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2020-11-03
FAQ general IVF support TTC Covid-19: Second Lockdown and Impact on Fertility Treatments
Lukas Beranek

On Saturday 31 October the Prime Minister announced a second lockdown in England beginning, subject to Parliamentary approval, on Thursday 5 November. Patients considering or going through something so emotionally challenging such as fertility treatment are now understandably anxious. We have therefore issued the following statement. 

2020-10-06
egg donation egg donor FAQ support Egg Donation at City Fertility
Karin Flyckt

Egg Donation treatment and its process might be somewhat complicated comparing to a standard IVF. Where to start, what to do first, what are the individual steps throughout the journey... and many more questions. That's why we at GENNET City Fertility are here to help you and answer any questions you might have.

We are also very pleased to be able to offer our patients different choices when it comes to receiving donated eggs. Apart from a standard route of having egg donation in the UK, we are proud to work with our clinics abroad to offer you different options at a different cost. 

2020-08-24
FAQ general IVF support Breakdown of IVF treatment and improving our services
Beilul Araya

One of the most important criteria when choosing a fertility clinic is definitely the cost. Patients are understandably afraid that more and more hidden costs will increase the final bill and they might not be able to afford it. That's why we continuously look to improve the way our treatment packages are put together and that is why we are so proud about our prices being reasonable. Our Senior Administrator Beilul has prepared a short article about what we have done with our IVF packages, a short guide on individual steps throughout the treatment when it comes to billing and also how we listen to your feedback. 

2020-08-09
donor sperm FAQ general IVF sperm support Donor Sperm - What do I need to know?
Georgina Pool

Thousands of babies are born each year with the help of sperm donors. Donor sperm has been safely used to achieve successful pregnancies for same-sex couples and single women and allows couples to become parents where the male partner has a low sperm count, isn’t producing any sperm at all or if there is a high risk of passing on a genetic condition.