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Our success rates for treating infertility have consistently proved to be among the highest in the UK even allowing for the fact that our Centre accepts all couples and often the most difficult cases. However it is important to be mindful of the fact that success rate may vary because of a variety of individual factors, which may increase or decrease your likelihood of you having a baby.
View the unit’s current success rates, which show the number of treatments carried out by the clinic in a particular year and the number of on-going pregnancies or live births that resulted from the treatments.
The results are split into age categories (as this will affect the chances of the treatment working) and also refer to the total of number of cycles carried out. This includes any patients whose ovaries were stimulated to attempt to produce eggs. The results that state “per embryo transfer” only include patients who reached the stage of having an embryo(s) to replace.
Understanding success rates
It is not always meaningful to directly compare clinics’ success rates, as variation in how the data is presented and the cohort of patients being treated may account for any differences. However, the Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority (HFEA) publishes “National Average” success rates and you can compare our current results to the National Average by following our link to the HFEA website.