Fertility Treatment for Single Women

Download our free consultative guide to IVF and IUI for single women

Single women can choose to have a baby alone with the help of fertility treatment. By having IVF or IUI treatment with donor sperm, it is possible to become a biological mother without needing a male partner. However, we understand that there is a lot to consider before making this decision. That is why we’ve prepared a collection of valuable information and resources to help single women who are ready to start a family, available to download for free.


What can I find in this guide?

    • Practical information about the fertility treatment options available for single women, such as IVF or IUI with donor sperm
    • A step-by-step guide to the donor selection process and what to consider
    • Real stories from single mothers by choice
    • How to talk to your future child about your decision

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Did you know?

Single parent families make up a quarter of families in the UK, 90% of which are single mothers

The most common age for a single woman to have fertility treatment is 40 – 42 years old

Single parents are entitled to financial support, such as tax credits and childcare subsidies

According to the HFEA, more single women are having fertility treatment than ever before

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