I’m looking for reputable fertility centres in London. I’m in a same-sex relationship and specifically looking for centres that perform IVF treatments for women couples.
I also would like to know if it’s possible for my partner and me to get an NHS funded IVF treatment.03/31/2020 at 1:32 pm
we had our shared motherhood IVF at the London Women’s Clinic. Thanks to them we’re now moms of gorgeous twins 🙂04/11/2020 at 9:02 am
sorry for responding so late, hope you’re still active here. You know how things are now these days, with that lockdown going on, it’s a mess. What do you mean with shared motherhood IVF? What does this mean? Could you give me more information about this fertility centre? May I also ask you if you got an NHS funded treatment or did you have to assume the costs yourself?05/15/2020 at 10:11 am
Reciprocal IVF is an option for achieving pregnancy in lesbian couples. This assisted reproductive technique allows both women to participate in the pregnancy since one will provide the eggs and the genetic load; while the other will carry the pregnancy to term.
The choice of who will be in charge of each part will be yours, although taking into account the medical recommendations. In the following article you can learn more about this method: What Is Reciprocal IVF? – Everything Lesbian Couples Need To Know.
On the other hand, if you are interested in the London Women’s Clinic, I invite you to visit their profile analysis. Here you will find information regarding the medical team, the treatments they perform, the success rates, etc. Clinic overview of London Women’s Clinic.
Regarding your question about an NHS funded fertility treatment, it is unfortunately still not possible for lesbian couples to get reciprocal IVF available on the NHS. However, fertility centers mostly offer favorable fertility financing conditions.
Last but not least, you can access the Fertility Report, a totally free tool for our readers with which you will obtain a personalized document of the clinics in your area of interest that meet our quality criteria. You will also receive information on prices, explanations of treatments, useful advice for your first visit, etc.
Hope this helps,
wish you all the best.05/17/2020 at 6:15 pm
Pardon, what? Just because we’re Lesbians we don’t have access to treatments via NHS?? How can that be? That’s discrimination!05/22/2020 at 9:16 am