When comparing the success rates of different clinics, it is important to understand which kind of pregnancy is being compared. For example, a positive B-hCG pregnancy means that a blood test completed 8 days after embryo transfer showed levels of hCG that indicate a pregnancy. However, a B-hCG rate of 40% does not mean that 40% of women carried on their pregnancies far enough to be visible on ultrasound because some pregnancies may stop developing a few days later. On the other hand, a "clinical pregnancy" is one in which the pregnancy is seen with ultrasound.
The B-hCG pregnancy rate at Fakih IVF in 2012 for women under the age of 35 is 73%.
The clinical pregnancy rate at Fakih IVF in 2012 for women under the age of 35 is 63.4%.
The success rates below do not include pregnancies from IUI, frozen embryos or frozen eggs. They are the percentage of fresh embryos that have been transferred into the womb and have resulted in pregnancies across each of those age groups. At Fakih IVF we do not restrict procedures to only those patients most likely to boost our success rates. We give hope to every patient who is seeking treatment.
Percentage of Fresh Embryo transfers resulting in clinical pregnancies in 2012
|No. of Transfers||246||98||67||25||32|
|No. of pregnancies||156||58||29||8||4|