skip to Main Content

Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine & Fertility

IVF and Egg Donation Pregnancy Rates for 7/1/16 – 6/30/17

Here at our Center, we are consistently proud of the wonderful success rates we have achieved in both our IVF and Egg Donation Programs.  Thanks to our high-powered laboratory team led by our Ph.D. Doctorate Level Embryology Director, coupled with our constant dedication to individualized, patient focused treatment at all times, we have joyfully helped thousands of individuals become families over the years.  And we continue to serve our patients from not only our neighboring communities, but from across the nation and other countries throughout the world as well.  This ongoing quest for excellence is what always motivates us to help you in your conquest of infertility, and thus in the achievement of your dreams.

In terms of our IVF and Egg Donation Pregnancy Rates, the numbers listed represent patients who underwent a “Fresh” embryo transfer.  These are patients who did not undergo preimplantation diagnosis or comprehensive chromosome screening (PGD or CCS), as those patients always undergo Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) cycles here at our Center.  With the growing popularity of PGD/CCS, more and more patients are electing to undergo this genetic testing prior to transfer of their embryos so as to maximize their chance for success, thus the number of patients who undergo a fresh embryo transfer is less than in previous years.  In addition, patients who do undergo PGD/CCS have overall success rates that are higher than those who do not; upwards of by 20 – 40% depending on their age category.  For this reason, when reviewing a given clinic’s success rates one needs to be aware of whether or not that clinic is including patients who underwent genetic embryo screening in their data, otherwise the numbers presented will be inflated and thus potentially misleading.

We herein present to you our current IVF and Egg Donation Pregnancy Statistics.  These pregnancy rates are expressed as “Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Embryo Transfer”, which is defined as the total number of clinical pregnancies achieved as defined by a sonographically visible intrauterine gestational sac(s) divided by the total number of embryo transfers performed.  Please note that this is not intended to represent the live birth rate, since approximately 10% – 15% of clinical pregnancies may result in a subsequent pregnancy loss.  We have elected to present our data in this format so as to provide you with our most recent pregnancy rates, as opposed to information that is 2 or more years old.  Please also note that 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.

7/1/16 – 6/30/17 Fresh In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection [ICSI] cycles with Unscreened Embryos

Patient Age
(Years)

< 35

35 – 40

> 40

ALL AGES

Clinical Pregnancy Rate
per Embryo Transfer

50.0%      (13/26)

52.2%      (12/23)

42.9%        (3/7)

50.0%      (28/56)

7/1/16 – 6/30/17 Egg Donation (including known and anonymous) Fresh Embryo Transfer Cycles with Unscreened Embryos

Clinical Pregnancy Rate
per Embryo Transfer

71.4%    (5/7)

In terms of our Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) Pregnancy Rates, the numbers listed represent all patients who underwent a frozen embryo transfer.  These include both patients who did, and who did not, undergo preimplantation diagnosis or comprehensive chromosome screening (PGD or CCS).  As previously mentioned, patients who do undergo PGD/CCS have overall FET success rates that are higher than those who do not, thus again, in reviewing a given clinic’s success rates one needs to be aware of whether or not that clinic is including patients who underwent genetic embryo screening in their data, otherwise the numbers presented will be inflated and thus potentially misleading.

7/1/16 – 6/30/17 Frozen Embryo Transfers (from all IVF and egg donation cycles) including both Screened and Unscreened Embryos

Clinical Pregnancy Rate
per Embryo Transfer

52.6%    (92/175)

Back To Top