Written Question on In Vitro Fertilisation

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Date Title Questioner
14 Jan 2019, 2:34 p.m. In Vitro Fertilisation Siobhain McDonagh

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, how many IVF cycles have been undertaken in which 21 or more eggs were collected when fresh embryos allowed to perish from fresh stimulated cycles in each year since 2013.

Answer (Jackie Doyle-Price)

The information requested is shown in the following table:

Number of in vitro fertilisation cycles: eggs collected and embryos were allowed to perish

Year of egg collection

1 to 9 eggs collected

10-14 eggs collected

15 to 20 eggs collected

21 or more eggs collected

2013

13,208

10,371

6,076

2,460

2014

13,850

10,417

6,131

2,569

2015

13,908

10,651

6,166

2,908

2016

14,341

10,398

5,941

3,046

2017

14,437

10,435

6,214

3,212

Source: The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA)

The data is as shown on the HFEA’s register database on 8 January 2019. This is a live database so these figures reflect the data on this day and are likely to change over time.


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