Clinical pregnancy rates are defined here by the European standard, as a pregnancy confirmed on ultrasound by visualization of one or more gestational sacs or definitive clinical signs of pregnancy per embryo transfer, such as a foetal heartbeat (Zegers-Hochschild et al., 2017
Our success rates are split by age group and fresh vs frozen embryo transfers. It's clear to see that with increased maternal age, success rates do decrease, however, we are very proud that all our success rates exceed the HFEA average, across the board. We are also incredibly proud of our outstanding Reciprocal IVF
pregnancy rates for same sex female couples, which are 72% per embryo transfer.