Fertility Treatment Success Rates in the UK - 2014 data

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) is a regulatory body that licenses the activities of all fertility clinics in the UK. It is also responsible for publishing the treatment outcomes of various fertility treatments. Below are the UK national statistics as per current HFEA data (2014).

The data presented includes

  1. IVF success rates and ICSI success rates both presented together
  2. Frozen embryo transfer (FET) success rates
  3. Insemination (IUI) success rates

 

IVF and ICSI Treatment

 

Frozen Embryonic Transfer Success Rates in the UK

IVF and ICSI Treatment

 Frozen Embryonic Transfer Success Rates in the UK

IVF and ICSI Treatment –Proportion of singletons versus twins and triplets

Frozen Embryonic Transfer Success Rates in the UK

FET Treatment

 Frozen Embryonic Transfer Success Rates in the UK

FET Treatment

Frozen Embryonic Transfer Success Rates in the UK

 

FET Treatment –Proportion of singletons versus twins and triplets

Frozen Embryonic Transfer Success Rates in the UK

IUI Treatment

 Frozen Embryonic Transfer Success Rates in the UK

Further Research 

David McLernon et al's recent article published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) titled Predicting the chances of a live birth after one or more complete cycles of in vitro fertilisation: population based study of linked cycle data from 113 873 women, concluded that: 

  • Key pre-treatment predictors of live birth were the woman’s age and duration of infertility
  • Post-treatment predictors included number of eggs collected, cryopreservation of embryos, the woman’s age and stage of embryos transferred.

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