Compare 2 fertility clinics in Southampton

There are [2] fertility centers in Southampton with different treatment pricings and IVF packages. The IVF clinics in Southampton offer various kinds of fertility diagnosis, such as In Vitro Fertilization, egg donation, sperm donation, IUI insemination, male infertility treatment, egg freezing, surrogacy programs and LGBT family building.








Princess Anne Hospital Mailpoint 626, Level G Coxford Road, SO16 5YA Southampton, United Kingdom

02380010570


Digital transparency index

28%

Features: Private

Certification: HFAE member




The Freya Centre 72-74 Anglesea Road, SO15 5QS Southampton, United Kingdom

02380706000


Digital transparency index

26%

Features: Private

Certification: HFAE member




Quick info - UK fertility treatment costs in 2021:


Medications, pretests and additional procedures not included.

Please note that ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY based on your unique needs.


Average price of standard IVF with ovarian stimulation:

5,350

Average ICSI treatment price:

1,541

Average price of IVF with Egg donation:

11,127

Average price of IVF with Embryo donation:

5,249

Average price of IVF with Sperm donation:

5,618








Packages & Deals | 2021

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General Information

Southampton is a city, a separate administrative unit and port on the south coast of England. It is the nearest large town near the New Forest and is located about halfway between Portsmouth and Bournemouth. Southampton is the center of a conurbation unofficially referred to as Greater Southampton.


History

Although the findings confirm the existence of settlements in this area from the Stone Age, the first permanent seat was founded by the Romans. It was called Clausentum and was a major trading port for the great Roman cities of Winchester and Salisbury.

The Anglo-Saxons moved the city center across the Itchen River to its current location, and even then it was a major port.

In the 13th century, the city became the most important port in the country, mainly due to the wool trade. In 1417, the Wool House was built as a wool warehouse for trade with Flanders and Italy. This building is now used as a naval museum and is located near Town Quay. It also contains an exhibition dedicated to the ship Titanic, which sailed from here on April 10, 1912 on its fateful voyage.

The city has the first permanent monument dedicated to the city that fell in the First World War. It was erected on November 6, 1920 and at that time contained 1,000 names, which were later added to the number 2,008. It is located in West Park, opposite the Titanic Memorial.


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The city is home to the University of Southampton and Southampton Solent University. At the time of opening, West Quay was the largest shopping center in Europe in the city center. The city is also the seat of the State Geodetic Office of Great Britain and the National Oceanographic Center.

Southampton is referred to as a green city for its large number of public green spaces and parks. It is said that wherever you are in the city, you see at least one green area around you. The largest park is Southampton Common, one part of which is the venue for summer festivals, circuses and amusement parks. The park is larger than London's Hyde Park and includes a wildlife reserve on the site of the original Southampton Zoo, swimming pool and several lakes and ponds.


Interesting facts

A popular sport for which the city has very good conditions is yachting. Many yacht clubs are located on the Hamble River and in Ocean Village, the local harbor.

Many of these clubs provide the opportunity to teach the basics of sailing. From 1977 to 2001, the Whitbread Around the World Yacht Race (now known as the Volvo Ocean Race) started in Southampton.



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