FERTILITY
 
FERTILITY

Fertility Treatments

IVF

 

- IVF step-by-step

- IVF protocol

- ICSI

- AHA

- Emotional side

IUI

 

Male pre-treatment screening tests

Female pre-treatment screening tests

Endoscopy / keyhole surgeries

 

- Hysteroscopy

- Laparoscopy


How to save money on IVF medication?

FAQ

 

A woman has about 15% chance of becoming pregnant every month if she regularly has unprotected sex. About 80% of the couples trying to get pregnant will succeed within a year. If pregnancy does not occur within a year of starting to try for a baby it is recommended to seek medical help.

As many as one in every 6 couples faces fertility problems at some point in their life.
Fertility treatment can add extra pressure to the couples life, not only because is emotionally frustrating but also because is very expensive. Not many couples get pregnant first time around. In many cases it takes 3 or more attempts of treatment before the desired pregnancy occurs.

The cost of an IVF treatment in the UK is around £4000 which means that a couple can easily spend £12 000 on 3 cycles of IVF.

If you take a look at our Fertility treatment prices you will find that you can save thousands of pounds even after adding your travel expenses to the price of treatments. For the amount of money you would spend on one IVF cycle in the UK you can have 2 cycles at our partner fertility clinic in Budapest. This of course means double chances of getting pregnant.

Other than saving money you also need to consider the fact that in the UK maximum two embryos can be transferred back in an IVF cycle, but many couples would have better chances with more embryos. In Hungary up to 4 embryos can be transferred which can also increase your chances of pregnancy. In our partner clinic all the circumstances are carefully examined and than our fertility specialist will make a joint decision with the patients about the ideal number of embryos being transferred back (keeping the number of multiple pregnancies down but giving the best chance of pregnancy).

To find out more read Frequently Asked Questions about Fertility Treatments or contact us.