Bath Fertility has a proven track record in IVF treatment, with our consistently high success rates and personalised care ranking us amongst the top fertility clinics in the country.
Our clinical pregnancy rates per embryo transfer for November 2017 to October 2018:
|Patient Age||Under 38||38 and over|
|Frozen embryo transfer||35%||22%|
We believe everyone should be given the opportunity of creating a family. We’re always open with people about their chances, which can be affected by factors such as age and cause of infertility. Please feel free to discuss your individual circumstances with a member of the team.
Aberdeen University have created a calculator to help predict your chances of a successful outcome, using 10 years of data from all patients who underwent IVF in the UK.
The HFEA analyse and verify data from all UK clinics and their preferred measure of success is live births per embryo transferred, because it allows people to make a fair comparison between clinics. The table below shows success rates for the period 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015 as verified by the HFEA.
Live births per embryo transferred
|Patient Age||All ages||Under 38||38 and over|
(387 embryos transferred)
(262 embryos transferred)
(125 embryos transferred)
The HFEA provide advice on what to consider when deciding to choose a clinic which explains why information on success rates may be of limited value in comparing clinics.
More cycles equals higher chance of success
Whilst some women are lucky enough to conceive on their first treatment attempt, that isn’t the case for everyone. The effect of more treatment cycles (including frozen embryos) increases the chances of a successful pregnancy. For patients who first came to see us in 2016/2017, the cumulative success rate for those who undertook up to three cycles of IVF at Bath Fertility was an amazing 91% (this includes transfer of all fresh and frozen embryos from up to 3 cycles of treatment)*
*Data analysed from patients starting treatment at Bath Fertility during the period January 2016 – December 2017.