We are delighted and proud to share our latest success rates.
As an established leading Fertility Centre in your region we understand there are many things to consider when choosing a Centre, so you might find it useful to read our guide “choosing a fertility centre”. We also feel that you should be offered an insight into what others have thought about our clinic, their experiences and success. By clicking here you can read some of the stories that our patients have shared with you.
Success rates can be very confusing and we have highlighted some keyline statistics that might be of interest to you. More importantly, if you would like a more personal approach to understanding the likelihood of achieving a successful pregnancy then please do not hesitate to call our patient support team on 01245 201544
Our latest live birth rates per embryo transfer (IVF and ICSI) can be seen in the table below. This table shows how likely you are to take home a baby after a complete treatment cycle at TFP Simply Fertility, for example if you are between 35-37yrs old then you have a 47.1% chance of going home with a baby at TFP Simply Fertility.
|Female Age||Live Birth Rate (LBR) / Embryo Transfer||No. Cycles|
The HFEA prefers to show success as live births per embryo transferred. It takes into account how many embryos are being transferred during a patient’s treatment to achieve a live birth. A clinic needing to replace fewer embryos to deliver a live birth will have a higher percentage. TFP Simply Fertility data below show our results compared to the national average.
|Female Age||Live Birth Rate (LBR) / Embryo Transferred||National Average LBR / Embryo Transferred||No. Cycles|
At TFP Simply Fertility we endeavor to replace just one embryo in an IVF/ICSI treatment cycle as this leads to the safest way to a successful outcome. Any additional good-quality embryos can be cryopreserved for future use. This means that from your one fresh cycle it is possible to have subsequent embryo transfers from the use of your frozen embryos.
56% of our patients have had embryos frozen in their original cycle of treatment. The success rate following the replacement of frozen/thawed embryos can be the same and if not higher than fresh embryos.
The table below shows how likely you are to have an ongoing pregnancy (a clinical pregnancy). 78% of all the frozen embryo replacements had a single embryo replaced.
|Female Age||Clinical Pregnancy Rate (CPR) / Embryo Transfer||No. Cycles|
TFP Simply Fertility has invested significantly to ensure that our patients benefit from the very latest technology and treatment developments. We believe our mix of highly experienced clinicians and scientists delivers the very best chance of gaining a successful pregnancy. We feel so confident with our facilities and services that we are routinely able to offer the safest route to pregnancy to so many of our patients by recommending just one embryo for transfer. This plan delivers exceptionally high clinical pregnancy rates and maintains a low twin pregnancy rate.
All our patients have the option of benefiting from the following:
• Embryos are cultured in the latest time-lapse incubator, the Embryoscope Plus for undisturbed embryo culture for five days that gives us detailed analysis of development. This ensures that the best embryos are chosen.
• The use of EmbryoGlue, a special media which could assist with implantation- This is included in treatment if our doctors feel it may help
• A 7 day service, transferring embryos when the embryos are ready.
• A personalised treatment plan managed by a team of caring and highly experienced clinicians, scientists and nurses, providing support and advice all the way through the treatment plan.
It can be a daunting process when choosing the right clinic, we have created our own guide to choosing a clinic to help you make that decision but also the HFEA does have plenty of information about choosing the right infertility clinic so that you can make an informed choice.
When comparing different centers, information on success rates is of limited value and can be confusing. Advice on choosing a clinic can be found on the HFEA website: www.hfea.gov.uk/choose-a-clinic/learn-about-choosing-a-clinic/
If you would like to discuss success rates in more detail then please contact the clinic at firstname.lastname@example.org