2011 IVF Success RatesMarch 27, 2012
Within just one year of opening, Fertility Solutions has achieved some of the top IVF success rates in New England. The high success rates are a reflection of our dedication to our patients, the expertise of our award-winning fertility specialists, and the advanced medical technology in our state-of-the-art IVF Center. Follow the links below to view the Fertility Solutions IVF success rates and, for comparison, the national averages:
How are IVF Success Rates Defined?
Success rates can sometimes be difficult to define. Success can be affected by a number of variables including a person’s medical history, age, entrance criteria for assisted reproductive technology procedures and additional factors, all of which varies from clinic to clinic. Generally, IVF success rates are defined by pregnancy rates and live birth rates.
What is the Difference Between the 'Pregnancy Rate' and 'Live Birth Rate'?
A clinical pregnancy is when an ultrasound confirms that a fetal sac is present in the uterus (usually around the 6th or 7th week of gestation). A live birth rate is the percentage of live births or babies born, resulting from an embryo transfer.
Why Does Fertility Solutions' Data Only Show 'Pregnancy Rates'?
As a first year practice, the live birth rates for Fertility Solutions are not available because most pregnancies have not come full-term. In an effort to provide IVF success rates as soon as possible, the data has been provided in terms of ‘pregnancy rates’. The ‘live birth rates’ will be posted as soon as the data becomes available.
*This SART data is for 2010. The 2011 data has not yet been released.blog comments powered by Disqus Previous Next