IVF & ICSI Success Rates

As one of the first fertility clinics in the UK, Manchester Fertility has always been at the forefront of reproductive care. We strive to provide our patients with excellent care, support, and treatments that offer the greatest chance of conception possible for their particular fertility issue.

We have excellent success rates, helping women and couples realise their dream of having a family. In this section, we present our clinic’s success rates as transparently as possible, so you can make an informed decision about the fertility clinic you want to help you with your fertility journey.

Clinical pregnancy rate for IVF and ICSI using own eggs per embryo transferred

Time range – 1/1/2019 to 31/12/2019

Age GroupNumber of embryos transferredClinic Pregnancy RateHFEA National Average
Under 3513739%39%
35-3710331%30%
38-398328%22%
40-4211613%13%
43-44** 6%
Over 44** 4%

Live birth rate for IVF and ICSI using own eggs per embryo transferred

Time range – 1/1/2018 to 31/12/2018

Age GroupNumber of embryos transferredLive Birth RateHFEA National Average
Under 3520637%34%
35-3715828%25%
38-3911713%18%
40-42999%11%
43-44** 3%
Over 44** 1%

Treatment with donor eggs - Clinical pregnancy rate per embryo transferred

Donated egg results using fresh embryos

Time range – 1/1/2019 to 31/12/2019

Age GroupNumber of embryos transferredClinic Pregnancy RateHFEA National Average
All ages21647%42%

Treatment with donor eggs - Live birth rate per embryo transferred

Donated egg results using fresh embryos

Time range – 1/1/2018 to 31/12/2018

Age GroupNumber of embryos transferredLive Birth RateHFEA National Average
All ages23335%33%
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More information about our success rates:

  • The success rates shown here are from verified data from the HFEA website and are compared with HFEA national data.
  • Manchester Fertility’s success rates are consistent with national average.
  • Comparing fertility clinics' success rates will never be a like for like representation, as results will always depend on a number of factors, including the patient’s (and/or partner’s) particular fertility condition and age. 
  • Cases where it is not possible to give the number of patients treated are indicated with**
  • All data is presented per embryos transferred as this is the preferred method of presenting results by HFEA. This promotes embryo transfer practices that minimises the chances of twins (which carries health risks for the babies and the mother). However, this measure does not incorporate the outcomes of patients who do not reach embryo transfer stage.

You can view these results on the HFEA website.

Further details about our success rates will be available at your consultation.