Prices for our fertility treatments

At Reproductive Health Group we are committed to complete transparency regarding our fees. – it is very important to us that all our patients understand how much treatment will cost, and what that treatment will include.

We welcome self-pay patients, and those who are covered by private medical insurance – we are accredited by BUPA, Simply Health and Vanbreda.

Our treatment pricing is outlined below however all our patients receive a detailed individualised cost plan prior to undergoing any treatment with us.

If you would like to view a more detailed fee schedule, please contact our patient services team.

Fertility Consultations

New fertility consultation £220
Follow up fertility consultation £195
Urology consultation
(deducted from urology procedure fees)
£300
Embryology review consultation £150
Nutrition consultation £85
Fertility counselling
(first two sessions free of charge)
£95
Genetic counselling £190

Fertility Assessments

Fertility check (individual)
Includes: AMH test or Semen Analysis and 30 minute consultation to discuss results
£225
Fertility check (couple)
Includes: AMH test and Semen Analysis, or two AMH tests (for same sex couples) and 30 minute consultation to discuss results
£350
Fertility assessment (couple)
Includes: consultation, vaginal swabs and Chlamydia screen, transvaginal ultrasound scan and HyCoSy for tubal patency, AMH test, Rubella screen, semen analysis, follow-up consultation
£1575
Fertility assessment (female only)
Includes: consultation, vaginal swabs and Chlamydia screen, transvaginal ultrasound scan and HyCoSy for tubal patency, AMH test, Rubella screen, follow-up consultation
£1325
Implantation failure assessment – basic package
Includes: initial consultation, vaginal swabs, transvaginal ultrasound scan, chromosome analysis (karyotype) for both partners, thyroid hormone profile, coagulation profile, standard immune profile, full thrombophilia screen and follow-up consultation.
£1850
Implantation failure assessment – comprehensive package
Includes: initial consultation, vaginal swabs, transvaginal ultrasound scan, chromosome analysis (karyotype) for both partners, thyroid hormone profile, coagulation profile, standard immune profile, full thrombophilia screen, diagnostic hysteroscopy, endometrial biopsy for uterine NK cells, peripheral NK cells assay panel, TH1:TH2 cytokines ratio, Sperm DNA fragmentation and follow-up consultation.
£5055

IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation)

IVF £3500
HFEA fee £80
Includes: monitoring scans, medications teach, egg collection, sperm preparation, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation
Excludes: pre-treatment consultations and scans, screening bloods, purchase and courier charges of sperm, medications
Additional
ICSI £1150
Assisted hatching £400
Sedation for embryo transfer £300
Freezing and 1 year storage of embryos £700
Each additional year storage £300
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) 1-6 samples £535 / sample
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) each additional sample  £490

ICSI (IntraCytoplasmic Sperm Injection)

ICSI
The selection of a single sperm to be injected directly in to an egg for fertilisation
£4650
HFEA fee £80
Includes: monitoring scans, medications teach, egg collection, sperm preparation, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation
Excludes: pre-treatment consultations and scans, screening bloods, medications
Additional
IMSI
A variation of ICSI, which uses a high magnification microscope to select a morphologically normal sperm
£500
Assisted hatching £400
Sedation for embryo transfer £300
Freezing and 1 year storage of embryos £700
Each additional year storage £300
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) 1-6 samples £535 / sample
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) each additional sample £490

FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer)

FET
The use of supernumerary frozen embryos
£1350
HFEA fee £80
Includes: monitoring scans, embryo thaw and culture, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation
Excludes: medications
Additional
Sedation for embryo transfer £300

IUI with partner or donor sperm

IUI
The insemination of sperm directly into the womb
£950
HFEA fee
(when using donor sperm)
£37.50
Includes: monitoring scans, sperm preparation and insemination
Excludes: pre-treatment consultations and scans, screening bloods, purchase and/or courier charges of sperm, medications
Additional
Freezing and 1 year storage of sperm £500
Each additional sample within 1 year £300
Each additional year storage £250
Admin fee for import of donor sperm £175
Sedation for insemination £300

Ovulation Induction

Ovulation Induction
Inducing ovulation using medications
£550
Includes: monitoring scans, medications teach
Excludes: pre-treatment consultations and scans, counselling, screening bloods, medications

Egg freezing

Egg freezing
The process in which eggs are collected, frozen and stored for future use
£3200
Includes: counselling, monitoring scans, medications teach, egg collection, egg freezing, first follow up consultation
Excludes: pre-treatment consultations and scans, screening bloods, medications
Additional
Storage only of eggs up to 1 year £250
Each additional year storage £250

Egg thawing & Embryo Transfer

Egg thawing & Embryo Transfer
The thawing and insemination of frozen eggs to create embryos replacement in to the womb
£2725
HFEA fee £80
Includes: counselling, monitoring scans, medications teach, egg thawing, sperm preparation, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation
Excludes: pre-treatment consultations and scans, semen analysis, screening bloods, purchase and/or courier charges of sperm, medications
Additional
IMSI £500
Assisted hatching £400
Sedation for embryo transfer £300
Freezing and 1 year storage of embryos £700
Each additional year storage £300
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) 1-6 samples £535 / sample
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) each additional sample £490

Egg sharing - Recipient

Egg sharing – Recipient – Option 1
Recipient of eggs collected from another woman also undergoing treatment who agrees to donate part of her eggs after ovarian stimulation and egg collection
£5825
HFEA fee £80
Includes: counselling, donor matching, donor screening tests, medications teach, monitoring scans, sperm preparation, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation
Excludes: pre-treatment consultations and scans, semen analysis, recipient screening bloods, medications
Egg sharing – Recipient – Option 2
Recipient of eggs collected from another woman who has agreed to donate part of her eggs after ovarian stimulation and egg collection to be stored in UK Donor Egg Bank.
£5500
HFEA fee £80
Includes: counselling, donor matching, donor screening tests, medications teach, monitoring scans, sperm preparation, IntraCytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) , embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation.
Excludes: pre-treatment consultations and scans, semen analysis, recipient screening bloods, medications.
Additional
ICSI £1150
Assisted hatching £400
Sedation for embryo transfer £300
Freezing and 1 year storage of embryos £700
Each additional year storage £300
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) 1-6 samples £535 / sample
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) each additional sample £490

Egg sharing - Donor/Sharer

Egg sharing – Donor/Sharer – Option 1
Donor of part of her eggs after ovarian stimulation and egg collection to another woman
£825
HFEA fee £80
Includes: counselling, recipient matching, medications teach, monitoring scans, egg collection, sperm preparation, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation
Excludes: pre-treatment consultations and scans, semen analysis, partner screening bloods, medications
Egg sharing – Donor/Sharer – Option 2
Donor of part of her eggs after ovarian stimulation and egg collection for storage in the egg bank and use by another woman at a later date
£1700
HFEA fee £80
Includes: counselling, screening bloods (male and female), medications, medications teach, monitoring scans, egg collection, sperm preparation, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF)/IntraCytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) (as appropriate), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation.
Excludes: pre-treatment scans, semen analysis and ovarian reserve (AMH) test.
Additional
ICSI £1150
Assisted hatching £400
Sedation for embryo transfer £300
Freezing and 1 year storage of embryos £700
Each additional year storage £300
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) 1-6 samples £535 / sample
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) each additional sample £490

Egg donation - Altruistic Donor

Egg donation – Altruistic donor
A process in which a woman donates her own eggs for use by others
£7550
HFEA fee £80
Includes: matching, counselling for donor and recipient, donor consultation, routine screening tests for donor and recipient couple, medications teach for donor and recipient, monitoring scans for donor and recipient, egg collection, sperm preparation, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation for donor and recipient
Excludes: recipient pre-treatment consultations and scans, semen analysis, medications, egg donation agency fees
Additional
ICSI £1150
Assisted hatching £400
Sedation for embryo transfer £300
Freezing and 1 year storage of embryos £700
Each additional year storage £300
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) 1-6 samples £535 / sample
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) each additional sample £490

Egg donation - Known Donor

Egg donation – Known donor
A process in which a woman donates her own eggs for use by others
£5525
HFEA fee £80
Includes: counselling for donor and recipient, medications teach for donor and recipient, monitoring scans for donor and recipient, egg collection, sperm preparation, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation for recipient
Excludes: recipient and donor pre-treatment consultations and scans, donor consultation, routine screening tests for donor and recipient couple, semen analysis, medications
Additional
ICSI £1150
Assisted hatching £400
Sedation for embryo transfer £300
Freezing and 1 year storage of embryos £700
Each additional year storage £300
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) 1-6 samples £535 / sample
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) each additional sample £490

Egg donation - Egg Bank

Egg donation – Egg Bank
A process in which a woman donates her own eggs for use by others
Egg donation – ‘Egg bank’ 4 eggs £6050
Egg donation – ‘Egg bank’ 8 eggs £7650
Egg donation – ‘Egg bank’ 12 eggs £9250
Egg donation – ‘Egg bank’ 16 eggs £10850
HFEA fee £80
Includes: matching, counselling, medications teach, monitoring scans, 4-16 mature frozen eggs (depends on choice and availability), sperm preparation, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), embryo culture to blastocyst, embryo glue, embryo transfer, first follow up consultation
Excludes: recipient pre-treatment consultations and scans, recipient routine screening tests, semen analysis, medications
Compensation Scheme
We have a compensation scheme in place where should treatment not be successful a further cycle of treatment will be given free of charge. Compensation will be applicable as follows:

  • 12 Eggs
    1. One blastocyst suitable for transfer, if the transfer does not result in a pregnancy no compensation will be given;
    2. If there is no blastocyst suitable for transfer a further cycle of treatment including replacement eggs will be given free of charge.
  • 16 Eggs
    1. One blastocyst suitable for transfer but does not result in a pregnancy a further cycle of treatment including replacement eggs will be given free of charge;
    2. One blastocyst suitable for transfer leading to a successful pregnancy* no compensation will be given;
    3. Two blastocysts suitable for transfer but neither result in a pregnancy no compensation will be given.

There is no compensation for cohorts of 4 or 8 eggs

Additional
IMSI £500
Assisted hatching £400
Sedation for embryo transfer £300
Freezing and 1 year storage of embryos £700
Each additional year storage £300
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) 1-6 samples £535 / sample
PGS (Genetic screening of embryos for chromosomal abnormalities) each additional sample £490

Urology Procedures

Surgical sperm retrieval and Vasectomy reversal £3950
Includes: consultation, counselling, surgeon’s fees, anaesthetist fees, hospital fees, freezing and 1 year storage of sperm, 3 months post-vasectomy semen analysis
Open TESE £2800
Includes: consultation, counselling, surgeon’s fees, anaesthetist fees, hospital fees, freezing and 1 year storage of sperm
Closed TESE/PESA £2300
Includes: consultation, counselling, surgeon’s fees, local anaesthetic fees, anaesthetist fees (if applicable), hospital fees, freezing and 1 year storage of sperm  

Ultrasound Scans

Baseline ultrasound scan
(if not part of treatment cycle at RHG)
£225
Monitoring ultrasound scan
(if not part of treatment cycle at RHG)
£300
Pregnancy viability scan £225
HyCoSy £575
Saline Infusion Sonography £425
Testicular scan £250

Screening tests & profiles

Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) £155
Beta-hCG £80
Progesterone £80
Chlamydia (urine or swabs) £100
Cystic fibrosis £225
Chromosome analysis £420
Y-Chromosome microdeletions £300
Virology profile (2RHG)
Includes: HIV, Hep B, Surface Antigen, Hep B core, Hep C Ab
£175
Endocrine ‘irregular’ profile (3RHG)
Includes: FSH, LH, PRL, Prolactin, FT4, TSH, AMH
£340
Endocrine ‘regular’ profile (6RHG)
Includes: FSH, LH, E2, AMH
£305
Initial egg donor profile (7RHG) £725
Initial sperm donor profile (8RHG) £725
Thrombotic screen profile (10RH) £775
Mini-thrombophilia profile (11RH) £375
Recipient oocyte profile (13RH) £305
Recipient oocyte profile – partner (14RH) £260
Donor insem profile – female (16RH) £675
Donor insem profile – male (17RH) £235
Endometrial biopsy NK cells £590
TH1/TH2 Cytokines £355
NK cells Assay Panel £575
Semen analysis at CRH £135
Semen analysis at Wimpole St £160
Sperm DNA Fragmentation £475
Sperm aneuploidy screen £700

Other services

Intralipids infusion £335
Endometrial scratch
Excludes: histology charges
£350
Embryo transfer trial £200
Freezing and 1 year storage of sperm £700
Each additional sample within 1 year £300
Each additional year storage of sperm £300
Storage of embryo(s) up to 1 year £300
Each additional year storage £300
Admin fee for import of eggs, sperm or embryos
Excludes: purchase and/or courier charges
£175
Admin fee for export of eggs, sperm or embryos
Excludes: courier charges
£250
Management of overseas egg donation cycle
Includes: liaison with overseas clinic, counselling, monitoring scans, medications teach
£1800

Refund policy

Treatment cycles cancelled as no oocytes collected will be refunded £450.

Treatment cycles cancelled after oocyte collection if failed fertilisation or embryos fail to divide will be refunded £350.

Treatment cycles cancelled as no oocytes available for the recipient will be refunded in full minus the cancellation fee of £950. No clinical coordination fees will be refunded.

Treatment cycles cancelled before egg collection will be refunded in full minus the cancellation fee of £950.

IUI/DI treatment cycles cancelled before insemination will be refunded £500.

Cancelled FET cycle will be refunded £350.

Payment terms

Payment must be made in full before consultations, investigations and/or commencement of treatment.

Reproductive Health Group Limited BACS details:
Account No. 68171042
Sort-code 050573
IBAN GB39 YORK 050573 68171042
BIC YORKGB22

If you are insured, you will need to pay the fees in full to the Reproductive Health Group Limited and then claim the costs back from your Health Insurance Provider.

Our IVF Treatment Packages

Reproductive Health Group recognises that embarking on fertility treatment is a very important decision in the lives of our patients. Uncertainty about the ultimate cost of that treatment can cause concern and be responsible for further delays. For that reason, we have developed a unique approach to fertility care and the packages available.

We recognise that no two patients are the same, so you will all receive a personalised package of care. Our patients have a consultation with a fertility expert, who will ask you to undergo some diagnostic tests that will give them the information to decide on the best possible course of treatment for you. Depending on the outcome of these tests, a range of packages are available that are designed to give the best possible chance of achieving a clinical pregnancy, at the same time as controlling the cost.

Free Second Cycle

Who is this for?

If you are under 35, healthy, but cannot get pregnant, and this is the 1st time you are considering IVF, this is the right package for you.

Package Details

Pay for one cycle of IVF treatment, and if it does not result in a clinical pregnancy (viable pregnancy confirmed by scan at 7 weeks), you would be offered a second cycle free of charge.

How much does it cost?

Your maximum cost under this package for 2 cycles of IVF is £3,500 vs £7,000 at most of the other clinics.

Repeated Discounted Cycles

Who is this for?

If you are under 39, and have previously experienced a failed cycle of IVF, this is the right package for you.

Package Details

A package of care that includes full payment for the first cycle of IVF. If the first cycle does not result in a clinical pregnancy (viable pregnancy confirmed by scan at 7 weeks), the cost of IVF treatment would be 75% for the second cycle, and 60% for the third, or any subsequent cycles.

How much does it cost?

Your maximum cost under this package for the 1st cycle of IVF is £3,500, for the 2nd cycle of IVF is £2,625 and for the 3rd cycle of IVF is £2100 vs £3500 for each cycle at most of the other clinics. This represents a cost reduction of £2,275.

Multi Cycles

Who is this for?

Patients are eligible for the Multi Cycles package if they meet the criteria of ‘Suboptimal Fertility Prognosis’.

Patients who meet at least 2 of the following criteria:
Age: 39 years and above
AMH: < 6.8 pmol/L AFC : < 6 Poor response: 4 or less oocytes collected after the last cycle of ovarian stimulation

Package Details

Our Multi Cycles package includes 3 cycles of controlled ovarian stimulation leading to one embryo transfer using IVF treatment. This package has been tailored to provide patients of lower prognosis, with lower cost IVF, for a better pregnancy outcome.

How much does it cost?

Your cost under this package is £7,275.

The following are not included in any of the packages: Blood tests, diagnostic semen analysis, sperm DNA fragmentation, medications, ICSI, IMSI, freezing of supernumerary blastocysts, assisted hatching, freezing of sperm and / or eggs, surgical sperm retrieval, sedation for trans vaginal scan and for embryo transfer. The freezing and storage of the embryos at the pronuclei stage from the 3 cycles, up to 1 year, is £500.

If you would like to find out more about RHG, our facilities or treatments, you can organise a free one to one visit here. Alternatively, you can call us on 01925 202180, and we will be more than happy to assist you with any other advice.

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