Your co-ordination appointment is where you are taken through your regime of drugs, and shown how to take them. It’s also the time when you officially consent to undergo fertility treatment, and we go over the legal side of things. This is an important part of the process which ensures that your parenthood will be recognised legally after treatment.

We strongly recommend that everyone involved in the treatment comes to the consenting appointment. It generally takes 60 minutes.

Requirements

We need to have the following things in place before you book a co-ordination appointment:

  • A booking form which you have agreed with your Consultant
  • The results of any investigations requested by your Consultant
  • Virology screening results for the female patient receiving treatment
  • Virology screening results for a partner unless using donor sperm
  • Photographic ID and passport numbers (or NHS Numbers) for yourself and your partner if applicable.

Why do I have to attend a co-ordiantion appointment?

This appointment is with a member of our nursing team, who will explain the stimulation regime that we’ve worked out for your treatment. They will answer any questions you have about the process. Please ask questions, it’s what we’re here for. Some people find it useful to write down the questions beforehand, to make sure they don’t forget to ask!

  • Your drugs and how to use them
    The nurse will explain each step of your stimulation regime, talking through the process of fertilisation and IVF/ICSI or IUI (depending on the relevant options).
  • Consent forms
    The nurse will also go through each consent form with you and explain what you are agreeing to. It’s really important that you feel comfortable with what is written on the forms.
  • Treatment costs
    The balance of treatment costs is due before this appointment. If you are unsure about the amount you are required to pay please call us on 020 7993 0870.

If you have access to the internet, it’s a good idea to look at the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority website before your consenting appointment. You can learn more about important aspects of the consent forms here.

Prescription

After you have completed your consent forms and paid for treatment, the nurse will arrange for your prescription to be sent to the dispensing pharmacy, who will contact you directly for payment. The drugs are normally delivered to your home address. The drug costs will be clarified during the appointment.

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