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

Here at King’s Fertility, we don’t just treat infertility, we treat you.

Every decision we make is made with you, and for you, based on your personal physiology, history and wishes. Together, we will find the best way forward using existing protocols – or if required, devising entirely new ones.

The difference between the various forms of IVF that we offer relates to the type and amount of medication used. Some, like natural IVF for example, don’t use any (or minimal) drugs and aim to collect the one egg that grows naturally in every monthly cycle. On the other hand, more conventional approaches aim to produce a greater number of eggs via the administration of stimulation medication. Similarly, mild stimulation IVF starts with low doses of medication to minimise the risk of overstimulation(for women with overactive ovaries) or to optimise egg quality (often used with older women).

While the same basic principles of treatment are shared among various protocols, there is not one single type or form of IVF that works best for everyone, and we firmly believe in offering the right stimulation protocol for the right situation.

Every woman’s fertility journey is unique; and so is our care.