You are at the right place. We complied in-depth data from the CDC to help you evaluate fertility options for growing your family.
Start exploring IVF success rate if:
Based on cycles started in 2016 with the intent to retrieve eggs
*When a woman begins taking fertility drugs or having her ovaries monitored for follicle production with the intent to retrieve eggs
**ART; The main type of ART is in vitro fertilization (IVF). Other types of ART exist, but are rarely performed.
***This is the percentage of patients with no prior ART cycles that had a live birth after their first intended retrieval.
*Success rates are not presented by age group because previous data show that an intended parent’s age does not substantially affect success when using donor eggs or donated embryos.
Fresh embryos, fresh eggs
Eggs were retrieved from a donor and fertilized (if applicable) during the current cycle.
Fresh embryos, frozen eggs
Eggs were retrieved from a donor during a previous cycle and frozen for future use. The donated eggs were frozen prior to transfer, but any resulting embryos were not.
This is ART cycles involving frozen embryos created from fresh or frozen donor eggs. In the case of fresh donor eggs, the eggs were retrieved from a donor during a previous cycle and fertilized, and then the resulting embryo was frozen for future use. In the case of frozen donor eggs, the eggs were retrieved from a donor during a previous cycle, frozen, thawed, and fertilized, and then the resulting embryos were frozen for future use.
Embryos donated from another patient or couple after their own ART treatment. The embryos can be fresh or frozen.