‘From a couple to a family of five in 46 weeks’
Senita and Ozzy Anderson
Senita (29) and Ozzy (38) Anderson tried to have a baby for four years before GP and hospital tests confirmed they would need fertility treatment to conceive.
In early 2007 they completed a key stage of their ICSI treatment with the transfer of two blastocyst embryos back into Senita’s uterus. A blastocyst is a five day old embryo and in 2007 MFS achieved a clinical pregnancy rate of 49.2% for blastocyst transfers, compared to 38.7% per standard embryo transfer for IVF and ICSI, for women under 38 years.
Their twins Alexsia and Rhianna were born on 24 September 2007, four weeks early weighing 4lbs 2oz and 7lbs, respectively. When the twins were just three months old Senita conceived naturally and Asia was born on 19 August 2008, just 46 weeks and five days after her sisters. They will all be in the same school year.