Apricity’s IVF Success Rate

IVF success rates can be difficult to navigate, but we would like this to change. This page outlines our IVF success rate, customisable based on age and type of eggs used. For an even more personalised estimate, our Fertility Predictor is also available. We hope that these tools will increase transparency and empower you to plan your next steps with the right information.

Apricity’s IVF Success Rate

IVF success rates can be difficult to navigate, but we would like this to change. This page outlines our IVF success rate, customisable based on age and type of eggs used. For an even more personalised estimate, our Fertility Predictor is also available. We hope that these tools will increase transparency and empower you to plan your next steps with the right information.

Apricity’s IVF Success Rate

IVF success rates can be difficult to navigate, but we would like this to change. This page outlines our IVF success rate, customisable based on age and type of eggs used. For an even more personalised estimate, our Fertility Predictor is also available. We hope that these tools will increase transparency and empower you to plan your next steps with the right information.

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Clinical pregnancy (per embryo transfer event)
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Based on 115 cycles

Percentage of all embryo events (including multiple-embryo transfers) that resulted in clinical pregnancy after transfer. This measure does not include patients who did not reach the embryo transfer stage. Unless there is a medical reason, single embryo transfers are generally preferred in fertility treatment, to minimise the chance of multiple pregnancy and its associated risks.

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Apricity’s rate
Reliability range
National average*
*2018 HFEA data (processed by Apricity)

Please note varying time frames for data sources (HFEA latest 2018 data, Apricity 2020-21 success rates)

Period
Age
Egg Source

Clinical pregnancy (per embryo transferred)
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Based on 126 cycles

Percentage of single embryos that resulted in clinical pregnancy after transfer. This measure does not include patients who did not reach the embryo transfer stage.

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Apricity’s rate
Reliability range
National average*
*2018 HFEA data (processed by Apricity)

Please note varying time frames for data sources (HFEA latest 2018 data, Apricity 2020-21 success rates)

Period
Age
Egg Source

Live births (per embryo transfer event)
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Based on 46 cycles

Percentage of all embryo events (including multiple-embryo transfers) that resulted in a live birth after transfer. This measure does not include patients who did not reach the embryo transfer stage. Unless there is a medical reason, single embryo transfers are generally preferred in fertility treatment, to minimise the chance of multiple pregnancy and its associated risks.

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Apricity’s rate
Reliability range
National average*
*2018 HFEA data (processed by Apricity)

Please note varying time frames for data sources (HFEA latest 2018 data, Apricity 2020-21 success rates)

Period
Age
Egg Source

Live births (per embryo transferred)
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Based on 49 cycles

Percentage of single embryos that resulted in a live birth after transfer. This measure does not include patients who did not reach the embryo transfer stage.

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Apricity’s rate
Reliability range
National average*
*HFEA website (11/21)

Please note varying time frames for data sources (HFEA latest 2018 data, Apricity 2020-21 success rates)

Period
Age
Egg Source

Multiple birth rate
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Based on 22 cycles

Percentage of births that are multiple births. This measure is the number of multiple births (such as twins) divided by the total number of birth events. This number should be low (the HFEA sets a target of 10% or lower), as multiple pregnancies are associated with higher risks for both mothers and babies. Unless there is a medical reason, single embryo transfers are preferred, to try to keep the percentage of multiple births as low as possible.

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Apricity’s rate
Reliability range

Period
Age
Egg Source

Useful definitions and notes

Age and eggs

a woman’s age and ovarian reserve are both known to significantly affect chances of conception, and only looking at a specific cohort or a total average could be misleading. This is why we included the options to select under age 38 or over, and using own eggs or donor, both of which account for varying data respectively.

Clinical pregnancy

Clinical pregnancy is defined as when a heartbeat can be detected in the womb (also known as a pregnancy rate).

IVF success rate

A clinic’s IVF success rate is the percentage of treatments that result in a clinical pregnancy, birth, or live birth. Understanding how each is measured is important for ensuring that you are fully informed on the average chances of success.

Live birth
A live birth is the medical definition for when a baby is born showing any signs of life. It is different from the general birth rate.

National rate

According to the HFEA, the most important thing to focus on when looking at success rates is whether a clinic’s results are consistent with the national average. They recommend avoiding reading into differences within a few percentage points, as they can be down to chance rather than a clinic’s abilities. For each of our IVF success rate measures, we also show the national average, so that you can compare.

Reliability range

The reliability range is a measure of how confident we are that success rates will stay the same in the future. Larger clinics tend to have narrower reliability ranges. It does not mean that their data is more reliable, but simply that there is more of it, which means rates are less likely to be affected by changes in one year's worth of births.

Satellite Treatment

Apricity operates a satellite treatment model, where assessment, drug therapy and monitoring are managed by Apricity, and egg collection, embryology and embryo transfer take place within our network of HFEA-licensed clinics. Apricity remains responsible for the care of the patient, and the model allows us to offer additional benefits to our patients, such as flexible and low-travel options.

Predict your Fertility Success

Aside from our IVF success rates, we also have a number of transparency tools designed to help you optimise natural fertility or estimate chances of success through treatment.

Try the Fertility Predictor

Please note that IVF success rates and fertility predictions are based on averages and do not constitute medical advice. To better understand your individual fertility, get in touch to schedule a virtual consultation with a fertility doctor.