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Ovulation induction

Ovulation induction (OI) is a fertility treatment that uses medication to stimulate ovulation and the likelihood of an egg in that cycle.

What is ovulation induction?

Ovulation occurs when an ovary releases an egg. For some people who have ovarian failure, irregular periods or no periods, it can make conception more challenging.

Ovulation induction (OI) is a fertility treatment that uses medication to stimulate ovulation and the likelihood of an egg in that cycle.

Fertility drugs are also the main treatment used for people with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) or hormonal imbalances.

Who is ovulation induction best for?

Women with PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
Irregular periods or no periods
Hormonal imbalances in men or women
For men who have low motility in sperm or small numbers of sperm
Total cost: £895

All inclusive cost. No surprises.

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Usual Patient Profile

Ovulation induction can be a good treatment line if you have been diagnosed with PCOS or another type of condition where you don't ovulate at all, or your ovulation is very irregular.

Usual Patient Profile

You are a good candidate if you meet any of the following critera:

→ If you have been trying to get pregnant for a year, we usually recommend fertility diagnostics. In certain situations, we may recommend them sooner than this.

→ If you have any questions on whether diagnostics are right for you, please get in touch with one of our advisors to discuss your background and fertility history.

How is this diagnosed?

If you suffer from irregular periods or absence of regular periods, this is defined as anovulation. Blood tests to check thyroid, prolactin and progesterone levels can also indicate anovulation or hormone imbalances. Sperm tests done at home or in a clinic test the sperm quality and quantity. 

What medication is used?

The most common fertility drugs used for ovulation induction are either the hormone medications Clomifene (Clomid) or Letrozole (Femara). These are taken as tablets between days 2 and 6 of your cycle. If your body doesn’t respond to the tablets, then the next step may be to have medication injections of gonadotrophins to stimulate the ovaries.

How does ovulation induction work?

The medications contain hormones identical to the ones in your body stimulate the growth of follicles in the ovaries to produce eggs. The stimulated cycle is monitored by blood tests and ultrasound scans and advice on when is the best time to have intercourse or potentially IUI.

Are there any risks?

There can be a risk of developing too many follicles which can lead to having multiples (twins, triplets etc). There are increased risks with multiples pregnancies.

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Our approach to ovulation induction is different

All inclusive pricing and as much at-home care as possible.

Our costs may look higher. But, you won’t get any surprises.

All-inclusive pricing means that the quoted price covers everything, including medications, monitoring, procedures, and any other necessary services.

You won't get any surprises or hidden costs later on. With other clinics, you may not include certain expenses upfront, so you could end up paying more than you expected.

Total cost: £895

All inclusive cost. No surprises.


Everything included, from appointments to medication


No unexpected payments


Pay in full or set up a plan

What's included

Differently from all other fertility clinics, we have included the fees associated with the below medications in our treatment packages;

Down regulation and Ovarian Stimulation-

Buserelin, Suprecur

Decapeptyl, Prostap, Synarel/Nafarelin (Nasal Spray)

Fyremadel and Cetrotide injections

Norethisterone, Contraceptive pill

Oestrogen pill and Oestrogen patches

GonalF, Bemfola, Menopur, Meriofert

Gonasi, Ovitrelle

Luteal support-

Progesterone pessaries and tablets (Cyclogest and Utrogestan)

Oestrogen tablets or patches

Your Apricity Clinician will always select the best treatment protocol for you to maximise your chances.  Your treatment protocol will determine which medication you are advised to take.  You will not necessarily be required to take all of the medication that is included in your treatment package and you may be advised to take medication that is not included in your treatment package. 

What’s not included

In some cases, your consultant may prescribe additional medications on an individual basis to address specific concerns, for example, preventing blood clotting.

Some of these may not be included in your treatment package and would therefore be subject to additional charges.


Clexane and Aspirin


Steroids (eg prednisolone)


Progesterone Injections (eg lubion or IM injections

Cancellations and refunds

Additional services

We are committed to providing a fertility journey based around your needs and preferences. Explore our additional services, which you can add to enhance your package upfront or any stage of your treatment.


Blood Tests

At home with a nurse


Per session (Avg. 6 per cycle)

Egg, Sperm & Embryo Storage

Per year, additional storage





Why choose Apricity

Fertility treatment that works to make your life easier, not harder.

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To find out if ovulation induction is right for you, book a free consultation with one of our team.

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