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IVF Success Rates

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IVF Success Rates 

for Northern California Fertility Medical Center

 

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2018 Clinical Pregnancy Rates

with Preimplantation Genetic Testing

Age Group CPR/ET CPR/retrieval CPR/cycle
<35 76% (42/55) 76% (42/55) 76% (42/55)
35 – 37 73% (41/56) 73% (41/56) 73% (41/56)
38 – 40 60% (30/50) 60% (30/50) 60% (30/50)
41 – 42 63% (15/19) 63% (15/19) 63% (15/19)
>42 33% (1/3) 33% (1/3) 33% (1/3)
Donor Eggs 93% (14/15) 93% (14/15) 93% (14/15)
Donor Embryo 100% (1/1) 100% (1/1) 100% (1/1)

 

How to interpret these numbers:

Age is the age of woman at the time of the egg retrieval.

CPR/ET is Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Embryo Transfer. A clinical pregnancy defined by the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology is a visible pregnancy in the uterus seen with ultrasound. CPR is better than a simple blood or urine pregnancy test. The Live Birth Rate will be lower because some patients will have a miscarriage.

 

2017 Live Birth Rates (cumulative) per Egg Retrieval with Preimplantation Genetic Testing

 

Age Groups Live Birth/retrieval

 (cumulative)

  Live birth/ET

 

Live Birth/

cycle start

<35 64% (13/21) 54% (14/26) 32% (14/40)
35 – 37 76% (16/21) 76% (16/21) 40% (16/40)
38 – 40 59% (17/29) 50% (17/34) 27% (17/63)
41 – 42 75% (3/4) 60% (3/5) 14% (3/21)
>42 33% (1/3) 33% (1/3) 7% (1/14)
Donor Eggs 100% (3/3) 75% (3/4) 50% (3/6)

 

The 2017 cumulative Live Birth Rates are ongoing and not yet complete because not every patient that had an egg retrieval in 2017 has transferred all of their embryos.

A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entry criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.

Updated 1/11/19