ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) is an assisted reproduction technique used as part of an IVF (in vitro fertilisation) treatment. It enables couples in which the man has been diagnosed with fertility issues to have a child of their own. The semen is provided in a sample or a testicular biopsy – if necessary. Embryologists individually select the best sperm, which is subsequently used to fertilise the eggs.


Donor Programmes

Egg donation is the process whereby a woman uses the eggs from a donor in order to have their own child. The donor’s eggs are fertilised with sperm, usually from the woman’s partner, to produce embryos. These are then transferred into the womb, making pregnancy possible.


Fertility Preservation

Fertility preservation involves freezing and storing eggs, sperm, or embryos. Techniques for preserving fertility offer women the choice of when to become a mother. These treatments can also be used to ensure patients are able to have children after completing treatments for cancer that may affect their fertility.


Egg Donation

Most people want to become parents one day, and almost everyone will be able to have the children they dream of, but for thousands of people their only chance of having a baby of their own, lies with donor eggs. Being an egg donor is an amazing thing you can do. An extraordinary gift of life that will help other people become parents and know the joy of having children. Whether you’re a mother yourself, plan to be a mum one day or just want to help others with the most precious gift you can give, please fill out the form below.


Intrauterine insemination (IUI)

IUI (Intrauterine insemination) is one of the most straightforward forms of assisted fertility treatment. Sperm is prepared in the laboratory and is then placed directly into the woman’s uterus, increasing the chances that the sperm will reach and fertilise the egg.


In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)

In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a well-established technique for creating embryos by fertilizing the egg with the sperm in a laboratory. The resulting embryo(s) can then be transferred to the woman’s uterus. The fertilisation process can be carried out using a conventional IVF technique or by intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).