FAQs

We’re here to support you with any queries, concerns or questions you might have, big or small.

Frequently asked questions

We understand that no two fertility journeys are the same. The process can be overwhelming and emotionally challenging. Our patients tell us that the unknown and uncertainties of IVF treatment are often the hardest part.

We will always be kind and endeavour provide you with as much information at every point in your treatment with us.

If you are at the stage of gathering information to make an informed decision on who your treatment provider might be, or what route might be the best for you, we hope the below common questions and answers are useful. Of course if you have any other questions or would prefer to speak directly with us, please get in touch.

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Kind iVF packages are suitable for those aged 37 or under with a good/normal ovarian reserve and have a BMI under 30. Kind iVF is designed to make fertility treatment more accessible for those who may not be eligible to have treatment with the NHS and cannot access the private IVF market due to increased prices.

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