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Successful & Affordable IVF in Bristol

We understand that success rates are one of the most important factors when choosing a fertility clinic. At abc ivf Bristol (satellite centre) we are proud to work in partnership with CREATE Fertility Bristol (licensed centre), where egg collection, embryology and embryo transfer procedures take place; this allows us to offer our patients excellent success rates at nearly half the cost.

To put it simply, we give more people the chance to have a family of their own. 

If you have any questions about our success rates or how to start treatment please call our experienced team who will be happy to help.

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Our Bristol success rates

Clinical pregnancies per embryo transferred
Our success rates
HFEA national Avg

Stimulated IVF & ICSI | Jan 19 - Dec 19 | CREATE Fertility Bristol | 43 embryos transferred

Clinical pregnancies per treatment cycle
Our success rates
HFEA national Avg

Stimulated IVF & ICSI | Jan 19 - Dec 19 | CREATE Fertility Bristol | 42 cycles

Clinical pregnancies per embryo transferred
Our success rates
HFEA national Avg

Stimulated IVF & ICSI | Jan 19 - Dec 19 | CREATE Fertility Bristol | 24 embryos transferred

Clinical pregnancies per treatment cycle
Our success rates
HFEA national Avg

Stimulated IVF & ICSI | Jan 19 - Dec 19 | CREATE Fertility Bristol | 23 cycles

On the HFEA website, abc ivf Bristol (satellite centre) success rates are included within the success rates of CREATE Fertility Bristol (licensed centre). For more information please visit the HFEA website.

Frequently asked questions

This is the number of pregnancies/babies born per actual number of embryos transferred. It therefore adjusts for multiple embryos being transferred.

This is the number of pregnancies/babies born per number of cycles started. This includes cycles that do not reach embryo transfer stage.

A live birth is the delivery of a baby. This is calculated by dividing the number of live births in a given year, by the number of embryo transfer procedures or treatment cycles in the same year. This is multiplied by 100 to give a percentage.

A clinical pregnancy is a pregnancy that is confirmed by ultrasound confirmation of a gestational sac or heartbeat.

The Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority (HFEA) is the UK’s independent regulator of fertility treatment and research using human embryos. They offer impartial, accurate information about IVF, clinics and other fertility treatments. HFEA verified data has all been calculated in the same way. We always use the latest HFEA verified data so you can be confident in our figures.

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Who is our IVF suitable for?

We believe that our treatments are suitable for the majority of patients. However, we want to keep your journey simple, safe and effective so we have some criteria which our patients need to meet:

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The female partner undergoing treatment needs to be aged 37 or younger.

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The female partner undergoing treatment needs to have a BMI of 30 or lower.
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A normal or good ovarian reserve. Individual decisions will be made after a full review at your baseline scan

If you meet the three entry criteria we are able to book you in for your initial consultation and assessment. There are a number of complex medical conditions that could mean you are not eligible for treatment at abc ivf due to our simplified process and protocols. Eligibility for actual treatment will be decided by your clinician after the scan and consultation has taken place.

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