Attain IVF Success
“What are my chances of having a baby?” is sure to be an important question you’ll have as you consider going through in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment. While there are no guarantees and each patient’s experience is unique, there are reliable statistics you can refer to that will give you a sense of what your chances of success are.
And most importantly, once you review IVF success rates, you’ll understand why a course-of-treatment (committing to a series of IVF cycles) plan like Attain® IVF makes your chance of becoming a parent even greater!
Even with the best technology and treatment, most women will need more than one IVF cycle to be successful. According to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) data from 2011, about 60% of women under age 35; almost 70% of women age 35 to 37; and about 45% of donor egg recipients need more than one IVF treatment cycle to have a baby.
That’s why it’s important to think of IVF as a course-of-treatment plan that will include multiple cycles. By taking this approach, you’ll reduce stress over making the difficult decision of whether or not you should continue treatment if your first cycle doesn’t result in a live birth.
Fertility Clinic Success Rate
All of the clinics within our Attain Fertility® Centers network report to the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) the number of IVF cycles they perform as well as the outcome of each cycle.
Each year, SART publishes updated IVF success rate data. Currently, IVF success rates through 2014 are available. Links to SART data for each of the fertility clinics in our network are available on their informational page in our Attain Fertility Centers directory.