5 of the BEST fertility clinics in Liverpool

There are [5] fertility centers in Liverpool with different treatment pricings and IVF packages. The IVF clinics in Liverpool offer a wide range of services such as the hysterosalpingogram, semen analysis, fertility medications, intrauterine insemination, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and screening, elective egg freezing, gestational surrogacy, LGBT family planning and other forms of therapy and treatment.











Liverpool Women's Hospital Crown Street, L8 7SS Liverpool, United Kingdom

01517024121


Features: Private clinic

Certification: HFAE certified



Become a Sperm Donor

Pall Mall Medical 5 St. Pauls Square, L3 9SJ Liverpool, United Kingdom

03452661272


Features: Private clinic

Certification: HFAE certified



Fertility & Conception Unit First Floor Womens & Childrens Building Countess of Chester Hospital Liverpool Road, CH2 1UL Chester, United Kingdom

01244 677797


Features: Private clinic

Certification: HFAE certified



Red Brow Ln, Daresbury Park, WA4 4GE Warrington, United Kingdom

01925202180


Features: Private clinic

Certification: HFAE certified



8 Princes Dock Pier Head, L3 1DL Liverpool, United Kingdom

0800 5642270


Features: Private clinic



Quick info - UK fertility treatment costs in 2020:


Average price of standard IVF with ovarian stimulation:

3,762

Average ICSI price:

1,088

Average Egg donation recipients price:

7,826

Average Embryo donation recipients price:

3,693

Average Sperm donation recipients price:

3948








Packages & Deals | 2020

Be sure to check out IVF packages and other special offers from fertility clinics.






General Information

Liverpool is located in a range of hills up to 70 m high. The city center is located about 8 km inland from Liverpool Bay and the Irish Sea. The population of Liverpool in 2002 was 441,477 and the Mersey Conurbation at that time had a population of 1,362,026.


History

Although King John established Liverpool as a district in 1207, the city's population was only about 500 in the mid-16th century. In the 17th century, trade gradually developed and the population increased slightly.

At the beginning of the 19th century, 40% of the world's trade took place in Liverpool, and this was reflected in the construction of many magnificent buildings. In 1830, the Liverpool and Manchester Railway were put into operation. The population grew sharply, especially after 1840 by the influx of immigrants, especially from Ireland. Around 1851, the Irish made up about 25% of the city's population. At the beginning of the 20th century, another wave of immigration from Europe manifested itself.

At the end of the 20th century, the city authorities concentrated on the gradual regeneration of the economy. Among other things, Liverpool is trying to take advantage of the popularity of music groups formed in the 1960s, and thus attract tourists.


Liverpool - Quick guide

Liverpool is internationally recognized as a major cultural center with a rich history, especially in the field of popular music. During the 1960s, the city was also known for its poets, such as Roger McGough and Adrian Henri.

Liverpool is home to two Premier League football clubs - Liverpool F.C. at Anfield Stadium and Everton F.C. at Goodison Park Stadium. Both boast a rich history - Liverpool is a 19-time English champion, has won the Champions League six times and the English Cup seven times. Everton is the club that has played in the Premier League the longest, is a nine-time English champion, has won the English Cup five times and the Cup Winners' Cup once.


Interesting facts

In 2004, the Liverpool Coast was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, reflecting the city's importance in the development of maritime trade and the technological development of docks. The most famous dock is Albert Dock - the first closed dock built of non-combustible material and the first building in the UK built only of cast iron, brick and stone.



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