Fertility preservation

Fertility preservation

At iTrust Fertility Clinic we offer a range of fertility preservation services for patients with NHS funding or privately funded. We offer low priced fertility treatment packages with egg freezing from £3000.
Patients usually preserve their fertility because;

  • You have a medical condition
  • You’re worried about your fertility declining but you’re not ready to have a child, or you haven’t found the right partner
  • If you’re transitioning, you may want to preserve your fertility before you start hormone therapy or have reconstructive surgery

Whatever your reason for wanting to preserve your fertility, we can help you. Our friendly, experienced team are here to answer your questions and provide you with information to allow you to make decisions about your next steps.

Call us for more information on 01323 410333.

The treatments available at iTrust Fertility Clinics are;

Egg freezing

This is a way to protect your fertility, it involves freezing your eggs until you are ready to use them to start a family.

What happens with egg freezing?

Your eggs will be collected and stored in our laboratory in liquid nitrogen. When you want to try for a baby, your eggs will be thawed and assessed, ready for use in fertility treatment. In the U.K eggs can be stored for up to 10 years, which can be extended to up to 55 years – as long as you update and give consent for storage every 10 years.

How do I get started?

Book your fertility woman’s check up, which includes – Blood tests to measure your ovarian reserve, ultrasound scan and a consultation with a fertility specialist.

What are the chances of pregnancy using frozen eggs?

A woman’s chances of conceiving naturally fall as she gets older because the quality and number of her eggs drops. Egg freezing can help to preserve fertility by freezing the eggs when the woman is younger.

Pregnancy can depend on the number of eggs we retrieve, how successfully they survive the freeze-thaw process and how many are fertilised and the quality embryos are available for transfer.

Depending on your age and medical history, we may advise you to consider IVF and freeze embryos instead. 

What is the right age to freeze my eggs?

The younger you are when you freeze your eggs, the better. Egg quality is affected by your age and typically fertility and egg quality starts to decline in your 30s. Egg freezing when you are below the age of 35 will give you your best chance of a successful future pregnancy.