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In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) is the mixing of eggs and sperm in a laboratory to facilitate fertilisation outside the body; some of you may have heard this being referred to as a “test tube baby”.

What does IVF involve?

IVF is a complicated process and it is easy to feel confused or intimidated. Staff at the Unit will be more than happy to talk through the process with you and go over any parts that you do not understand. If you are considering having treatment with IVF, please make sure that you read our patient information pack, as it contains more detailed information and do not hesitate to Contact Us if you have any queries.

In very simple terms, IVF involves:

This process is carried out via a series of steps.

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Page Last Modified: 15th March 2017


The Hull Andrology Unit has relocated its services from Hull Royal Infirmary to a new purpose built facility on the Hesslewood Office Park from Friday 1st October 2021.

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