If you’re in need of donor eggs for your IVF treatment we're here to help you
IVF, or in vitro fertilisation, collects eggs from the ovaries and fertilises them with sperm, creating embryos. These embryos then develop, before being transferred back to the womb.
We use a bespoke technique to ensure we select the embryos most likely to result in a successful pregnancy. Our unique Caremaps service uses time lapse embryo imagery to carefully track its development and health.
If you need donor sperm for your fertility treatment our sperm donation programme is one of the most successful in the UK.
If you've experienced a miscarriage or implantation failure, we can carry out tests to identify issues with your hormones, blood clotting, immune system or genetics.
If you’re not planning to get pregnant now, but would look to give yourself a good chance in the future, we have specialist storage facilities that allow us to preserve egg and sperm samples for future use.
At Care we believe family is for everyone, and offer a range of fertility treatment options for same sex females and gay men to help you start or grow your family.
If you're considering fertility treatment, you're bound to have lots of questions.
You can have a free one to one calls with our patient liaison team. It's a good opportunity for you to ask us any questions you might have.
“With Care's fantastic extra tests and treatments, our second attempt was successful. The team at Care gave me my twin miracles. Now I can't thank the world of science enough.”
“Excellent care from all staff. Kind, caring, friendly and empathetic. They couldn’t have made me feel any more at ease.”
“On the day of the embryo placement the team of three made me feel so safe and cared for.”
Births per egg collection (Latest HFEA data, 1 Jan 2016 to 31 Dec 2016)
|Age group||Births per egg collection||HFEA National Average|
|38 and over||23%||22%|
We know that when you're thinking about IVF, success rates are one of the key pieces of information you need. Understanding success rates can be a challenge and fertility clinics present their success rates in many different ways. We think one of the most useful and simple ways to present success is the birth per egg collection rate.
This is because it provides patients with their chance of a birth within two years of one egg collection, and course of treatment. This can include a fresh and a number of frozen transfers of embryos all created from the egg collection.
Birth per egg collection results are published on the HFEA website and are taken from the most recent verified data available for all UK clinics from egg collections during 2016 and embryo transfers within 2 years.
To achieve high success rates we develop a personalised fertility treatment plan for you based on your medical history, test results and which treatment which will give you your greatest chance of success. We have the expertise, range of treatments and the dedication to help you have a baby.
Take a look at our most recent IVF success rates data.
Our London fertility treatment price list gives you an overview of all treatments costs at Care London. Everyone is given a cost breakdown which is relevant to their treatment at their consultation
We've put together a guide of what your IVF costs could be. These are typical costs but remember each and everyone's treatment is unique and costs can vary.
Care Fertility London offers a number of funding options to help you get close to your dream of having, or growing a family.
We know that when you’re thinking about IVF, funding your treatment is often one of your most important considerations. That’s why we’ve created Carepay, a range of funding packages specifically designed to support your financial peace of mind during your fertility journey. Find out more about our Carepay funding packages.
When you're ready to take your next step, we're here. Call our CAarepay enquiry team on 0800 033 4333
You may be elgible for NHS funding for fertility treatment. To be eligible, you’ll need to go through your GP, community provider or local hospital, as well as meeting a number of key criteria.
We will ensure you receive bespoke treatment to give you your very best chance of success. Throughout your journey with CARE London, our team of specialists will be with you every step of the way.
Care Fertility London
111 Park Road
Monday - Friday : 9am - 5pm
Saturday / Sunday : Closed
Outer Circle Regent's Park (by Hanover Gate) Parking Meters, 2 minutes walk to Clinic.
Nearest Tube Station
Baker Street, approximately a ten-minute walk
The clinic is less than a ten-minute walk from Costa Coffee and Pret a Manger.
The picturesque Regent’s Park is a six-minute walk from the clinic, and is perfect for a stroll.
It's easy to get started, if you have any questions or want to arrange a Skype consultation, just call our new patient enquiry team on 0800 5642270
We understand that you are likely to have lots of questions when considering fertility treatment, which is why we hold regular online fertility information events to give you all the information you need about Care and how we can help you, which you can read about on our IVF and Fertility Information Events page.
We are also always happy to chat about our services in detail over the phone, so please feel free to call our new patient enquiry team on 0800 564 2270. You can also contact our London fertility clinic on 0207 616 6767 for further information, or request a brochure or book a consultation through our website. We look forward to speaking with you!