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So what exactly are success rates?
Success rates were created to show the number of treatments carried out by a clinic in a particular 12 month period with the clinical pregnancies and live births that occurred as a result.

It is important to understand what success rates actually mean in terms of your individual case, so make sure you ask your clinic for updated figures and what they mean to you.

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority
HFEA collects the results from all UK clinics and verifies the data before presenting on their website. Although success rates show only one measure of a fertility clinic’s performance, they can help patients choose between clinics.

Your individual chances of success can be affected by many factors, including patient age, history and the type of treatment performed (IVF or ICSI). For more information on your specific situation, contact us directly on 01483 357 710.