In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is currently the most common fertility treatment. IVF involves collecting a patient’s eggs and fertilising them with sperm in a laboratory to create embryos. The embryo is then transferred to a uterus to make a baby. Often several embryos will be created through fertilising the eggs and those not transferred can be frozen for patients to use in later treatment cycles. Our fertility nurse is on hand if you’d like to know more about IVF and taking the next steps.