Free IVF - your options

8 Responses to Free IVF: your options

  1. Sarah Payne says:

    Hi been trying for 5 years now to conceive been to hospital had all test done I can conceive but husband has a low sperm count looking to find out about eggs sharing or a sperm donor the cost and information we live in dorset

    • Herts & Essex Fertility says:

      Morning Sarah – Thank you for your message. We will be only to happy to provide any information that you need.

      At the moment we only have your email address, and it might be easier to chat through your questions over the phone. We receive calls every day from people who just want to get information or have questions to ask; there is no pressure or obligation – there is a lot to think about.

      Write your questions down, and have a pen and paper ready, and you can call 01992 78 50 60 to speak to one of our very experienced team (or try our donation/sharing nurses who are on 01992 78 50 65 but they might be busy with patients, so please leave a message and telephone number and they will call you back).
      Or, if you would like us to call you, please email your name, telephone number and a best time to call to: enquiries@hertsandessexfertility.com

      We look forward to hearing from you. H&E Nurses

  2. Trisha says:

    Hi my name is trisha. My girlfriend and I want to start a family in a couple of years. How would we go about free ivf treatment please? Many thanks!

    • Herts & Essex Fertility says:

      Hello Trisha – Thank you for your message. Trisha, many girl couples looking to start their families choose to take part in our Egg Sharing scheme/Partner Donation scheme, whereby the couple receives free treatment when one partner anonymously donates half of her collected eggs to help another woman who, for many reasons, needs treatment with donated eggs to have her family. To become an egg share donor there are some age, health and legal requirements set by the HFEA (The HFEA is the UK’s independent regulator of fertility treatment using eggs and sperm). We would be more than happy to chat to you and answer any questions you may have about receiving free IVF treatment – we receive calls about our egg sharing scheme daily. You can call 01992 78 50 60. Or, if you would like us to call you, it would be more secure if you email your name, telephone number and a best time to call you back, to: enquiries@hertsandessexfertility.com

      Read more about our egg sharing scheme for same-sex couples here: http://hertsandessexfertility.com/alternative-families/same-sex-couples/#sthash.QHegR2AX.dpuf

      H&E Team

  3. Jodie Austin says:

    Hi I have blocked tubes and my husband low sperm count, I still produce eggs. How do we find out if we could be part of an egg sharer programs please.? X
    Thankful

  4. Laura Coker says:

    Hi me and my girlfriend are wanting to start a family but we have no idear where to begin it is all so confusing we need some help thanks laura

    • Herts & Essex Fertility says:

      Hi Laura – Thank you for your message, very sorry that we have only just seen it. Laura, we hear this from so many girl couples who call us looking to start their families. We would be more than happy to chat with you and answer all the many questions you are bound to have. You can call 01992 78 50 60 or 01992 78 50 67. Or, if you would like us to call you, it would be more secure if you email your name, telephone number and the best time to call you back to enquiries@hertsandessexfertility.com – You might also want to come along and meet us at one of our regular monthly open evenings: http://hertsandessexfertility.com/open-evenings/

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