Success Rates

One of the key considerations to decide the right clinic for you is the success rate. It is however important to be aware that the published success rates may have some limitations as they are over two years behind the current data and don’t reflect any changes and improvements to current practices. There are also various other factors that play a role in the chance of success.

The best way to know your own chances of success from IVF/ICSI treatment at the Reproductive Health Group is to meet with one of our Consultants. If you would like to see our latest success rates please see the tables below which show the clinical pregnancies for IVF/ICSI and FET treatments (for patients using their own eggs). A clinical pregnancy is when a fetal heart has been confirmed by ultrasound scan.

For treatments between September 2018 – August 2019 the average number of embryos transferred was 1.1 for both fresh and frozen cycles (all ages) and 89% of patients had a single embryo transfer.

The data below is our most up-to-date success rates which reflect our current practices and procedures for the last 12 months (September 2018-August 2019).

IVF/ICSI Fresh cycles, own eggs

Clinical pregnancy rates per embryo transfer (September 2018 – August 2019)
Age group (years) Day 5 blastocyst transfer
≤35 years 38.5%
35-37 years 38.5%
38-39 years 37.5%
≥40 20.0%

At the Reproductive Health Group we prefer to routinely culture to the blastocyst stage for transfer and we only freeze blastocysts for future use in frozen cycles. We believe that this approach is crucial to achieve consistently high results for all our patients.

FET cycles, own eggs

Clinical pregnancy rates per frozen embryo transfer (September 2018 – August 2019)
Age group (years) Day 5 blastocyst transfer
≤35 years 35.9%
35-37 years 29.6%
38-39 years 37.5%
40 years 28.6%

If you would like more information about your chance of achieving a success pregnancy please do not hesitate to contact us.

If you would like to see the data validated by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority then please visit the ‘Choose a Fertility Clinic’ section of HFEA’s website at www.hfea.gov.uk. Please note the most recent clinical pregnancy data available is for treatments July 2015-June 2016 and live births rates for July 2014-June 2015.

If you would like to find out more about RHG, our facilities or treatments, you can organise a free one to one visit here. Alternatively, you can call us on 01925 202180, and we will be more than happy to assist you with any other advice.