Bourn Hall and their fantastic free IVF offer

We are so excited to announce that the wonderful Bourn Hall Clinic is offering our next free IVF. 

What makes this so very special is that the Bourn Hall Clinic was founded by IVF pioneers Mr Patrick Steptoe and Professor Robert Edwards, who were responsible for bringing into the world the first IVF test tube baby, Louise Brown in 1978.

It is in these amazing gentlemen’s honour that we, at IVF Babble, felt it so important to mark the 40th anniversary of IVF, together with leading clinics, by offering free IVFs around the globe.

Here the wonderful Michael Macnamee of Bourn Hall talks about their fantastic clinic and this wonderful IVF offer

We spoke to Bourn Hall on why they have decided to be a part of the free IVF initative

The 40th Anniversary of IVF is particularly poignant to us at Bourn Hall as this is where it all started. The founders of IVF Professor Robert Edwards and Mr Patrick Steptoe believed that everyone had the right to have a family and we feel that being part of this giveaway is an opportunity to continue their vision and honour their legacy.

And here they tell us more about the wonderful Bourn Hall Clinic

Bourn Hall was founded in 1980 by Professor Edwards and Mr Steptoe, the people responsible for the birth of the world’s first IVF baby, Louise Brown. We now have clinics across the East of England and are extremely proud of our consistently high success rates.

Family is at the core of everything we do, we consider our patients an extension of the Bourn Hall Family and strive to help as many people as possible achieve their dream. We know that family comes in all different forms and that every patient’s journey is individual and unique and we seek to support them every step of the way.

Bourn Hall has helped create over 18,000 babies and currently a Bourn Hall baby is born every 8 hours.


We can’t thank Bourn Hall enough for this incredibly kind offer.

All you need to do is head to our Free IVF Offer page, answer a few questions and enter!


Terms and Conditions

The prize includes initial consultation, pre-treatment tests (ultrasound scan, AMH blood test, semen assessment, virology screening etc), 1 cycle of IVF treatment, plus ICSI if required (below is what is included with our IVF treatment package).

Medical and nursing care

All in-treatment laboratory tests and procedures

All monitoring and scanning costs

Cyst aspiration (if required)

Local anaesthetic or Intravenous sedation (for egg collection only)

Egg Collection

First year storage

Embryo transfer

Pregnancy urine test

Pregnancy ultrasound scan

Follow up consultation (if taken within two months of treatment completion)


The winner of the prize will have to pay for their medications, blastocyst and cost of freezing any leftover gametes plus the storage of these gametes after the first year. If the male partner requires andrology treatment the consultation with an andrologist is included but any procedures such as SSR etc the winner would have to pay for themselves. The prize also doesn’t include any adjuvant treatments such as EEVA, intralipids, IMSI etc but these could be added on at an additional cost. The value of this prize is in excess of £5000.

This prize does not include any costs of having donor treatment

If the prize winner needed donor eggs or sperm we would deduct the costs of the above and the recipient would need to pay the additional costs.

This prize could not be used against surrogacy treatment.

Will the subscriber be treated immediately and what is the age limit

We will liaise with the subscriber and aim to get them a consultation to start treatment as soon as possible, depending on their cycle. The age limit for patients to have treatment using their own eggs is 43, if they are over this age we would only offer treatment using donated eggs up to a maximum age of 50.

Any offer of treatment is subject to the relevant welfare of child checks and also please be aware we are unable to treat people here who are Hep B, C or HIV positive. Patients would also need to have a suitable BMI to undergo treatment, if the patient or partner BMI is too high treatment will not be able to start until this is reduced to within the required limits.

If the subscriber has travelled to a Zika affected country they will be required to wait the length of the relevant quarantine period before treatment could commence.

How will this work if the winner doesn’t live in the UK

The winner can choose from any one of our clinics to have their treatment (Cambridge, Norwich, Colchester, Wickford). If they live outside of the UK they will need to arrange to be in the UK for the duration of their treatment. This would be for the subscriber to arrange and any costs incurred would be the responsiiblity of the winner.

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