Prices

 

 Fertility Treatment prices:

   IVF / ICSI / IMSI Price List

Consultation

£ 205

Initial pelvic ultrasound scan

£ 165

Semen analysis

£ 122

Counselling

Free

Screening blood tests

(HIV, HEPATITIS B & C)

£200

HFEA fee

£ 75

IVF

£3555

ICSI *

£1390

IMSI *

£ 1855

Blastocyst culture *

£ 615

Medication for treatment**

£677-1557

Donor sperm per five vials *

£ 1000

Embryo freezing *

£ 940

Frozen embryo transfer *

£ 995

* In addition to IVF cost, if required.

** Estimated cost based on an average of 11 days' stimulation for IVF, ICSI and IMSI treatment cycles. Drug costs are an estimate only as response to stimulation varies from patient to patient and doses may be increased or decreased during your fertility treatment cycle.


Fees and payment

The Lister Fertility Clinic’s prices are grouped together into three main categories according to the procedures available for each treatment:

 

 

Patients having fertility treatment are asked to settle their account at the beginning of the treatment cycle. If the egg collection has to be cancelled for any reason, an appropriate refund will be made.

 

If in the rare event The Lister Fertility Clinic’s team is are unable to collect eggs during your procedure, or if eggs subsequently fail to fertilise, we regret that there can be no alteration to the stated fees. Egg retrievals are performed on a day care basis. If you need to stay overnight an additional fee will be levied. 

Private medical insurance companies do not generally cover fertility treatment, but may cover some consultation or operative procedures. It is essential that you check with your insurance company prior to making any claim for consultations or investigations.

 

Couples will be required to make payments at the time of treatment and claim retrospectively from the insurance company. 

Overseas couples, whose costs are to be met by their respective embassies, must present a letter of authority so that fertility treatment can proceed.

Couples from countries with exchange control regulations should ensure in advance that funds are available. Bank clearance must be obtained before fertility treatment can commence.