IVF success rates
We want to give you the best chance of a healthy pregnancy using the most advanced, proven techniques available.
How should we define success with IVF? In our view, the aim of treatment should be a healthy family for a healthy mother and father.
With this in mind, we will work with you to personally tailor your treatment plan, using the expertise which underlies our excellent records of success in IVF, the highest standards of evidence-based care and state of the art facilities. We also have a very low multiple birth rate of 1.2% 2019 YTD.
Success Result Highlights 2018:
- 36.4% live birth rate for IVF/ICSI patients aged 34 years and under per embryo transfer. 43.9% live birth rate for IVF/ICSI patients aged 35 to 37 years per embryo transfer.
- 54.5% live birth rate for egg share patients.
- 43.8% of FETs in women 34 years or younger achieved a clinical pregnancy.
- 40% of women who had IVF/ICSI with donor eggs achieved a clinical pregnancy
- IVF / ICSI / D-ICSI
- Donor insemination
- Egg recipients
- Egg share success rates 2018
- Pregnancies and births (July 2014 - June 2015) per Donor Insemination treatment cycle for all ages
Taken from the HFEA website
Our data is provided to the HFEA, the UK Government's independent regulator overseeing fertility treatment and research.
Complete Fertility Centre Southampton success statistics are displayed on the HFEA website.
When choosing a fertility centre it may be tempting to rely solely on success rates but the reality is that most clinics are broadly all as good as each other. Small differences in rates are usually down to the different types of patients treated. The HFEA website offers advice on how to choose a fertility clinic and considers other factors including compassionate staff, clear pricing, the clinic’s opening hours, location, access to a female doctor and exceptional emotional support.
Clinical Pregnancy Rates
Our success rates are expressed as the proportion of clinical pregnancies per embryo transfer procedure. All clinical pregnancies are confirmed for foetal heartbeat by ultrasound scan.