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Treatment programmes at the LWC London Bridge

As one of the world’s most advanced centres for fertility treatment and largest satellite to our Harley Street clinic, the LWC London Bridge offers innovative treatment programmes for fertility, gamete donation, and genetic screening.

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The LWC provides a full range of fertility treatments with some of the highest success rates in the country.

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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.

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.  

 

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Meet some of the LWC London Bridge team

Our experienced and friendly team of consultants, nurses and front of house staff are here to provide you with the best care possible to help you achieve your dream of a healthy, happy baby.

Dr Mona Rahmati, Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Specialist

Dr Rahmati graduated and completed her training in Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Reproductive Medicine in Rene Descartes - Paris V University. Before joining the team in 2015, she was a consultant in Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital and Bluets Hospital in Paris. Her special areas of interest are recurrent implantation failure and recurrent miscarriage.

Professor Nick Macklon, Medical Director

Professor Macklon is a world-renowned expert in reproductive medicine. He has held professorships at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands, the University of Southampton and the University of Copenhagen - where he is currently based. He is co-founder of the Complete Fertility Centre clinic in Southampton, and a member of the Executive Committee of the European Society of Human Reproduction.

Elena Linara, Lab Manager and Quality Lead

Elena has 10 years’ experience within embryology and is qualified in biomedical sciences, prenatal genetics and fetal medicine, and clinical embryology. She is particularly interested in ocyte and embryo vitrification, prenatal genetics, quality management, intrauterine insemination and egg sharing. Before joining the team at LWC she worked as an embryologist, andrologist and a deputy sperm bank manager.

Mr Michael Booker, Consultant in Fertility and Reproductive Surgery

Mr Booker has joined the team at the LWC, having been an NHS Consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology since 1990. His involvement with fertility and IVF started in 1984 at King’s College Hospital, London. He has a special interest in reproductive surgery, including tubal microsurgery, endometriosis surgery, myomectomy, and correction of congenital uterine malformations. He is also interested in male infertility and surgical sperm retrieval.

Dr Rukma Bhattacharya, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and Specialist in Reproductive Medicine

Dr Rukma Bhattacharya is been an accredited Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist since 2009. After completing her specialist training, she carried out an additional 2 Year Subspecialist Fellowship In Reproductive Medicine at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth. Dr Bhattacharya subsequently worked at St Barts Hospital in London before returning to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth as a Consultant. She has expertise in all aspects of subfertility management, and has special interests in fertility preservation for medical indications, IVF in older women and anovulation

Where to find us

London Bridge

One St Thomas Street
London Bridge
London
SE1 9RY

0207 563 4309