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IVF & ICSI -A Closer Look

IVF & ICSI – A Closer Look

The two main treatment types during fertility treatment are IVF and ICSI. IVF and ICSI are advised according to patients’ individual history and investigations.

Please note the 2019 live birth results and the 2020 clinical pregnancy results shown have not yet been validated by the HFEA.

For 2019, 284 treatment cycles using the patients’ own eggs resulted in an embryo transfer.

37.8% of these cycles were ICSI (107/284). Split cycles (where some eggs are used with IVF and others with ICSI), using the patients’ own eggs and resulting in an embryo transfer, accounted for 1.4% of cycles in 2019; split cycles are not included in the following table.

For 2020, 234 treatment cycles using the patients’ own eggs resulted in an embryo transfer. 35.5% of these cycles were ICSI (83/234). Split cycles (where some eggs are used with IVF and others with ICSI), using the patients’ own eggs and resulting in an embryo transfer, accounted for 1.7% of cycles in 2020; split cycles are not included in the following table.

 

 2019, patients’ own eggs, all ages.2020, patients’ own eggs, all ages.
 Live birth events per embryo transferLive births per embryo transferredClinical pregnancy events per embryo transferFoetal hearts per embryo transferred
IVF61/173, 35.3%64/195, 32.8%, 58 singletons, 3 twins.55/147, 37.4%55/164, 33.5%, 55 singletons
ICSI43/107, 40.2%45/131, 34.4%, 41 singletons, 2 twins.20/83, 24.1%20/91, 22.0%, 20 singletons

 

IVF & ICSI 2018 – HFEA validated

 

The below table shows the live births per embryo transferred for IVF and ICSI treatment types for all age categories using the patients’ own eggs in 2018. These results have been validated by the HFEA.

 

All ages, patients’ own eggsLive births per embryo transferredComments
Clinic resultsNational average
IVF54/190, 28%24%consistent with national average
ICSI40/153, 26%23%consistent with national average

 

Page Last Modified: 23rd March 2021

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