Each Kind IVF package is efficient and streamlined, but makes no compromises in technology, service and dedication. We have three packages available depending on your circumstances.
Kind IVF – £2,750
Our transparent, all-inclusive and affordable Kind IVF package consists of everything you'll need for treatment. With no hidden costs or unexpected surprises, Kind IVF offers you a straightforward approach to IVF in the UK, supported by a team of friendly, caring and considerate experts who are on hand to guide you.
Kind ICSI – £3,850
Around 50% of couples who are having problems conceiving have sperm-related infertility. ICSI, short for intracytoplasmic sperm injection, is the most common and successful treatment for male infertility.
ICSI helps men with reduced sperm quality or quantity by extracting a small number of sperm cells from the testis and injecting them directly into the egg.
The rest of the treatment journey is identical to out standard Kind IVF package.
Kindonor IVF – £3,850
Our Kindonor IVF package is tailored for lesbian couples, single women, or heterosexual couples seeking donor sperm to start a family. This comprehensive package mirrors our standard Kind IVF package covering all your treatment needs, plus the vial of donor sperm procured from our trusted partner London Sperm Bank - the UK's largest sperm bank.
Who’s Kind iVF for?
Our criteria is based on 3 simple key factors, age, BMI and ovarian reserve. Only by setting an eligibility criteria can we ensure an increased likelihood of success for those entering our program.
Do you meet the criteria?
Aged 37 or under
Our treatment plans have been formulated to maximize success for women who fall into this range, as they respond best to our ‘Kind’ IVF approach - requiring less medication and scans. Women over 37, when natural fertility begins to decline, often need more personalised treatment.
BMI of 30 or less
BMI is a shorthand calculation based on height and bodyweight. To proceed to treatment, we require a BMI of 30 or less, as we find women in this grouping are less likely to encounter complex treatment difficulties.
A good ovarian reserve
Ovarian reserve, measurable with a blood test, is often used as an indicator of fertility. Women with too low or too high of an ovarian reserve often respond poorly to treatment and may need specialised care – but we can evaluate this during your initial consultation and advise you accordingly.
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