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Treatments at the London Women's Clinic Swansea

The LWC Swansea has been treating patients in Wales for over 25 years and has the highest success rates in Wales and the West Country. Our stylish, newly refurbished clinic provides a full range of fertility treatments and services. All consultations, investigations and treatment monitoring takes place in Swansea with IUI, egg collection and embryo transfer taking place at our state-of-the-art facility in the centre of Cardiff.

Outstanding success rates in Wales & the West Country

Under 35

Clinical pregnancies per single blastocyst transfer, 2018


All ages

Clinical pregnancies per single blastocyst transfer, 2018


Under 35

Pregnancy rate per embryo transferred

January 2018 - March 2019

No national average available


Pregnancy rate per embryo transferred

January 2018 - March 2019

No national average available


Pregnancy rate per embryo transferred (based on 27 cycles)

January 2018 - March 2019

No national average available


Pregnancy rate per embryo transferred (based on 21 cycles)

January 2018 - March 2019

No national average available

Fresh egg recipients

Clinical pregnancies per embryo transfer 

2014 - 2017

No national average available

Frozen egg recipients

Clinical pregnancies per embryo transfer 

using frozen LEB donor eggs, 2018 (n=38)

All ages

January - December 2018

No national average available

All ages

January - December 2018

National average 15% (all ages)

Rates based on treatment in our Cardiff clinic.


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Fertility Open Days

Fertility Open Days at the LWC Swansea

Come and meet our friendly team at our free, monthly fertility open days to find out more about your treatment options and take your next steps on your journey with us.


Free 30 minute consultant chats

If you are thinking about your fertility options, then why not book one of our Free 30 minute no obligation Consultant Chats, which are a great opportunity to discuss your treatment options on a private one to one basis.

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LWC Swansea has the highest success rates in Wales and Bristol 

Independent figures from the HFEA confirm that in Wales and Bristol we are the clinic most likely to help women conceive. While we’re really proud of these statistics, we think it simply reflects the care and dedication our team puts in to helping you have a healthy baby. Contact us to find out how we can help you.


  Fresh Cycle Frozen Cycle
London Women's Clinic Wales & Bristol 26 32
Bath Fertility Centre 24 24
Bristol centre for Reproductive Medicine 21 16
Wales Fertility Institute, Cardiff 20 16
Wales Fertility Institute, Port Talbot 18 19
Fertility Exeter 18 18
SWCRM, Plymouth 18 10
Salisbury Fertility Centre 17 14
CRGW, Llantrisant 16 16

IVF/ICSI Success Rates Wales and South West England / Pregnancy per embryo transferred (July 2012 - June 2015) (%)

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.  



Healthy IVF babies born since 1995

25 years

of fertility excellence in Wales and the South West

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IVF success rate
for under 35s




Our team is dedicated to
helping you have a healthy baby


Meet some of the LWC Swansea Team

Our team of friendly and experienced doctors, nurses and front of house staff are here to guide you through your treatment journey to a happy end result - a healthy baby!

Mr Julian Mamiso, Consultant Gynaecologist and IVF Specialist

Mr Mamiso obtained his medical degree in 1978 from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria. He then obtained his MRCOG at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 1986, becoming a fellow of the college in 2000. He has since trained in assisted conception at the University of Sheffield under Professor Ian Cooke. Dr Mamiso has worked at the LWC in Swansea, Darlington and both London clinics.

Dr Hemlata Thackare, Deputy Medical Director

Dr Thackare completed her clinical research fellowships in reproductive medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, the London Fertility Centre and The Cromwell IVF Unit, Swansea. She has a special interest in endometrial factors in implantation and polycystic ovarian syndrome and received ‘The Best Young Scientist’ award by the British Fertility Society in 2004. She joined the LWC in 2007 and is the Person Responsible to the HFEA for LWC Cardiff.

Dr Janet Evans, Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Specialist

Dr Evans came to Cardiff in 1972 as a medical student and on qualification specialised in obstetrics and gynaecology. After spending a year in Austria in 1985 working in one of the world’s pioneering IVF centres, she came home to set up IVF in Cardiff in 1987. In 1991 Dr Evans became a Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Llandough Cardiff, whilst continuing her fertility specialist interest and research at the University Hospital of Wales (UHW). In 2005 she became Director of IVF Wales in Cardiff and Person Responsible to the HFEA, she was also Clinical Director of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at UHW and LLandough. Dr Janet Evans now consults for the London Women’s clinic and is also director of a new MSc course at the University of South Wales in Reproductive and Sexual Health.

Helen Lloyd, Nurse Manager

Helen has 33 years’ experience within fertility nursing with a special interest in ultrasound scanning. Previous to her role at the LWC she has worked as a gynaecology ward sister and as an NHS fertility nurse coordinator.

Sarah Day, Client Services and Marketing Manager

Sarah joined LWC in 2007 and is our Client Services and Marketing Manager looking after our Cardiff, Swansea and Bristol Clinics. Sarah is often the first point of contact and is dedicated in providing a first class service to all patients ensuring that we are delivering the highest possible standard of patient care.

Giles Palmer, Business & Quality Manager

Giles joined the LWC in 2016, having previously worked as a Senior Embryologist and Clinic Director in Athens, Greece. He has over 25 years’ of experience working the field of embryology and author to many scientific publications. As well as embryology he takes responsibility for quality assurance within the clinic to ensure that our work meets the required regulated standards.

Andrew Thomson, Laboratory Manager

Andrew joined LWC in 2018 having previously worked at Oxford Fertility and UHCW NHS trust. He is the quality lead for the Embryology Laboratory and is a diplomate of the Royal College of Pathologists. Andrew has a wealth of experience and knowledge particularly in embryo development, time lapse imaging, fertility preservation and HFEA regulation. His research has been presented at multiple national conferences and he is currently investigating the various effects of cryopreservation on eggs and embryos. He has taught various aspects of embryology at the University of Oxford and the University of Warwick. Andrew was also responsible for achieving accreditation for the laboratory to train scientists to national standards as part of the scientist training programme (STP) and is the designated training officer.

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Ethos Building
Kings Road

01792 644 918

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