Success rates show the number of cycles carried out by a clinic and the number of clinical pregnancies as a result. The pregnancy is confirmed with a scan by ultrasound. Success rates should be used a general guide to performance and other factors are important when choosing a clinic. The HFEA advises that it is not meaningful to directly compare clinic success rates, as clinics treat patients with different diagnoses and this will affect the average success rates. A number of factors can affect success rates; the type of patients a clinic treats i.e. age, diagnosis and length of infertility.
At Newlife there are no selection criteria for patients. Our speciality is treating difficult and complex cases, repeated IVF cycle failure and achieving success through immunology. Without giving patients any false hope, we believe we can offer patients with a history of recurrent IVF failure, a better chance of success by studying the role of their immune system in pregnancy.
Newlife doesn’t select patients based on their chance of success, but will provide an honest and open assessment of what will and will not work. Newlife tailors each treatment to the individual needs of every patient in order to provide each patient with the very best chance of success.
Thanks to our specialist Doctors, Embryologists, Nurses, and top of the range facilities, the Newlife clinic has been able to produce high success rates above the national average throughout our time since opening in 2011.