Arranging a consultation is simple. You just need to complete our short referral form and we will contact you to arrange a date and time for your consultation, and answer any questions you might have. We will always give you the guidance and support you need.
Or call our new patient enquiry team on 0800 564 2270
Free 1-2-1 visits
1-2-1s give you the opportunity to visit the clinic and chat with one of our patient liaison team
Before your first consultation with us, we’ll ask you to complete a short medical questionnaire about your fertility history and any health issues.
Your consultation day
We’ll need to do some basic health checks such as your Body Mass Index and blood pressure. We will also carry out a pelvic ultrasound scan, arrange a semen analysis if necessary and carry out some blood tests (checking for anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) levels). If you are an NHS funded patient we’ll also need to do a test to confirm that you are not currently a smoker.
In your consultation we will review your medical questionnaire with you, and the notes from any previous treatments. We will explain the results from your ultrasound scan and the semen analysis. We'll talk you through your individualised treatment options, and provide you with written information and costings for your different options. If further tests are required to confirm your diagnosis and appropriate treatment, we'll arrange these for you. We'll also talk you through what support is available for you, what the next steps will be should you wish to have treatment at CARE and answer any questions you might have at this stage.
We know that when you're thinking about IVF, funding your treatment can be an important issue. We offer egg and sperm share options which help reduce the cost of your treatment.
We have also partnered with Access Fertility who provide IVF refund and multi-cycle packages. Access Fertility also offer payment options for their programmes at CARE Fertility.
Whilst we aim to help everyone, there are some situations where we are unable to treat certain patients. These criteria are outlined below:
Introduce yourself on our bulletin board and chat to some of our other patients. It can be really comforting to talk to others going through a similar experience, and they might have useful advice for those new to treatment.
If you think you might be interested in one of our treatments, or if you’d like to talk to someone at CARE about your options, it's really easy to get started:
You can do all of the above through our contact form or by calling your local clinic.
New patient enquiries: