Our price lists

Click the links below to view our comprehensive Fertility Price Lists:

Main Price list

Egg Donation Price List

Surrogacy Price List

Understanding pricing

We know that undertaking fertility treatment can be challenging and part of that is understanding the potential costs involved. We make every effort to ensure our fees are as transparent and simple as possible to understand. We have a dedicated billing team who are there to answer any queries you have before and during your treatment.

Before you start your treatment you should receive a clear costed treatment plan, so you can begin your journey knowing what your treatment should cost.

Although no two journeys are the same, to make matters easier we have mapped out a patient journey and the costs involved at each stage in some of our most common treatment cycles. Our full price list is available for more detail.

Stage 1: Initial assessment

All individuals / couples will need initial investigations to help ascertain and understand the cause of any potential issues and help to plan treatment.

Once an initial history is taken, other tests may on occasion be recommended or required to complete an assessment.

 

Services

Cost

Initial consultation

£ 230

AMH blood test*

£ 110

Pelvic Ultrasound Scan*

£ 200

Semen Analysis* (if applicable)

£ 165

Potential Cost

£ 705

 

Stage 2: Pre-treatment investigations

Once treatment is decided upon, all individuals / couples will need certain pre-treatment investigations either as a regulatory requirement or good medical practice as below.

All but the required virology screening may also be performed with your GP and the full list of these can be found in the detailed price list.

These are required before a first cycle and do not need repeating before each cycle, but at specific intervals as guided by the clinical team.

 

 

IVF

Egg Freezing

IUI

FET

Female Virology – HIV / Hep B / Hep C

£ 145

£ 145

£ 145

N/A

Male Virology (if applicable)

£ 145

N/A

£ 145

N/A

Supplementary female tests if not done by GP

£ 295

£ 45

£ 295

£ 249

Potential Cost

£ 585

£ 190

£ 585

£ 249

 

Stage 3: Treatment costs

The below table outlines costs that will apply in all cycles of treatment of each kind.

 

 

IVF

Egg Freezing

IUI

FET

Treatment Cycle

£ 3,950

£ 3,750

£ 1,150

£ 1,950

Medication (average value)

£ 1,400

£ 1,200

£ 220

£ 200

Monitoring bloods (average value)

£ 400

£ 400

N/A

N/A

Potential Cost

£ 5,750

£ 5,350

£ 1,370

£ 2,150

 

With IVF, some supplementary costs may be incurred in certain common circumstances as guided by your clinical case and response as below.

 

Additional Common Services

Cost

Blastocyst Culture

£ 615

ICSI Fertilisation

£ 1,390

Freezing of Supernumerary Embryos

£ 940

 

Each treatment journey is different, with variation potentially seen in medication costs, with some requiring less and some more.

On occasion, recommended further treatment “add-ons” may be recommended after discussion and explanation around the evidence of benefit.

Prior to commencing treatment, you will be given a personalised costed treatment plan outlining in more detail the likely costs of Step 3.

Other information

Patients having fertility treatment at the Lister Fertility Clinic, 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 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 private 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.

 
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