Success rates play a major part in helping many patients choose which clinic to attend.  We strongly encourage all patients to review success rates before choosing their clinic.

Success rates can be misleading, with clinics often publishing only selected figures which have been chosen to entice you.  High success rates of 50% or more should give rise for concern, such is the case with our preliminary data which shows great success rates but not statistically significant because the numbers are low.

All clinics should give success rates for clinical pregnancies (where at least one fetal heart has been confirmed) per treatment cycle started.

Much of the success of a clinic is due to the laboratory, the control centre for all of the Embryology.  Good quality laboratories managed by experienced decision making scientists significantly enhance the success of the clinic.  We are currently work with our sister clinic Boston Place in Marylebone, London who have just that.  We have their latest success rates tabled below for your reference.  As you can see these are very encouraging success rates, especially for the older patients.

Success rates have improved significantly over the last few years due to improved quality systems and shared practice, but perhaps more influenced by the advanced time lapse incubators (Embryoscope) and the development of the culture medium in which the embryo are growing.

Pregnancy Results for all IVF/ICSI cycles at Simply Fertility / Boston Place (April 2015 - March 2016)


 Under 38 years old38 to 42 years old
Treatment Cycles7738
Pregnancy Rate / Cycle50%33%
Clinical Pregnancy Rate / Cycle39%23%
Embryo Transfers6436
Pregnancy Rate / Embryo Transfer59%31%
Clinical Pregnancy Rate / Embryo Transfer45%31%
National Average38.30%
33.2%

Great news with our Frozen Embryos especially as over 56% of our patients under 38yrs have embryos to freeze.

Results for Frozen Embryo Replacements (FER's) at Simply Fertility / Boston Place (From Feb 2014 - Feb 2016)

 All FER's
Embryo Transfers46
Pregnancy Rate / Embryo Transfer57.0%
ClinicalPregnancy Rate / Embryo Transfer41.0%