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Having a family with in-vitro fertilisation (IVF)

We’ll use the latest techniques to maximise your chances of success and minimise your time to a successful pregnancy.

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Is IVF right for me?

IVF is one of the main techniques we use to help women from all walks of life overcome their fertility issues and have a baby. The process involves stimulating your ovaries and helping them produce as many eggs as possible for collection. Once retrieved, the eggs are fertilised in our state-of-the-art laboratory using a prepared sperm sample to create embryos. Typically, the good quality embryos are then sampled (biopsied) for genetic testing (PGT-A) and frozen. One or two of these embryos are then transferred back into your uterus as part of a frozen embryo transfer (FET) to achieve a successful pregnancy. In some cases, a fresh embryo transfer (without freezing) may be performed.

You might want to use IVF if…

  • You have a tubal problem
  • You have unexplained fertility
  • You have severe endometriosis
  • Your partner has male factor infertility
  • Your own egg reserve is low

Statistics at Harley Street

We’ve helped many patients, individuals and LGBTQ+ couples start their family since
we opened our clinic in 2010 and we have some of the highest success rates
for IVF in the country.

Where dreams become reality

Find out more about the fertility journey and the highs and lows of going through IVF through the personal experiences of one of our couples.
IVF blue-eyed baby Daniel

“We felt like we had one shot, one chance”

Kaylie & Jason

Additional fertility treatments



Endometrial Scratch

A technique that maximises egg growth for collection before fertilisation and transfer back into the uterus.
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IVF Using Donor Eggs

A form of IVF using another person’s eggs, often because a woman’s own store of eggs has run out.
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A procedure also known as “artificial insemination” that involves placing prepared sperm into the womb.
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