment assessment package
£570

To check your eligibility, this Includes AMH blood test, semen analysis or advice on sourcing and using donor sperm, pelvic ultrasound scan, plus a consultation with one of our advanced nurse practitioners.

Care Value IVF
£2,995

The Value package includes a nurse led consultation and planning appointment with a fertility nurse specialist, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, embryo creation and ‘do not disturb’ embryo culture, fresh embryo transfer and freezing of any surplus embryos created. This cost includes medication, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

The cost of ongoing storage is not included and is charged separately.

Care Value IVF with ICSI
£3,995
HFEA fee with embryo transfer
£85

IVF - Care Classic

IVF with fresh embryo transfer
£3,555

The cost covers nurse planning with one of our fertility specialists; monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, embryo creation, culture and fresh embryo transfer; pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

IVF with elective freeze of all embryos
£4,195

The cost covers nurse planning with one of our fertility specialists; monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, embryo creation and culture, freezing of all embryos, one year's storage of embryos and counselling support. The cost of frozen embryo transfer is not included.

Estimated drug costs

Our medication is tailored to each patient based on their medical history and blood test results. 73% of our patients have a treatment plan with drug costs between £935 and £1911. Some patients – usually those over 35 – need extra medication. It’s challenging to estimate likely medication costs, but they can range from £935 to £2595. Please be reassured that we will tell you the exact cost of the drugs we recommend before you decide to start treatment.

When treatment with a fresh embryo transfer leads to pregnancy, we prescribe a medication known as “luteal support “up to the 7th week of pregnancy. The typical additional cost of luteal support medication is £112.

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
£1,395
ICSI is required if the results the diagnostic semen analysis or previous history indicate it is needed
IVF using own frozen eggs
£3,910

The cost includes nurse consultation, monitoring scans, thawing of eggs, sperm preparation, ICSI, embryo culture, embryo transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

Estimated drug costs

Patients having a transfer with embryos created using frozen eggs are typically prescribed drugs costing between £150 and £410 to prepare their uterus for embryo transfer.  When treatment is successful, we prescribe medication up to the 10th week of pregnancy.  The cost of this medication is £225.

Our research shows that 33% of our patients do not absorb enough progesterone medication from pessaries.  In these patients, we recommend injectable progesterone as “rescue luteal support” up to the pregnancy test and then up to 10 weeks of pregnancy.  The cost of this medication is up to £795.   

HFEA fee with embryo transfer
£85

Care Enhanced IVF Package

This treatment plan gives you the opportunity to create a bank of embryos of the best quality possible in a short timeframe for your future treatment, minimising the impact of age on egg and embryo quality.

2 Cycle Enhanced IVF Package
£14,995

The 2 Cycle Enhanced IVF package includes a nurse planning session with one of our fertility specialists, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, embryo creation and culture, PGT-A, CareMaps, freezing of all embryos, one year's storage of embryos and counselling support in each banking cycle. The package also includes one frozen embryo transfer which consists of thawing, culture and transfer of an embryo, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment.

2 Cycle Enhanced IVF package - including Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
£17,110

ICSI is required if the results of the diagnostic semen analysis or previous treatment history indicate it is needed

3 Cycle Enhanced IVF Package
£18,670

The costs covered for each IVF cycle are a nurse planning with one of our fertility specialists, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, embryo creation and culture, PGT-A, CareMaps, freezing of all embryos, one year's storage of embryos and counselling support. This also includes one frozen embryo transfer which consists of embryo thawing, culture and transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

3 Cycle Enhanced IVF package - including Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
£20,750

ICSI is required if the results of the diagnostic semen analysis or previous treatment history indicate it is needed

Estimated drug costs

Our medication is tailored to each patient based on their medical history and blood test results. 73% of our patients have a treatment plan with drug costs between £935 and £1911 for each IVF cycle. Some patients – usually those over 35 – need extra medication. It’s challenging to estimate likely medication costs, but they can range from £935 to £2595. Please be reassured that we will tell you the exact cost of the drugs we recommend before you decide to start treatment.

Patients having transferred frozen embryos are typically prescribed drugs costing between £150 and £410 to prepare their uterus for embryo transfer. When treatment is successful, we prescribe medication up to the 10th week of pregnancy. The cost of this medication is £225.

Our research shows that 33% of our patients do not absorb enough progesterone medication from pessaries. In these patients, we recommend injectable progesterone as “rescue luteal support” up to the pregnancy test and then up to 10 weeks of pregnancy. The cost of this medication is up to £795.

HFEA fee with embryo transfer
£85

Care Advanced IVF Package

This treatment plan gives you the opportunity to create a bank of embryos of the best quality possible in a short timeframe for your future treatment, minimising the impact of age on egg and embryo quality. The package also includes an endometrial health assessment and an assay to identify your personalised window of implantation, to optimise your frozen embryo transfer.

2 Cycle Advanced IVF package
£15,995

The 2 Cycle Advanced IVF package includes a nurse planning session with one of our fertility specialists, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, embryo creation and culture, PGT-A, CareMaps, freezing of all embryos, one year's storage of embryos, counselling support in each banking cycle. The package also includes one endometrial receptivity assay (ERA) and one frozen embryo transfer which consists of embryo thawing, culture and transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment.

2 Cycle Advanced IVF package - including Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
£18,150

ICSI is required if the results of the diagnostic semen analysis or previous treatment history indicate it is needed

3 Cycle Advanced IVF package
£19,710

The costs covered for each IVF cycle are a nurse planning with one of our fertility specialists, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, embryo creation and culture, PGT-A, CareMaps, freezing of all embryos, one year's storage of embryos, counselling support and one ERA. This also includes one frozen embryo transfer which consists of embryo thawing, culture and transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

3 Cycle Advanced IVF package - including Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
£21,790

ICSI is required if the results of the diagnostic semen analysis or previous treatment history indicate it is needed

Estimated drug costs

Our medication is tailored to each patient based on their medical history and blood test results. 73% of our patients have a treatment plan with drug costs between £935 and £1911 for each IVF cycle. Some patients – usually those over 35 – need extra medication. It’s challenging to estimate likely medication costs, but they can range from £935 to £2595. Please be reassured that we will tell you the exact cost of the drugs we recommend before you decide to start treatment.

Patients having transferred frozen embryos are typically prescribed drugs costing between £150 and £410 to prepare their uterus for embryo transfer. When treatment is successful, we prescribe medication up to the 10th week of pregnancy. The cost of this medication is £225.

Our research shows that 33% of our patients do not absorb enough progesterone medication from pessaries. In these patients, we recommend injectable progesterone as “rescue luteal support” up to the pregnancy test and then up to 10 weeks of pregnancy. The cost of this medication is up to £795.

HFEA fee with embryo transfer
£85
ERA Refund
-200

If at the end of your treatment package you do not proceed to your endometrial assessment, you will be refunded:

DuoStim

This treatment includes two rounds of ovarian stimulation, two egg retrievals and creation and freezing of all embryos in the same menstrual cycle followed by a single frozen embryo transfer.
£10,350

The cost covers nurse planning with one of our fertility specialists; monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, embryo creation and culture, freezing of all embryos from both cycles and storage for one year, a single frozen embryo transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

The cost of medication and ICSI (if required) is not included. All treatment incurs a fee payable to the HFEA and this fee is not included in the package cost.

Estimated drug costs

Ovarian stimulation – costs in each cycleOur medication is tailored to each patient based on their medical history and blood test results. 73% of our patients have a treatment plan with drug costs between £935 and £1911 per cycle. Some patients – usually those over 35 – need extra medication. It’s challenging to estimate likely medication costs, but they can range from £935 to £2595. Please be reassured that we will tell you the exact cost of the drugs we recommend before you decide to start treatment.

Frozen embryo transfer medication costs

Patients having transferred frozen embryos are typically prescribed drugs costing between £150 and £410 to prepare their uterus for embryo transfer. Patients having transferred frozen embryos are typically prescribed drugs costing between £150 and £410 to prepare their uterus for embryo transfer. When treatment leads to pregnancy, we prescribe a medication known as luteal support. The typical additional cost of luteal support medication is £225.

Our research shows that 33% of our patients do not absorb enough progesterone medication from pessaries. In these patients, we recommend injectable progesterone as “rescue luteal support”. The cost of this medication is up to £795.

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
£1,395

ICSI is required if the results of the diagnostic semen analysis or previous treatment history indicate it is needed

HFEA fee with embryo transfer
£85

Treatment with donated eggs

IVF with donated eggs

The cost includes a consultation with a donation expert, nurse planning, scans, in-treatment blood tests, sperm preparation, your chosen donated eggs, embryo creation (including ICSI where frozen eggs are used), culture and fresh embryo transfer; pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

We charge a £1,050 fee to secure the allocation of your chosen eggs and their transfer to your treating Care clinic. We only guarantee the availability your selected eggs for 3 months and if they are not used in treatment within that time, they may not be available. The fee is non-refundable but can be used against any future treatment.

With fresh donated eggs
£12,430

If there are fewer than nine eggs in a fresh donation cycle, then a refund of £3000 will be given

a set of 6 frozen donated eggs from the Care egg bank
£8,580

We require a part payment of £1,050 of your treatment fee to secure the allocation of your chosen eggs and their transfer to your treating Care clinic. We only guarantee the availability your selected eggs for 3 months and if they are not used in treatment within that time, they may not be available. The part payment is non-refundable but can be used against any future treatment.

a set of 9 frozen donated eggs from the Care egg bank
£11,385

We require a part payment of £1,050 of your treatment fee to secure the allocation of your chosen eggs and their transfer to your treating Care clinic. We only guarantee the availability your selected eggs for 3 months and if they are not used in treatment within that time, they may not be available. The part payment is non-refundable but can be used against any future treatment.

eggs from a known donor
£7,610

This fee excludes the cost of the donor’s initial consultation, pre-consultation screening tests, drugs and infectious screening.Estimated drug costs for the known donor’s ovarian stimulation:Our medication is tailored to each donor based on their medical history and blood test results. 73% of our patients have a treatment plan with drug costs between £935 and £1911. Some donors – usually those over 35 – need extra medication. It’s challenging to estimate likely medication costs, but they can range from £935 to £2595. Please be reassured that we will tell you the exact cost of the drugs we recommend before you decide to start treatment.

Infectious and genetic screening for your known donor
£1,409

The law requires all clinics to perform infectious and genetic screening for an egg donor. Screening is required initially and in every cycle of stimulation.

Registration fee
£545

We charge a one-off, non-refundable fee to cover the time we invest in working with you to identify a suitable donor

Drugs costs

Patients having a transfer of embryos created with donated eggs are typically prescribed drugs costing between £150 and £410 to prepare their uterus for embryo transfer. When treatment leads to pregnancy, we prescribe a medication known as luteal support. The typical additional cost of luteal support medication is £225.

Our research has shown that 33% of our patients do not absorb enough progesterone medication from pessaries. In these patients, we recommend injectable progesterone as “rescue luteal support”. The cost of this medication is up to £795.

HFEA fee
£85

Shared Motherhood/Parenthood

Shared Motherhood/Parenthood
£4,655

The treatment cost includes a consultation with a donation expert, implications counselling, specialist guidance on parenthood consent, nurse planning, monitoring scans for the partner providing eggs and the partner having embryo transfer; in-treatment blood tests, donor sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anesthetic, embryo creation, culture and transfer, pregnancy scan, post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

Shared Motherhood/Parenthood - Elective Freeze All
£4,655

The treatment cost includes a consultation with a donation expert, implications counselling, specialist guidance on parenthood consent, nurse planning, and monitoring scans for the partner providing eggs; in-treatment blood tests, donor sperm preparation, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anesthetic, embryo creation, culture and freezing of all embryos, one year's storage of embryos and counselling support. The cost of frozen embryo transfer is not included.

Shared Motherhood Using Own Frozen Eggs
£4,655

The treatment cost includes a consultation with a donation expert, specialist guidance on parenthood consent, nurse planning, monitoring scans for the partner having embryo transfer, thawing of eggs, donor sperm preparation, ICSI, embryo culture, fresh embryo transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support. The cost of any further frozen embryo transfer is NOT included.

Infectious screening for the egg provider
£223

The law requires all clinics to perform infectious screening for the egg provider in a shared motherhood treatment. This screening is needed in every cycle of stimulation. If you compare costs between clinics, we encourage you to factor this screening into your comparison.

Drugs costs

It is challenging to estimate likely medication costs, but they can range from £1,061 to £1,746. 76% of patients providing eggs for shared motherhood treatment have a treatment plan with drugs costing between £1061 to £1404. Please be reassured that we will tell you the exact cost of the medicines we recommend before you decide to start treatment.

Patients having a transfer of embryos created using their partner’s eggs are typically prescribed drugs costing between £150 and £410 to prepare their uterus for embryo transfer. When treatment is successful, we prescribe additional medication up to the 10th week of pregnancy. The cost of this further luteal support medication is £225.

Our research has shown that 33% of our patients do not absorb enough progesterone medication from pessaries. In these patients, we recommend injectable progesterone as “rescue luteal support” up to the pregnancy test and then up to 10 weeks of pregnancy. The cost of this medication is up to £795.

HFEA fee
£85
Frozen embryo transfer (FET) - intended Shared Motherhood/Parenthood Cycle
£2,750

The cost includes nurse planning, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, embryo thawing, culture and transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

Frozen embryo transfer (FET) - intra-partner donation (elected Shared Motherhood/Parenthood)
£3,010

For a person who has stored embryos that wants to now give to their partner, this cost includes a consultation with a donation expert, implications counselling, specialist guidance on parenthood consents, nurse planning, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, embryo thawing, culture and transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support

Surrogacy (please see separate surrogacy fee schedule)

IVF related supplementary procedures

Although not required, we recommend that all patients having IVF consider including the following options in their treatment plan

Extended culture and blastocyst transfer
£540

We will add this to your protocol unless you opt-out

Caremaps
£995

You can find information about our exclusive embryo selection algorithm on our website and in written information available from your chosen Care Clinic

Freezing of embryos remaining after fresh embryo transfer
£345

We recommend that patients plan for the potential cost of freezing surplus embryos. Having frozen embryos allows further frozen embryo transfer treatment without repeating all medical interventions or incurring the costs of a complete treatment cycle. This option gives our patients the best chance to have or complete a family. Freezing does not include the cost of storage which must be paid.

Storage of frozen embryos (annual charge)
£380
Storage of frozen embryos (when paid by monthly direct debit)
£31.67 per month

Frozen Embryo Transfer

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)
£2,750

The cost includes nurse planning, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, embryo thawing, culture and transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

HFEA fee
£85

Frozen Embryo Transfer with donated embryos

Registration fee
£545

We charge a one-off, non-refundable fee to cover the time we invest in working with you to identify a suitable donor

Treatment with 1 frozen donated embryo
£4,160

The cost covers the infectious screening of the egg and sperm providers and their preparation and support for donation. allocation of the embryos and transfer to your chosen clinic, nurse planning with one of our fertility specialists, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, first embryo transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

Treatment with a set of 2 frozen donated embryos
£5,200

The cost covers the infectious screening of the egg and sperm providers and their preparation and support for donation. allocation of the embryos and transfer to your chosen clinic, nurse planning with one of our fertility specialists, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, first embryo transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

Treatment with a set of 3 frozen donated embryos
£6,240

The cost covers the infectious screening of the egg and sperm providers and their preparation and support for donation. allocation of the embryos and transfer to your chosen clinic, nurse planning with one of our fertility specialists, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, first embryo transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

Treatment with embryos donated by egg and sperm providers known to the recipient
£4,160



The cost covers the infectious screening of the egg and sperm providers and their preparation and support for donation. allocation of the embryos and transfer to your chosen clinic, nurse planning with one of our fertility specialists, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, first embryo transfer, pregnancy scan or post-treatment review appointment and counselling support.

Storage of frozen embryos (annual charge)
£380
Storage of frozen embryos (when paid by monthly direct debit)
£31.67 per month
If you are accessing treatment using frozen donated embryos, the registration fee paid for services to match you with an embryo donor is non-refundable.
£2,080


If your frozen donated embryo does not survive the thawing process or you are withdrawn from the treatment by your clinician for clinical reasons or if you withdraw from treatment after starting your treatment, you will be refunded your package fee less £2,000 which is the cost of infectious and genetic screening of the egg and sperm provider; counselling support and preparation of the egg and sperm provider for donation; transfer of your embryos to your chosen Care clinic, and; your support and preparation for treatment.

FER with subsequent use of donated embryos
£2,700
HFEA fee
£85

Drug costs

Patients having transferred frozen embryos are typically prescribed drugs costing between £150 and £410 to prepare their uterus for embryo transfer. When treatment is successful, we prescribe medication up to the 10th week of pregnancy. The cost of this medication is £225.

Our research shows that 33% of our patients do not absorb enough progesterone medication from pessaries. In these patients, we recommend injectable progesterone as “rescue luteal support” up to the pregnancy test and then up to 10 weeks of pregnancy. The cost of this medication is up to £795.

Infectious screening

UK law requires patients providing eggs or sperm for treatment to be screened for HIV and hepatitis three months before their first treatment cycle and once every two years. All UK clinics have to do this and please factor in the cost of these tests when comparing prices. If you are coming to Care for the first time and have the results of previous tests, you may not need to repeat the screening tests.

Infectious screening for the sperm provider
£215
Infectious screening for egg provider & person having transfer (if different)
Standard infectious screening
£215
Rubella and chlamydia screening
£99

Donor sperm

Donor sperm
£1,280

Includes donor matching, reservation and transfer of donor sperm to your chosen Care clinic and donor sperm for one treatment cycle

Import of donor sperm purchased from a partner sperm bank (includes one year's storage)
£385
Known Sperm Donation
£4,835

This includes genetic/clinical history assessment of the known sperm donor, semen analysis, donation consultation, infectious and genetic screening, counselling, consents, sperm processing and freezing, quarantine and post quarantine infectious screening, payment of donor expenses and one year storage. The cost of treatment using the frozen donor sperm is not included

Refunds



If for any reason your donor does not complete the donation process, you will be refunded part of the known donor fee dependant on the stage at which the donor discontinues. A refund of £4,150 will be issued if the donor participates in any of the initial donation steps (counselling, assessment) but not infectious screening. This could be due to there being no sperm at semen analysis, or the donor changing their mind, for example. A refund of £950 will be issued if the donation process cannot be completed beyond the initial screening to the point of the final post quarantine screening. Once the donor completes the post quarantine screening, after sperm freezing, no refunds are payable.

Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT-A)

This optional embryo selection treatment is recommended to patients where the eggs for treatment are provided by someone aged over 36 or to patient couples who have experienced recurrent miscarriage. PGT-A can only be provided in an elective freeze all IVF treatment cycle.

PGT-A within a treatment cycle

PGT-A fee
£1,360

The fee includes treatment set up, biopsy set up and Caremaps. Extended culture and ICSI (if required) are not included in the fee

PGT-A fee per embryo biopsied
£355

PGT-A testing of previously frozen embryos

Embryo thaw, biopsy and refreeze
£1,280
Fee includes embryo thaw, treatment set up, biopsy set up
PGT-A fee per embryo biopsied
£355

Freezing and storage of eggs or sperm for fertility preservation

All patients freezing eggs or sperm must have standard infectious screening tests unless they can provide the results of tests from three months before freezing. UK law requires infectious screening at the time of freezing if future surrogacy treatment is planned or likely – your clinic can share these costs once future treatment plans are known

EggSafe – a collection of up to 20 eggs gathered over up to 4 cycles
£7,760

The cost includes nurse planning, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, egg freezing, counselling support and storage of eggs for two years. The costs of consultation and pre-treatment screening tests are not included.

Drug costs are not included. It is not easy to provide a precise estimate of likely medication costs. However, they can range from as little as £1,061 up to £1,746. 79% of patients freezing eggs have a drug cost between £1,061 to £1,404. Please be reassured that we will tell you the exact cost of the medicines we recommend before you decide to start treatment.

Collection and freezing of eggs
£4,695

The cost includes nurse planning, monitoring scans, in-treatment blood tests, egg collection with conscious sedation or local anaesthetic, egg freezing and counselling support.

The costs of consultation, pre-treatment screening tests and ongoing storage are not included.

Drug costs are not included. It is not easy to provide a precise estimate of likely medication costs. However, they can range from as little as £1,061 up to £1,746. 79% of patients freezing eggs have a drug cost between £1,061 to £1,404. Please be reassured that we will tell you the exact cost of the medicines we recommend before you decide to start treatment.

Sperm freeze per sample
£125

The cost includes consent planning, sperm freezing and counselling support. The cost of consultation, pre-treatment screening tests and ongoing storage are not included.

Storage of frozen sperm/eggs (annual charge)
£380
Storage of frozen sperm/eggs (monthly direct debit)
£31.67 per month

Specialist treatment options

Care offers several treatments at patient request only or to a small number of patients based on their individual medical history or previous fertility cycle outcome or pre-consultation screening tests

Artificial oocyte activation (AOA)
£165
Assisted hatching
£580
CareUnity testing 1 gamete provider only
£190
CareUnity testing both gamete providers
£240
EmbryoGen
£520
EmbryoGlue
£360
Endometrial scratch
£310
ERA
£1,300
EMMA and ALICE combined
£1,495
Sperm chromosome screening (aneuploidy)
£695
Sperm aneuploidy and DNA Fragmentation Index (DFI)
£1,360
SpermMobil
£155
Sperm Oxidative Stress (SOS) test
£110
Triome testing (combined ERA,EMMA and ALICE screening)
£1,770
ZyMot sperm selection
£230

Diagnostic Tests and assessments that can be added to treatment or provided to patients, not in treatment

Conscious sedation for embryo transfer
£365

The sedation cost at egg collection is included within the relevant treatment fee, a patient rarely requires sedation for the embryo transfer, and so this is not included in the treatment fee

Counselling (per session)
£75

Up to three optional counselling sessions are included in treatment costs. Counselling is only payable if accessing more than three sessions

Cycle Monitoring
£730
Includes all scans required for timed intercourse treatment
Cycle Monitoring - IVF Life
£730
Cycle Monitoring - IVF Life
£730

Includes all ‘ in treatment cycle ‘ monitoring scans , blood tests and pregnancy scan required for treatment in IVF Life

Fertility Assessment (assessment of the uterus, ovaries and ovarian reserve)
£435

Includes scan, AMH blood test and consultation to discuss results.

If results show treatment may be needed, a full consultation will be required, but pre-consultation tests will not need repeating.

Fertility Assessment (sperm quality)
£300

Includes semen analysis and consultation to discuss results.

If results show treatment may be needed, a full consultation will be required, but pre-consultation tests will not be needed.

Fertility Assessment - combined (assessment of the uterus, ovaries, ovarian reserve and sperm quality)
£615

Includes scan, AMH blood test, semen analysis and one joint consultation to discuss results.

If results show treatment may be needed, a full consultation will be required, but pre-consultation tests will not be needed.

HyCosy diagnostic test
£595
Hysteroscopy
£1,725
Review consultation
£170
Surgical sperm recovery
£2,245

The cost includes consent planning, sperm freezing, one year’s storage, histology and review appointment as appropriate and counselling support.

Ultrasound scan (not carried out a part of fertility treatment)
£250

Treatment Cancellation Policy

Occasionally treatment cycles are postponed. The information below sets out the most common scenarios and the amount payable in each case:

Frozen embryo replacement, IUI
£625

Cancelled at monitoring stage

IVF, Egg Freezing and Egg Safe
£830

Cancelled at the monitoring stage

IVF with donated eggs
£915

Cancelled at the monitoring stage

If a treatment is cancelled post monitoring but before embryo replacement/freeze then a refund will be paid to the patient as follows:
Failed egg recovery (plus HFEA fee refund)
£565
Failed fertilisation/cleavage
£485
Failed frozen embryo thaw (plus HFEA fee refund)
£915

PGT-A

The PGT-A fee is refundable in full if a failed egg recovery/fertilisation/cleavage occurs.
£1,360
A partial refund is available if embryos are cultured, but none are biopsied
£355

Treatment Discount Policy for Sperm Sharing

If undergoing fertility treatment after donating sperm as a sperm sharer, one of the following treatment discounts is available

IVF Treatment
-£3,000
IUI in surrogacy
-£3,000
Frozen Embryo Transfer
Standard fee
Frozen Embryo Transfer to host (surrogacy)
-£3,000

Transfer In/Out fees

Transfer-in fees

Transfer-in of patient sperm/eggs/embryos from another Care clinic
nil

Patients are responsible for payment of fees charged by couriers for the movement of sperm/eggs/embryos

Transfer-in of patient sperm/eggs/embryos from a UK based non-Care clinic (provided treatment is commenced within one year of transfer)
nil
Transfer-in of patient sperm/eggs/embryos from an overseas clinic
£285

Patients are responsible for payment of fees charged by couriers for the movement of sperm/eggs/embryos

Personal import of donor sperm for named patient (includes up to one year's storage free of charge)
£385

Patients are responsible for payment of fees charged by couriers for the movement of sperm

Transfer-out fees

Transfer of sperm/eggs/embryos from one Care clinic to another Care clinic
nil

Patients are responsible for payment of fees charged by couriers for the movement of sperm/eggs/embryos

Transfer of sperm/eggs/embryos stored at Care to a UK-based non-Care clinic
£285

Patients are responsible for payment of fees charged by couriers for the movement of sperm/eggs/embryos

Transfer of sperm/eggs/embryos stored at Care to an overseas clinic
£1,085

Patients are responsible for payment of fees charged by couriers for the movement of sperm/eggs/embryos

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