Christmas Opening Hours

  • 21st December – Normal operating hours 0900 - 1700
  • 22nd December – Normal operating hours 0900 - 1700
  • 23rd December – Normal operating hours 0900 - 1700
  • 24th December – Opening hours are 0900 - 1300
  • 25th December – Unit is closed
  • 26th December – Unit is closed
  • 27th December – Unit is closed
  • 28th December – Unit is closed
  • 29th December – Normal operating hours 0900 - 1700
  • 30th December – Normal operating hours 0900 - 1700
  • 31st December – Opening hours are 0900 – 1300
  • 1st January – Unit is closed
  • 2nd January – Unit open as normal for Saturday service 0900-1300
  • 3rd January –  Unit is closed
  • 4th January – Normal operating hours 0900 - 1700

What we offer

At King’s Fertility, we aim to fuse decades of experience with the latest technological and scientific breakthroughs. By tailoring protocols to your unique needs and characteristics we may opt to use emerging techniques that we feel may benefit you. First and foremost though, all our decisions are driven by evidence and in accordance with the HFEA.

ICSI Treatment

Around a third of cases of infertility are related to the sperm quality, and ICSI is one of the main techniques used in IVF to help overcome this. ICSI...

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Extended blastocyst culture

Previously in IVF, all embryos were transferred around two to three days after fertilisation, when they reached the ‘four to eight cell’ stage. Recent...

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Time-lapse imaging (EmbryoScopeTM)

Keeping embryos safe in the lab means keeping them in special culture incubators; while standard incubators mean removing the embryos at certain intervals...

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An embryo needs to ‘stick’ to the inner lining of the uterus in order for it to implant; and to help it, we can use a special substance called EmbryoGlue®....

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Physiological Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (PICSI)

Physiological intracytoplasmic sperm injection (PICSI) is a technique used to select sperm to use in ICSI treatment. It involves placing sperm with hyaluronic...

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Preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy (PGT-A)

In order for an embryo to implant and progress to be a normal pregnancy, it requires to contain the correct number of genetic material, known as chromosomes....

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Endometrial scratching

An endometrial scratch is a simple, out-patient procedure performed in the mid-luteal phase (second half) of a woman’s cycle, prior to beginning a cycle...

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Egg activation (calcium ionophore)

In order for an egg to allow a sperm to fertilise it and start developing into an embryo, it first has to be activated. In some women with previously unexpected...

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Assisted hatching

Before it can attach itself to the uterine lining, the embryo must ‘hatch’ – quite literally, it must break out of a protective shell called...

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