Bourn Hall was the first IVF clinic in the world – our founders invented the technique to help people create their families – and our history, approach and innovation continue to deliver that vision through outstanding success rates.
While every fertility clinic claims it has good success rates, we prove ours by presenting the statistics that really matter to you.
We encourage you to compare our figures with the statistics of other clinics. If you have your treatment at Bourn Hall, you can be assured of the best chances of having a baby and within the shortest possible time as well.
This graph shows how likely you would have been to have a baby after a single IVF cycle at Bourn Hall in 2021. It includes using fresh and, if available, frozen embryos from a single egg collection procedure. We believe this is a practical and realistic statistic, as it is only natural you would come back and use any frozen embryos, if your fresh cycle has not been successful. This is also one of the success statistics used by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA).
This graph shows how likely you are to get pregnant within one year of treatment with Bourn Hall (2021 data). The statistics include patients who have had further treatment (using fresh or frozen embryos) with Bourn Hall, if their first IVF attempt was unsuccessful.
Everyone we see is unique and your specific circumstances will affect the way in which you can start your family. That’s why we’d prefer to really get to know you before talking about your personal chances of fulfilling your dream of parenthood.