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Your IVF + ICSI, One Price

Inclusive pricing with no hidden costs.

Welcome to Apricity Fertility - Start Your Journey To IVF and ICSI Success Today!

If you or your partner is facing male fertility issues, then ICSI fertility treatment may be best for you.

Choosing to do IVF is a big step, the last thing you need is additional financial stress.

At Apricity we offer all-inclusive IVF and ICSI treatment prices, ensuring that you receive the very best in care without the hassle of hidden fees.

Join the countless families who have turned their dreams into reality with Apricity Fertility.

Transparent Pricing

Say goodbye to hidden costs and unexpected fees. Our all-inclusive IVF & ICSI package covers everything from tests to medication and everything in between.

World-Class Expertise:

A team of specialist doctors, counsellors and nurses provide the highest standard of care and support throughout your IVF & ICSI journey.

Personalised Care:

We understand that every patient is unique. Your personalised treatment plan is tailored to your specific needs, increasing your chances of success.

Holistic Support:

You'll have access to a personal advisor 7 days a week through the Apricity mobile treatment app, a well as unlimited supportive counselling providing outstanding emotional support and care.

Proven Success:

Our track record of successful IVF & ICSI treatments speaks for itself. Our success rates consistently outperform the national average.

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What is ICSI?

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is a powerful fertility treatment where sperm is injected directly into the egg, offering hope for couples facing male infertility.

What's the difference between IVF and ICSI?

Both IVF and ICSI are a type of artificial insemination that fertilise collected eggs with sperm to create an embryo that’s later transferred into the womb. The difference lies in how this happens. Sperm and eggs are left to naturally fertilise during IVF, whereas ICSI individually injects single sperm into each egg to aid the process.

How does fertility treatment with Apricity work?

No need to travel miles to a clinic, our virtual clinic offers convenient solutions that work around your life.

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    First chat with a Fertility Advisor
    We'll talk through your fertility and medical history, order your diagnostic tests and answer any questions you have.
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    At-home fertility assessment
    That's right - you'll do your blood tests from the comfort of your home without visiting a clinic.
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    Ultrasound scan
    A quick and painless scan is carried out at an ultrasound location close to where you live, for some patients we offer scans at home.
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    Virtual consultation
    Speak with a fertility specialist in the privacy of your home to understand your results and any next steps.
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    Personalised treatment plan
    Your treatment will be planned around you, offering you the most convenient location for a clinic.
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    Mobile app & 7/7 support
    You'll get access to our mobile app to keep track of your treatment plan and have support 7 days a week from a dedicated advisor.

Our expert team at Apricity Fertility specialises in providing comprehensive services for IUI, helping you achieve your dream of starting a family.

Apricity's success rates

These graphs illustrate our success rates for all Apricity patients who were treated between 2020 and 2022 using own and donor eggs. We have compared them with the latest published national average from the HFEA (2018) so you can see what is considered 'normal' for clinics in the UK.

Apricity's success rates exceed the national average for all age groups

Almost 40% of the embryos transferred in 2022 resulted in a birth for patients under 38 and using their own eggs. This is 32% higher than the national average.

For all patients using their own eggs, regardless of age, Apricity produced more babies born per embryo transferred by 26%.

For those using donor eggs, success rates exceed 40% regardless of age

Age is much less impactful for patients when using donor eggs. Regardless of the birthing mother's age, 41% of embryos transferred resulted in a baby born.

Know more about success rates here.

How IVF with ICSI fertility treatment works

ICSI fertility treatment starts with a virtual doctor consultation where you and your partner can share your medical history and treatment preferences. Following the results of your fertility tests, you will decide whether ICSI is the most appropriate treatment for you.

The ICSI treatment process can be broken down into the following steps:

1. Ovaries are stimulated

A course of fertility medication in order to produce multiple eggs

2. Sperm and egg collection

A sperm sample is provided and a procedure under sedation to collect the eggs from the ovaries

3. Eggs are fertilised

The sperm and eggs are fertilised in the lab through single sperm injection

4. Embryos are cultured

5. Embryo transfer

The embryos are transferred into the uterus

6. You take a pregnancy test

Following two weeks after the embryo transfer event

FAQs about ICSI treatment

Is ICSI better than IVF?

IVF and ICSI are just as effective however for some couples, ICSI can be more successful. Particularly for those with male fertility issues. This is due to individual sperm being injected into the egg.

Is ICSI more expensive than IVF?

The cost of ICSI is slightly more expensive than IVF due to the enhancements in how the embryos are fertilised. With Apricity’s all inclusive packages, ICSI is £9,255 whereas IVF is £7,895.

How do I test male fertility?

The main way to check male fertility is with a semen analysis. This looks at the quality and quantity of sperm including appearance, concentration and motility. Our at-home

are a great place to start and are included within our ICSI treatment package.

Who is ICSI best for?

ICSI is recommended for those with male infertility issues. This may include low sperm count, poor motility or abnormally shaped sperm. It is also a next option for those who have previously gone through IVF.

Can you have ICSI if you don't have male infertility?

According to the HFEA, the chances of pregnancy are the same for those who don’t have evidence of male infertility, regardless of whether you have IVF or IVF and ICSI together.

How painful is ICSI?

ICSI is not a painful fertility treatment. Some patients may experience minimum discomfort after the egg collection procedure however it is carried out under anaesthetic. Injections required during ovary stimulation may cause a little pain but are mostly just slightly uncomfortable.

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