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Pregnancy Rates

Clinical Pregnancy Rates – 2012 Highlights, Bourn Hall Clinic

Treatment Aged 37 and Under Aged 38 and Above
IVF with ICSI day 5 Blastocyst transfer 48.7% 307/630 37.5% 63/168
IVF with ICSI day 2 transfer 36.1% 92/255 25.7% 29/115
IVF day 2 transfer 35.9% 50/139 17.4% 15/86
Frozen Embryo Blastocyst transfer 47.0% 25/53 22.2% 2/9
  • Our overall clinical pregnancy rate for all treatments, all ages, was 40.3% (578/1433)
  • For the third year running over 40% of NHS funded patients got pregnant on their first IVF cycle (2012 figures were 44% (313/710)) – this means 78% of these patients could expect to achieve a pregnancy within 3 cycles
  • Our egg share providers had a success rate of 56.5% (13/23) and egg share recipients achieved a clinical pregnancy rate of 52.4% (22/42)

Clinical Pregnancy Rates – 2011 Highlights, Bourn Hall Clinic

Treatment Aged 37 and Under Aged 38 and Above
IVF with day 5 Blastocyst Transfer 50.1% 327/652 35.8% 63/176
IVF with day 2 Transfer 30.4% 130/427 14.3% 32/223
IUI (Partner) 19.2% 10/52 22.2% 2/9
IUI (Donor Sperm) 23.8% 15/63 25.0% 1/4
  • Our clinical pregnancy rate for all patients for all treatments was 37.3% (552/1478)
  • All Patients having day 5 single blastocyst embryo transfer achieved a 51.3% pregnancy rate with only one set of twins (0.57%)
  • Patients aged 35 and under having a single embryo (blastocyst) transferred (174 patients) achieved a 54% clinical pregnancy rate
  • 42% of Bourn Hall patients funded by the NHS got pregnant on their first attempt with a single embryo transfer for two years running.

Clinical Pregnancy Rates – 2010 Highlights, Bourn Hall Clinic

Treatment Aged 37 and Under Aged 38 and Above
IVF with day 5 Blastocyst Transfer 37.81% 125/466 35.5% 61/182
IVF with day 2 Transfer 28.8% 130/427 13.8% 36/260
IUI (Partner) 15.4% 10/65 6.6% 1/15
IUI (Donor Sperm) 23.3% 14/60 10% 1/10

We are delighted to report that the Bourn Hall Multiple Birth Minimisation Strategy has maintained clinical pregnancy rates in 2010. For example, 262 patients, with an average age of 32, who had a single blastocyst replaced, achieved a 42.7% clinical pregnancy rate with only two sets of twins. This shows that our Single Embryo Transfer protocol has driven down multiple births whilst continuing to achieve excellent success rates.

Even though government regulations are becoming ever stricter with respect to multiple birth targets, we are committed to continuing to provide patient choice and good pregnancy rates at Bourn Hall. We believe our strategy, and close attention to the growth and development your embryos, achieves this.

Clinical Pregnancy Rates – 2009 Highlights, Bourn Hall Clinic

Clinical Pregnancy is confirmed by ultrasound scans seven weeks into pregnancy. Our latest results show 38% overall clinical pregnancy rate in patients aged below 38 years,and particular success in the blastocyst culture technique.

  • Over 50% of patients aged below 38 years having blastocyst transfer get pregnant at Bourn Hall Clinic.
  • 22% of patients having IUI treatment with donor sperm from the Bourn Hall.

Success Rates

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