How Are We Doing? 

The Hewitt Fertility Centre is the largest facility of its kind in Europe and we’re proud to say that we perform an average of 3,800 treatment cycles a year, for both NHS and private patients. Our success rates are continuing to rise and are consistently amongst the highest in the UK. We’re dedicated to continuing this and providing the best services for you.


Success Rates for IVF and ICSI 

Each couple’s chance of pregnancy is different according to their individual circumstances but you may find it useful to review our most recent success rates. The graph below shows our most recent success rates for IVF and ICSI. Since Summer 2013, we’ve provided time-lapse technologies for all patients and this is included routinely in your treatment. We also aim to perform your embryo transfer on day 5, when your embryos reach the blastocyst stage. Over the last 12 months, 90% of our patients had this type of treatment and the clinical pregnancy rates are shown in the graph. 

Success Rates for Frozen Embryos 

Between June 2017 and May 2018, 90% of our IVF or ICSI patients had a single embryo transferred and 70% of these patients had at least one embryo frozen. You may find it useful to take a look at the chance of clinical pregnancy using frozen embryos in the graph below. Please note that a clinical pregnancy is one where a foetal heart has been detected on a scan (and is not simply a positive pregnancy test).

To see more of our data, which has been verified by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, please visit the HFEA website. The live birth rate per cycle for the past year is 20.5%. This page shows our success rates are consistent with the national average. Finally, we hope the information we’ve provided here is useful to you – and please don’t hesitate to contact us, should you require more detailed information about your individual chances of success at the Hewitt Fertility Centre.

For more information, feel free to explore our treatments or costs and funding pages. Otherwise, if you'd prefer to speak to a fertility specialist, get in touch.