Facts & Stats

1 in 6 couples struggle with infertility.  This is estimated to be 3.5 million people in the UK alone. (Fertility Network UK)

Secondary Infertility affects approximately 5% of the UK population. (source Fertility Network UK)

1 in 3 of all fertility cycles are for people with Secondary Infertility. (source Fertility IQ)

Exact total stats for those struggling with SI don’t exist as currently whether you already have children information isn’t collected or quantified at most clinics.

Female fertility falls from 28 or earlier. (source HFEA Fertility Trends report 2016)

IVF fails 75% of the time. (source HFEA Fertility Trends report 2016)

6 out of 10 people with fertility problems pay for their own treatment. (source HFEA Fertility Trends report 2016)

Most women having IVF started trying for a baby in their early 30s (source HFEA Fertility Trends report 2016)

Male fertility problems are as common as female ones. (source Resolve)

Approximately 12 percent of women in the United States have secondary infertility, and it accounts for more than half of all infertility cases. (source Resolve)

 

 

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