How to compare fertility clinics

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Why Total Fertility?

Choosing the fertility clinic that is right for you does not need to be a leap into the unknown. We know it can be a frustrating and confusing time hearing that you need to start fertility treatment. There is a lot to consider when making those initial steps of deciding where to have treatment. Total Fertility is here to help make your decisions feel a little easier. We understand there is a lot of information to process so we aim to take away the stress with our clinic comparison tool. We are the first platform to display clinic locations, success rates, costs and most importantly of all quality of care.

Whether you are starting a family, freezing your eggs or helping a friend explore their options make sure you invest some time first with Total Fertility. We want to make your job simple by removing that overwhelming feeling of uncertainty people get when embarking upon treatment. Total Fertility helps you stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends, with interesting articles and blogs on fertility topics written by experts. Our information section and glossary explains about different treatments and terms and will help you understand what it means for you.

Whether you are NHS funded or self-funding IVF treatment, it is important to know exactly what you are getting in return and how that compares in different clinics. We cover all locations across the UK and compare all registered fertility clinics in a chosen area. Comparing the prices and success rates of treatments in each clinic may help you decide where to invest your money. Take time to decide and weigh up all the pros and cons before choosing which direction to go. Why not start right away? Select your area and compare what your local clinics offer. You might just be surprised by what you find.

Total Fertility helps you make an informed decision about your treatment. Everything has been designed with the patient in mind so invest some time now and make the right decisions for your future. The Team at Total Fertility.

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News, research & developments in the world of IVF & fertility

1 in 20 Babies Born Via IVF in Australia

The latest report by The University of New South Wales, Assisted Reproductive Technology in Australia and New Zealand 2018 found that during 2018, 14,355 babies were born via IVF which represents one in twenty of all babies born in Australia. With 84,064 initiated IVF cycles and 14,355 babies born, this gave a live birth rate per embryo transfer of 27.3%. This is significantly greater than the one in fifty of all babies born in Britain. It is estimated that in the last 40 years, more than eight million babies have been born through IVF globally.  
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The Age Old Question of Age

By: Dr. Ed Coats “How old is too old to have a baby?” is a really common question I frequently get asked in clinic and by friends and colleagues alike. There has been a lot written on the topic of ageing and fertility, and there is no doubt that age is one of the single most important factors to consider when looking at chances of natural success and with fertility treatments. Ageing eggs and sperm can both have an impact on fertility but at different stages.   "Most women believe their chances to conceive naturally declines at the age of 35, but this is not accurate".   Most women believe their chances to conceive naturally declines at the age of 35, but this is not accurate. At birth a female fetus has around 5 million eggs stored in the ovaries and by the time menstruation starts around 10% of these remain. Numbers continue to fall as an egg is recruited from a pool of follicles each menstrual cycle, so that by the age of 37 there are about 25,000 eggs r…
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London, Lockdown and Lessons from Covid-19

As lockdown eases and the UK economy restarts, fertility clinics are also starting to return to normal. What exactly is the new normal though? It remains something that many of us are still trying to figure out. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), the UK regulator of assisted conception treatments, has drawn up specific criteria that clinics must meet before they can reopen. Any clinic that is now open will have passed these rigorous HFEA assessments to be able to offer IVF treatment to patients safely.   Just weeks after the initial government announcement of a UK-wide lockdown the Health Secretary declared that IVF treatments could resume. This news will have been a surprise to some and a great relief to many. There has naturally been a strong recoil of patients keen to continue with their treatment. Waiting for even just a few days in a fertility journey can feel like months. The emotion and pain of subfertility does not fade during a global c…
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IVF Cycles in 2017/18 in the UK
Licensed IVF Clinics in the UK
Average Cost of an IVF Cycle