Who we are
Who we are
Our mission to reduce the cost of IVF treatment has come from our Medical Director, Professor Geeta Nargund, who has spearheaded research into making IVF more affordable. Her team of dedicated fertility specialists at abc ivf have over 50 years of combined experience and are now leading the way in terms of low cost IVF treatment in the UK and all-inclusive pricing.
High quality and successful IVF treatment
Conventional IVF can be expensive as many clinics have long treatment protocols reliant on multiple appointments and intense doses of expensive fertility drugs, coupled with high laboratory costs.
Our innovative new service is the result of over a decade of research and development. With the combination of simplified treatment protocols, technology and a streamlined patient journey we are able to offer successful IVF at the most affordable cost in the UK; without compromising our quality of care or treatment success rates.
From the blog
Since our doors opened nearly two months ago, we’ve seen the flood of media interest in our radical new approach to IVF treatment translate into a steady stream of women and couples coming through our doors. Here's why....
We understand that starting a family on your own is an exciting and slightly daunting time; at abc ivf we are dedicated to making your treatment journey as simple and straightforward as possible.
The costs involved in IVF treatment can often be confusing and overwhelming. With most IVF clinics only advertising their 'base price' for treatment, we uncover and remove the hidden costs which can add thousands on to your treatment.
Ovarian reserve is the term used to describe how many eggs are left in a woman's ovaries. There are a few tests which can be carried out to determine what a woman's ovarian reserve is; here we describe some of the most common ones...
Due to high costs of IVF treatment in the UK, more couples are finding themselves venturing abroad for cheaper treatment. At abc ivf, we can offer you low cost IVF treatment, without the risks associated with treatment abroad.
Many people were left devastated when it was revealed this year that more than 13 areas of the UK have either cut down, or brought NHS IVF funding to a complete standstill.