Have a look at our results
At CREA we like to be open with our patients by showing them that our results, which are helping to create families, can be trusted and are reliable. We can be proud of our consistent results, probably some of the best in ART.
We feel it is essential that not only do we tell you this, but that outside agencies back up our work and achievements objectively. It all boils down to the fact that by being efficient the RESULTS are what really count.
This is why we’ve put our trust in SGS (www.sgs.com), one of the most prestigious international audit firms, so they can validate the data shown here so as to certify our confidence in our fertility rates for all our patients.
Finally, we’d also like to highlight our own opinion, which is in line with SEF (the Spanish Fertility Society). When patients choose an assisted reproduction clinic it is obvious that its reliability (success rate) is uppermost. This is especially clear if the results claimed are certified by an outstanding external organisation such as SGS. However, some other essential variable factors should be taken into account: web site, accessibility, prices, word of mouth, value for money as seen by the client, care quality and so on. To sum up, this type of life-changing decision should not only take into account the one variable dealing with results.
All of this we well know here at CREA - so as well as possibly having the best fertility rates in Spain, we don’t forget about the other side of things. We really want you to feel completely at home.
The results shown on the chart are of all our data calculated after confirming successful pregnancies, deliveries and babies born.
These charts represent the results obtained at CREA during the analyzed period and in the cases described. Results must be interpreted only as a general trend of the pregnancy rate for each technique. Knowing the pregnancy and birth rate of a specific patient or couple necessarily requires the personalized evaluation of the case by an expert in Reproductive Medicine as different factors such as age, sterility duration, presence of anatomical or endocrine alterations, immunological or genetic factors, sperm quality, etc. will condition results and might reduce or improve the prediction with respect to figures presented in this summary.