Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine & Fertility IVF and Egg Donation Pregnancy Statistics*

Note: Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Embryo Transfer is the total number of clinical pregnancies achieved as defined by a sonographically visible intrauterine gestational sac divided by the total number of embryo transfers performed, which means that a pregnancy was visible by ultrasound. These represent our fertility center’s IVF pregnancy rates. This is not intended to represent the live birth rate, since approximately 10% – 15% of clinical pregnancies may result in a subsequent pregnancy loss, and because once a patient is 8 weeks pregnant, we release her back to her OB/GYN’s care.

 

2013 IVF cycles (Including Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection [ICSI] cycles):

Patient Age (Years)Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Embryo TransferLive Birth Rate per Cycle Start
< 35
35 – 37
38 – 40
41 – 42
≥43
52.6%
28.0%
(5/18)
(2/10)
 (1/13)
44.9%
28.0%
(4/18)
(2/10)
(1/13)

2013 Thawed Embryo Transfers from Non-Donor Eggs:

Patient Age (Years)Live Birth Rate per Cycle Start
< 35
35 – 37
38 – 40
41 – 42
≥43
46.5%
50.0%
(3/10)
(1/2)
(3/6)

2013 Donated Eggs and Embryos (known and anonymous fresh embryo transfer cycles, all ages):

Type of CycleLive Birth Rate
Fresh Embryos
Banked Donor Eggs
Thawed Embryos
Donated Embryos
(2/7)

(0/0)

(1/3)
(2/3)

 

*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. For more information on accurate IVF success rates, please click here.