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Complete Fertility Centre

Complete Fertility Centre

023 8000 0492Princess Anne Hospital, G Level, Coxford Road, Southampton, SO16 5YAUK
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday08:00 - 16:00
Thursday08:00 - 16:00
Friday08:00 - 16:00
Prices from £125 - Enquire for a fast quote from Complete Fertility Centre. Excellent ServiceScore™: 4.3 from 296 votes. 1 verified patient review.

Popular Treatments

Fertility Specialist Consultation £200 - £300
Egg Donor from £750
IVF - In Vitro Fertilisation from £3995
AI - Artificial Insemination £1050 - £9200
Egg Freezing from £3600
ICSI - Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection from £4995
IUI - Intrauterine Insemination from £1050
Blastocyst Transfer
Ovulation Induction £400 - £600
Sperm Freezing from £370
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About Complete Fertility Centre

Complete Fertility understands your deep wish for a child and our goal is to make that wish a reality. Our team of experienced and caring professionals will help provide you with the very best chance of conception and having a baby. Complete Fertility Centre Southampton offers personally tailored consultations, tests and a full range of assisted conception treatments to help you have a baby. Patients have access to the latest developments in fertility medicine and technology based on world leading research.

Our range of treatments and our friendly, supportive environment leaves a lasting positive impression with patients and gives them the best possible start to their children.

Complete Fertility Centre is located within Princess Anne Hospital, the university teaching hospital, giving the centre direct access to all the other services within the hospital so that patients can enjoy continuity of care.

The Centre treats NHS and self-funding patients.

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"the staff at Complete Fertility were amazing"
4.5 50Reviewed 26 Oct 2015 We were unable to verify the reviewer.
Treatment Received: Fertility Specialist Consultation
IUI with donor sperm as in same sex relationship. The Consultant guided us through our options thoroughly. Many other reasons too - the staff at Complete Fertility were amazing, nothing was too much trouble and we were always greeted by friendly faces.
There were many things about the way Complete Fertility is set up that made the whole process very positive including evening appointments, regular face to face meetings with our consultant, practising the embryo transfer process prior to treatment, the relaxed environment and the calm and measured staff. Cumulatively, these features reinforced the feeling of being treated as individuals rather than being lumped onto a conveyor belt. The short protocol that we followed at Complete was so much less gruelling and draconian when compared with the long protocol regime at our previous clinic.
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"Very knowledgeable, honest and lovely!"
5 50Reviewed 16 Dec 2014 Verified user. Review confirmed by email.
Treatment Received: Fertility Specialist Consultation

Great open evening, but they do not offer the service I wanted. Would definitely use them though as they were all very knowledgeable, honest and lovely!
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Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Access without steps


£1050 - £9200
AI - Artificial Insemination
IUI package £1050

IVF recipient of all eggs from an altruistic egg donor £9200

Blastocyst Transfer

Included in IVF and ICSI packages (to a value of £500)

from £750
Egg Donor

By donatng your eggs you will offer women who previously thought they couldnt have children the chance to start a family. Egg donors receive a total of £750.

from £3600
Egg Freezing

Egg freezing package £3600

Fees include:

Pre-treatment screening tests

Consultations - medical, nursing and embryology

Ultrasound scans


Egg retrieval

Egg freezing/storage up to one year

Fees exclude:

Stimulation drugs approximately £600 to £1200

Egg storage per additional year £265

£500 - £2075
Egg Sharing
Access egg sharing S2 package £500

Complete egg sharing S3 package £2075

More info: 

£200 - £300
Fertility Specialist Consultation

Initial private medical consultation £200. 

Medical consent treatment consultation £300

Fertility Test
from £280
Male Fertility Test
Includes lifestyle and health questionnaire; semen analysis and consultation
from £320
Women Fertility Test
Include lifestyle and health questionnaire; AMH blood test; ultrasound scan and consultation
£480 - £500
Couples Fertility Test
Couple (male and female) £480

Couple (both female) £500

from £500
Lesbian Couple Fertility Check
Include lifestyle and health questionnaire; AMH blood test; ultrasound scan for both partners and consultation
from £1350
FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer

Fees include:

Consultations & follow up appointment within 6 months

Screening tests

Ultrasound scans

Early pregnancy scan

Blastocyst culture if appropriate (to a value of £500) 

Fees exclude:

Stimulation drugs approximately £150

from £4995
ICSI - Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection

Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is a type of IVF treatment that involves the injection of a single sperm straight into each egg. The fertilised egg (embryo) can then be transferred into the womb of the woman as in a normal IVF cycle.

Fees include:

All that is included in the IVF package plus £1000 for ICSI.

from £1050
IUI - Intrauterine Insemination

Intra Uterine Insemination is a treatment whereby the woman is helped to conceive by specially prepared sperm being placed directly into the womb at the time when eggs are being released. Production of eggs is helped by the use of fertility drugs. When you are about to ovulate, the most motile sperm will be used for insemination.

Fees include:

Pre-treatment screening tests for both partners

Consultations - medical, nursing, sperm preparation and follow up within 6 months

Ultrasound scans


Early pregnancy scan

Fees exclude:

Stimulation drugs approximately £150 to £250

Extras for DI-IUI

Donor sperm for 1 cycle £800. For 3 cycles £1600. The cost of each IUI cycle is paid for separately and in addition to donor sperm.

HFEA fee £37.50

from £3995
IVF - In Vitro Fertilisation

Eggs are removed from the ovaries and fertilised with sperm in a laboratory dish before being placed in the woman’s womb.

Fees include:

Pre-treatment screening tests for both partners

Consultations - medical and nursing, embryology and follow up within 3 months 

Ultrasound scans


Egg retrieval, sedation and embryo transfer

Blastocyst culture 

Early pregnancy scan

Access to patient support group

Fees exclude:

HFEA fee £75

Stimulation drugs approximately £600 to £1200


Embryo freezing and storage for 1 year £500

ICSI £1000

Donor sperm if required £800 (use of donor sperm requires ICSI but there is no additional charge for this)

£6200 - £9200
IVF with Donor Eggs
IVF recipient of eggs from a known egg donor or partner R2 £6200

IVF recipient of all eggs from an altruistic donor R3 £9200

£400 - £600
Ovulation Induction

Medication is used to stimulate your ovaries into producing more eggs.

Ovulation induction with gonadotropins £600

Ovulation induction with clomifene £400

£125 - £399
Sperm Assessment
Semen analysis £125

Sperm Comet (checks for DNA damage in sperm) £399

from £370
Sperm Freezing

Sperm freezing for treatment including one year storage £370

Each additional years storage £265

Long term storage of sperm £175/year

from £1300
Surgical Sperm Retrieval

In cases where no sperm is in the ejaculate, sperm may be extracted from the testicles under anaesthesia.

Surgical sperm retrieval £1300

Fee excludes:


Storage fee

Screening tests

PESA - Percutaneous Sperm Aspiration
TESA - Testicular Sperm Extraction

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Private Patients Welcome


CIGNA Healthcare

Mr Nick Macklon

Job Title:

Nick Macklon co-founder of Complete Fertility, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, is an international leader in fertility medicine. His ongoing research in this field has resulted in improved IVF outcomes for patients throughout the world.

Professor Macklon holds the Chair in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Southampton, and is a Consultant Gynaecologist and Director of Complete Fertility Centre Southampton. He is the HFEA Person Responsible for the Centre. He is internationally recognised as a leading authority in infertility and as a pioneer in the field of Periconceptional MedicineIn 2005 he was appointed to the Chair of Infertility and Periconceptional Medicine at the University Medical Centre, Utrecht, The Netherlands, where he led the largest IVF unit in the Netherlands, and set up the first Dutch transport service in pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, and first integrated service in Periconceptional Medicine in Europe. His research interests include ovarian stimulation, implantation and periconceptional determinants of fertility and health, areas in which he has published extensively.

Dr Ying Cheong

Job Title:

Dr Ying Cheong co-founder of Complete Fertility, Consultant Gynaecologist,has worked in many of the UK’s leading IVF clinics and is an expert in fertility surgery and miscarriage. She leads ground breaking fertility research projects to increase understanding of the beginnings of pregnancy.

Ying Cheong is trained and specialised in fertility treatment and fertility surgery, both laparoscopic (key hole) and open. She is currently one of the consultants running Complete Fertility Centre Southampton. Her other key areas of clinical interests include endometriosis, recurrent miscarriage, polycystic ovarian disease and adhesions. She is also involved with extensive research in embryo development and nutrition.

Dr Nicholas Brook

Job Title:
  Fertility Medicine, Gynaecology

Mr Nick Brook, Consultant Gynaecologist, has over ten years fertility experience, including work with Lord Professor Robert Winston. He has worked at many top London clinics and specialises in male fertility treatment, endocrinology and miscarriage.

Nick Brook achieved his medical degree at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1993. After this, he trained in London and was admitted as a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2003. Having completed his research under the supervision of Lord Professor Robert Winston at the Hammersmith Hospital, he completed his infertility and general gynaecology training at Guys and St Thomas Hospital in London under Professor Peter Braude and the team. Mr Brook along with his colleague Miss Ying Cheong has established specialised fertility clinics at Complete Fertility Centre including Recurrent Miscarriage, Endocrine/Fertility, and Male Infertility.

Mr Rowland Rees

Job Title:
  Fertility Medicine, Urological Surgery

Rowland is a Consultant Urologist at University Hospital Southampton and a subspecialist in andrology and genito-urethral reconstructive surgery. He underwent urological training in Wessex, and also spent 4 years in research and fellowship posts at London’s largest andrology centre. In 2009, he set up a regional service for Wessex, now based at Southampton. His aim is to enhance the investigation and treatment of subfertile men, and particular interests are improving outcomes in severe male factor infertility, vasectomy reversal.

Dr Mili Saran

Job Title:

Dr Mili Saran, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, has trained in various UK hospitals since 2002, including Barts Health NHS Trust in London. Mili then gained advanced training in Subfertility and Reproductive Health at University Hospital Southampton.


In 2008 Mili became a member of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. She attained her Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in 2013 and was entered on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council that year.


Mili joined Complete Fertility in July 2013 as Senior Special Interest Training Fellow. She has been actively involved in ongoing quality and training improvement within the Centre as well as supporting ongoing research projects led by Professor Macklon and Dr Cheong.

Dr Kirsten Schmidt

Job Title:

Dr Kirsten Schmidt, Consultant Gynaecologist, is an expert in fertility preservation for cancer patients. She earned her university degree in 1992 and specialised in gynaecology and obstetrics in 2008. In 2005 she achieved a PhD degree from the University of Copenhagen with the thesis "Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue from girls and women prior to treatment of a malignant disease". Her research continues to focus on the fertility preservation in cancer patients. Dr Kirsten Schmidt joins Complete Fertility to work with patients whose reproductive potential is threatened by cancer therapy such as hematologic malignancies or breast cancer and as such these patients may wish to preserve their fertility. Counselling is offered to eligible patients for the fertility preservation programme at Complete to enable patients to be fully supported. Dr Kirsten Schmidt also works at the Fertility Clinic, University Hospital of Copenhagen (Rigshospitalet). Here she is a fertility specialist in IVF and she is also clinically responsible for the fertility preservation programme, including counselling and choosing patients eligible for cryopreservation of ovarian tissue.

Mrs Julia Paget

Job Title:
  Aesthetic Medicine Physician

Head of Fertility Centre

Julia Paget co-founder of Complete Fertility, is certified as a senior embryologist at European level. She has worked on three continents at three of the world’s top laboratories all of which have achieved pregnancy rates of above 50%.

Julia Paget is the laboratory director, senior embryologist and quality manager at Complete Fertility Centre Southampton. She has over 15 years experience in clinical embryology including 5 years working at pioneering clinics in New York and New Zealand. In the UK, Julia has worked in IVF clinics in Manchester and at the Lister Hospital, London. Julia has consulted in IVF laboratories in the USA as an embryo biopsy practitioner and has implemented successful blastocyst culture systems in many clinics. She has taught embryology techniques and micromanipulation at workshops and clinics around the world. More recently she has overseen the design and build of the new IVF facility at Complete Fertility Centre Southampton. At Complete Fertility Centre, she oversees all functions of the IVF and andrology laboratories and has designed and implemented a quality management system for the centre. She is a certified Senior Embryologist at European level, a Diplomate of the Royal College of Pathologists and a Health Professionals Council state registered clinical scientist. She also sits on the executive committee for the Association of Clinical Embryologists and on the Board of National Representatives for the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology.

Ms Anne Woodward

Job Title:

Anne Woodward, RGN, RM, Advanced Diploma in Midwifery. Anne is the NHS Outpatient Coordinator, Fertility Nurse Specialist, and has been working at the CFU since 2000. Prior to this she has a background in Midwifery since 1986.
Anne is experienced in coordinating and planning treatment cycles and performing the Donor Insemination and IUI treatment. She has successfully completed the Ultrasound in Fertility Imaging MSc Radiology module and an Early Pregnancy Ultrasound Course.
Anne undertakes the follicle tracking ultrasound and early pregnancy scans for her patients, providing continuity of care, and is committed to ensuring a high quality and professional service with a friendly approach.

Ms Jane Nicholls

Job Title:
  Operations Manager

Jane Nicholls, RGN, RM, Clinical Operational Manager. Jane completed her initial RGN training at the Conquest Hospital, Hastings in 1996 and commenced training as a midwife in 1998. On completion she worked in Plymouth and Exeter before moving to Scotland in 2004. Whilst in Scotland, Jane worked for the Edinburgh Fertility Reproductive Endocrinology Centre (EFREC) gaining experience of working with various fertility treatments including IVF and ICSI.


A move back south saw her working as a community midwife in Portsmouth before taking up her position at the Complete Fertility Centre. Jane is the Clinical Operational Manager at CFU. She is very focused on providing a safe, friendly environment for all of her patients and colleagues making the whole process a rewarding and enjoyable experience for all concerned.

Ms Claire Mason

Job Title:

Claire Mason, Fertility Nurse Specialist, Preconception Healthcare Coordinator, RGN, Advanced Diploma in Adult Nursing. Claire has worked in women's health since she qualified in 2002. She initially worked on the Gynaecology Ward at Portsmouth Hospital. In 2005 Claire gained promotion to Senior Nurse in the Fertility and Early Pregnancy Assessment Units at Portsmouth. This role involved providing patient centred care for patients having fertility treatments and managing early pregnancy complications.
Claire joined Complete Fertility in April 2012. Her past experience has been invaluable in supporting patients through their emotional and psychological journey whilst undergoing fertility treatment at the Centre, an aspect of nursing Claire finds especially rewarding.

Ms Dawn Yell

Job Title:
  Practice Manager

Dawn Yell, Fertility Laboratory Manager. Dawn gained an MSc in Human Genetics from the University of Leeds. She began her career as an Embryologist in 2004 at the Hewitt Centre in Liverpool where she gained the ACE Certificate in Clinical Embryology. Dawn then went on to achieve state registration as a Clinical Embryologist whilst working at St Mary's Hospital, Manchester in 2009. In 2010 Dawn moved to Sydney and took up the position of Embryology Laboratory Manager at Genea (formerly Sydney IVF) for over 2 years. Dawn joined Complete Fertility in August 2013 where she will use her international experience in our laboratory.

Ms Ruth Wilde

Job Title:

Ruth Wilde, Fertility Counsellor. British Infertility Counselling Association (BICA) Chairperson.
Ruth has worked as a counsellor for over fourteen years specialising in infertility since 2002. She originally trained at the Gestalt Centre in London in 1996, and in 2007 completed specialist training in relationship counselling to complement the work she does with couples facing infertility.
She has worked as the senior fertility counsellor in some of the leading fertility clinics in Birmingham and London helping both NHS and private patients through their treatment journeys from initial diagnosis to the end of treatment and beyond.
Ruth is an active member of the British Infertility Counselling Association (BICA) and has been on their Executive Committee since 2008. She is also a member of the HFEA Licensed Centre’s Panel and has been since its inception. Ruth was elected to the British Fertility Society’s (BFS) Executive in 2010 and represents BICA’s interests and fertility counselling generally at national events and meetings.

Ms Teresa Gubbins

Job Title:
Teresa Gubbins, Fertility Nurse Specialist, Oncology Coordinator, RGN Dip HE, RM Dip HE. Teresa commenced her RGN training in 1991 at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester. Upon completion in 1994 she worked on the Medical Ward. A year later she became a Gynaecology Ward Nurse at the Princess Anne Hospital in Southampton. She then undertook Midwifery training the following year and became a midwife there in 1997. In 2000 Teresa became a Specialist Nurses in Early Pregnancy at the Bramshaw Women’s Unit of the Princess Anne Hospital. Teresa joined Complete Fertility in 2011 and haven gained such valuable experience she provides knowledgeable care, advice and support to our patients.

Ms Louise Hall

Job Title:

Louise Hall, Fertility Nurse Specialist, Male Fertility Coordinator, RGN, Bachelor of Nursing degree. Upon completing her degree, in 1996 at the University of Cape Town, Louise worked as a Midwife in Cape Town.

She moved to the UK in 2000 and worked in private practice as a Chemotherapy Specialist Nurse until 2004 when she then became a Fertility Nurse and a Bariatric Specialist Nurse in a satellite clinic. These positions gave Louise great opportunities to work alongside patients on their journey and she found this a very rewarding part of nursing.

Louise joined Complete Fertility in August 2013 and she is enjoying working as part of the team here.

Ms Tracy White

Job Title:
  Admin Team Leader

Tracy White, Fertility Administration Team Leader. Tracy comes to Complete Fertility with a wealth of administration experience as office manager, operations manager and business manager across multiple functions including finance, client management, contract management and human resources and in a variety of industries including Spa and Television. 

Tracy is patient orientated and she is delighted to join Complete Fertility and to support patients on their journey to parenthood. Tracy is currently studying for a CMI Level 7 Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership. Tracy enjoys keeping active, particularly endurance events including half marathons, full marathons and obstacle courses to help raise valuable funds for charity. She is currently triathlon training. Tracy also enjoys reading, baking and agility classes with her Labradoodle dog. She has recently also joined a clay pigeon shooting club.

Ms Julie Hedges

Job Title:
  Aesthetic Medicine Physician
Julie Hedges, Donor and Quality Coordinator. Julie joined the Princess Anne Hospital in 2003 working in the Ultrasound department as an Administration Assistant. She then became an Administrator in the Maternity Administration Office. In 2009 Julie returned to Ultrasound as the Office Manager. Julie joined Complete Fertility in May 2012 as Data and Quality Coordinator. Whilst at the Princess Anne Hospital Julie has gained an NVQ in Business Administration and a Level 3 Introductory Certificate in Management.
023 8000 0492Princess Anne Hospital, G Level, Coxford Road, Southampton, SO16 5YAUK