IVF Success Rates
At UCSD Regional Fertility Center, our Live Birth Rates are significantly higher than the national average. We have experience in treating even the most difficult cases of infertility. Many of our patients successfully conceive and deliver a baby after having experienced failed cycles at other IVF centers. Click here for a more detailed explanation of how we achieve such high IVF success rates or view our most recent success rates below.
2012 Clinical Pregnancy Success Rates
|Age||≤ 34||35-37||38-40||≥ 41||Donor (Fresh)|
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As required by SART, we can only report clinical pregnancy rates for 2012 results. This is because live birth rates may take up to September 2013 to collect and must be submitted to SART for review prior to publication.
2005-2011 IVF (in-vitro fertilization) Success Rates
|Age||≤ 34||35-37||38-40||41-42||≥ 42||Donor (Fresh)|
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Our seven year cumulative success rates for IVF as reported to SART for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and verified by the CDC.
As entry criteria are highly variable for each program, and treatment processes vary, a center by center comparison of results may not be meaningful
Why do we have high success rates?
Successful fertility treatment requires individualized patient care and personalized treatment plans. You will receive the guidance, communication and comfort you need to achieve a successful pregnancy.
Our physicians perform all procedures including all ultrasound examinations and intrauterine inseminations. A team of dedicated highly trained embryologists, nurses, laboratory technicians and support personnel are fully committed to helping each patient achieve success.
Daily monitoring during ovarian stimulation sets our center apart from other centers. The daily monitoring makes us immediately aware of any excessive response you may have. This allows us to help our patients avoid the serious complication of ovarian hyper-stimulation.
We report our IVF and other fertility success rates to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) and to the SART/CDC reporting system. This not only provides accountability, it also challenges us to develop the safest procedures with the best results.
Reproductive Partners - UC San Diego previously reported results to the IVF Registry of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) and now reports to the SART/CDC reporting system. Our current success rate report is available from SART here. We encourage you to visit www.sart.org and view the most recent national and individual clinic IVF success rates.