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We provide a fully range of fertility treatments with some of the highest success rates in the country to give you the best chance of starting a family. 

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Treatments at the LWC Canterbury

Our LWC Canterbury clinic provides a full range of fertility treatments and services. All consultations, investigations and treatment monitoring takes place at our newly refurbished clinic in the centre of Canterbury with IUI, egg collection and embryo transfer taking place at our state-of-the-art facilities in Harley Street - just an hour's train ride away.

Outstanding success rates in London & the South East

Under 35

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per fresh embryo transferred

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 34% Live birth rate per fresh embryo transferred

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 34%

35-37

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per fresh embryo transferred

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 30% Live birth rate per fresh embryo transferred

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 25%

38-39

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per fresh embryo transferred

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 20% Live birth rate per fresh embryo transferred

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 18%

40-42

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per fresh embryo transferred

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 6% Live birth rate per fresh embryo transferred

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 11%

43-44

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per fresh embryo transferred

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 4% Live birth rate per fresh embryo transferred

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 3%

Under 35

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one fresh embryo transfer and subsequent frozen transfers from the same IVF cycle.

35-37

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one fresh embryo transfer and subsequent frozen transfers from the same IVF cycle.

38-39

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one fresh embryo transfer and subsequent frozen transfers from the same IVF cycle.

40-42

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one fresh embryo transfer and subsequent frozen transfers from the same IVF cycle.

43-44

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one fresh embryo transfer and subsequent frozen transfers from the same IVF cycle.

Under 35

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 40% Live birth rate per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 30%

35-37

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 35% Live birth rate per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 25%

38-39

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 20% Live birth rate per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 19%

40-42

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 12% Live birth rate per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 11%

43-44

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 8% Live birth rate per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 6%

Under 35

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 43% Live birth rate per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 41%

35-37

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 30% Live birth rate per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 47%

38-39

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 50% Live birth rate per embryo transferred using patients' own eggs

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 42%

40-42

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 45% Live birth rate per embryo transferred

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 40%

43-44

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 80% Live birth rate per embryo transferred

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 40%

All ages Frozen Donor Eggs

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per embryo transferred created using donor eggs

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 42% Live birth rate per embryo transferred created using donor eggs

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 30%

All Ages Frozen Donor Eggs

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after using donor eggs from the same thaw cycle.

Under 35 Stimulated Cycle

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per cycle. Inseminated using partner sperm

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 12% Live birth rate, per cycle. Inseminated using partner sperm

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 12%

All Ages Stimulated Cycle

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per cycle. Inseminated using partner sperm

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 7% Live birth rate, per cycle. Inseminated using partner sperm

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 11%

Under 35 Natural Cycle

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per cycle. Inseminated using donor sperm

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 20% Live birth rate, per cycle. Inseminated using donor sperm

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 17%

All Ages Natural Cycle

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per cycle. Inseminated using donor sperm

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 15% Live birth rate, per cycle. Inseminated using donor sperm

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 13%

Under 35 Stimulated Cycle

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per cycle. Inseminated using donor sperm

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 27% Live birth rate, per cycle. Inseminated using donor sperm

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 19%

All Ages Stimulated Cycle

Jan - Dec 2022: Clinical pregnancy rate, per cycle. Inseminated using donor sperm

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Jan 2021 - Dec 2021: 12% Live birth rate, per cycle. Inseminated using donor sperm

All data submitted to HFEA

Live birth national average 11%

Under 35

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers from the same IVF cycle.

35-37

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers from the same IVF cycle.

38-39

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers from the same IVF cycle.

40-42

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers from the same IVF cycle.

43-44

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers from the same IVF cycle.

Under 35

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers that have undergone PGT-A, from the same IVF cycle.

35-37

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers that have undergone PGT-A, from the same IVF cycle.

38-39

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers that have undergone PGT-A, from the same IVF cycle.

40-42

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers that have undergone PGT-A, from the same IVF cycle.

43-44

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more frozen embryo transfers that have undergone PGT-A, from the same IVF cycle.

All Ages

This shows the percentage of patients between January 2021 and December 2022, who have achieved a live birth after one or more insemination cycles using donor sperm.

Rates based on treatment in our Harley Street clinic.

Verified live birth rates are available from the HFEA website. Please note that success rates have limitations as the basis for comparison and personal choice. For further advice, please visit the HFEA's advice pages.  

 

Meet some of the LWC Canterbury Team

Our experienced and approachable team of medical professionals and front of house staff both in Canterbury and our partner clinic Harley Street will guide you through your treatment journey with us.

Diane Casha, Director of Clinical Services for Bromley and Canterbury, IPC Lead

Diane has over three decades of nursing and midwifery experience, starting her professional career as a paediatric ward sister, and as a labour ward midwife both in Malta and the UK. Diane has worked in fertility since 2007 and joined the London Women’s Clinic in the capacity of a senior fertility nurse specialist while pursuing her postgraduate studies in reproductive medicine, sciences, and ethics at the University of Kent. She qualified as an independent non-medical nurse prescriber from King’s College London and currently holds a guest lecturer post in assisted reproductive medicine at the University of Kent. Director of Clinical Services for Bromley and Canterbury, Diane is proficient as a fertility nurse specialist in scanning, whilst holding the post as the Infection Control Lead for all London Women’s Clinic sites in the UK.

Lisa Hanna, Lead Receptionist and Cashier

Mr Michael Rimington, Clinical Director Kent and Sussex

Mr Rimington is one of LWC’s most experienced consultants, having been working in the field of assisted conception since 1992, and has been an accredited Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist since 1997. His area of special interest is the management of women with polycystic ovarian disease, on which subject he has published widely, although his breadth of experience means all patients will be expertly cared for, whatever their situation.

Hannah Humphries, Fertility Nurse

After completing her BSc in Midwifery from the University of West London and working for 6 years as a Labour and Delivery Midwife at both Kings College Hospital London and QEQM Margate, Hannah joined London Women's Clinic Canterbury in 2023. Hannah prides herself on her ability to make strong connections with patients and strives to make a stressful process as relaxing as she can. She feels strongly about supporting those that are part of the LGBTQIA+ community, helping them to feel comfortable and safe throughout their treatment with the clinic.

Jade Castle, Healthcare Assistant

Christy Walker, Fertility Nurse

Where to find us

Canterbury

72 St. Dunstans Street
Canterbury
Kent
CT2 8BL

0207 563 4309