The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust


Success Rates


Clinical Pregnancy Rate (CPR): 1.1.2014 - 31.12.2014 (Total number of cycles with Embryo Transafer)

CPR

< 35

35 - 37

38 -39

 40 -42

 43 - 44

 > 44

IVF 533

136/258 
(52.71 %)

55/127 
(43.31 %)

24/73 
(32.88 %)

17/60 
(28.33 %)

2/13
(15.38 %)

0/2 
(0.00 %)

ICSI 494

23/271 
(45.39 %)

45/119 
(37.82 %)

11/51 
(21.57 %)

11/45 
(24.44 %)

2/8
(25.00 %)

 / 
(0.00 %)

Live Birth Rate (LBR): 1.1.2014 - 31.12.2014 (Total number of cycles with Embryo Transafer)
(awaiting final outcomes, to be published October 2015)

LBR

< 35

35 - 37

38 -39

 40 -42

 43 - 44

 > 44

IVF 533

124/258
(48.06 %)

49/127 (38.58 %)

19/73 
(26.03 %)

15/60 
(25.00 %)

2/13 
(15.38 %)

0/2 
(0.00 %

ICSI 494

116/271 (42.80 %)

42/119 (35.29 %)

11/51 
(21.57 %)

10/45 
(22.22 %)

2/8
(25.00 %)

 / 
(0.00 %)


IVF Clinical pregnancy rate per Embryo Transfer (day of transfer/number transferred) 1.1.2014 – 31.12.2014

 

Day 2

Day 3

Day 5

Day 6

 

Total number of cycles with ET = 30

Total number of cycles with ET = 179

Total number of cycles with ET = 304

Total number of cycles with ET = 20

Single Embryo Transfer 310

3/26 
(11.54 %)

18/49 
(36.73 %)

121/225 
(53.78 %)

4/10 
(40.00 %)

Double Embryo Transfer 208

1/4
(25.00 %)

45/118
(38.14 %)

37/76
(48.68 %)

4/10 
(40.00 %)

Triple Embryo Transfer 15


(0.00 %)

0/12
(0.00 %)

1/3
(33.33 %)

 / 
(0.00 %)

ICSI Clinical pregnancy rate per Embryo Transfer (day of transfer/number transferred) 1.1.2014 – 31.12.2014

 

Day 2

Day 3

Day 5

Day 6

 

Total number of cycles with ET = 26

Total number of cycles with ET = 176

Total number of cycles with ET = 266

Total number of cycles with ET = 26

Single Embryo Transfer 273

3/18
(16.67 %)

13/53 
(24.53 %)

100/190
(52.63 %)

3/12
(25.00 %)

Double Embryo Transfer 208

3/8
(37.50 %)

34/113
(30.09 %)

28/73
(38.36 %)

3/14
(21.43 %)

Triple Embryo Transfer 208


(0.00 %)

3/10 
(30.00 %)

2/3 
(66.67 %)

 / 
(0.00 %)

The tables above show the LCRM clinic data for 2014.  For national average data please refer to the HFEA website  and look at the results for LCRM compared to the national average.  Please note that the results published on the HFEA website are currently for year ending September 2013.  The reason for this is that the HFEA data is published after a verification process with the clinics.  It is also necessary to wait for up to a year after the treatment for the patient to report the birth of their child.

For full details of national success rates and information please visit HFEA Fertility Clinics Success Rates