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La Jolla IVF Success Rates

IVF Statistics:

We encourage patients to examine our IVF success rates shown below. Once potential patients have looked at the statistics that are relevant to their type of ART cycle, we encourage them to contact our office and to allow us to explain their specific prognosis based on their own history. In this manner, all factors that are relevant to help potential patients understand their own prognosis can be considered and discussed. Please call and ask for Chris to discuss success rates and what they mean for each individual case. The phone number is (858) 558.2221.

IVF Success Rates  2010 - 2012
(Male-Female couples)

Pregnancy Rate per Fresh Embryo Transfer Less than or equal to 35 years (= 35 yrs) Older than 35 years but less than or equal to 40 years (>35 = 40 yrs) Older than 40 years of age (> 40 yrs)
Ultrasound
Confirmed*
42.3%
(22/52)
28.8%
(15/52)
25%
(8/32)

*Clinical Pregnancy Confirmed by fetal cardiac activity on Ultrasound

Donor Egg Success Rate 2010 - 2012
(Donor Egg transferred into Intended Parent)

Pregnancy Rate per Fresh Embryo Transfer All Patients
Ultrasound
Confirmed*
77.8%   (56/72)

*Clinical Pregnancy Confirmed by fetal cardiac activity on Ultrasound

Gestational Surrogate Success Rate 2010 - 2012
(Egg giver is intended parent -- all ages including over 40)

Pregnancy Rate per Fresh Embryo Transfer All Patients
(including over 40 years of age)
Ultrasound
Confirmed*
62.1%   (82/132)

*Clinical Pregnancy Confirmed by fetal cardiac activity on Ultrasound

Donor Egg transferred into Gestational Surrogate
Success Rate 2010 - 2012

Pregnancy Rate per Fresh Embryo Transfer All Patients
Ultrasound
Confirmed*
84.1%  (296/352)

*Clinical Pregnancy Confirmed by fetal cardiac activity on Ultrasound


A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics and treatment approaches vary from clinic to clinic. Comparisons between clinics must be made with caution. Many factors contribute to the success of an ART procedure. Some factors are related to the training and experience of the ART clinic and laboratory professionals and the quality of the services they provide. Other factors are related to the patients themselves, such as their age and the cause of their infertility. Some clinics may be more willing than others to accept patients with low chances of success or may specialize in various ART treatments that attract particular types of patients.