|AGE GROUP >>||Under 35||35-37||38-39||40-42||>43|
|Number of embryo transfers||48||60||49||64||14|
|Clinical pregnancy rate per fresh embryo transfer||68.8%||36.7%||36.7%||46.9%||33.3%|
|Clinical pregnancy rate per fresh embryo transferred||50.0%||25.0%||22.8%||23.1%||16.7%|
|Live birth rate per fresh embryo transfer||60.4%||28.3%||26.5%||40.6%||21.4%|
|Live birth rate per fresh embryo transferred||43.9%||19.3%||16.5%||20.0%||10.3%|
|HFEA UK National average Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Fresh embryo transferred||33.4%||26.4%||18.8%||12.1%||5.1%|
The Zita West Clinic has the highest success rate in London
July 2015 – June 2016, based on fresh embryo transfers for IVF and ICSI cycles with patients’ own eggs, under age 35 – London clinics:
|Clinical pregnancy rate per embryo transfer||Clinical pregnancy rate per embryo transferred|
|Zita West Clinic||69%||50%|
Understanding Success Rates
It’s not always easy to understand what a clinic’s results mean. The best way to really understand your chances of successful treatment with us is to talk to one of our consultants or, alternatively, to our Clinic Director.
It’s important to be aware that success rates have limitations as the basis for comparison or personal choice. The HFEA publishes on its website the results of every licenced clinic in the UK. To understand fertility success rates and other factors that are important when choosing a fertility clinic, please refer to the HFEA website: https://www.hfea.gov.uk/choose-a-clinic/.
Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Embryo Transferred: This rate shows the number of clinical pregnancies (counted as pregnancy events ie a twin pregnancy is counted as two clinical pregnancies) divided by the total number of embryos transferred.
We present the Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Embryo Transferred as it promotes embryo transfer practices that minimise the chances of twins, which carry health risks for the babies and the mother. However, this measure does not incorporate the outcomes of patients who do not reach embryo transfer stage.
Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Embryo Transfer: This rate shows the number of clinical pregnancies (counted as a single event ie a twin pregnancy counts as one pregnancy event) divided by the number of embryo transfer procedures.
Pregnancy rates at 44+ are extremely low (according to the HFEA and our own data).
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Read more about our success rates in this great article from the Daily Mail.
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