The reporting of statistics is more complicated than it might first seem. Terms such as clinical pregnancy rates, implantation rates, rates per cycle started, and such can be confusing. Further, the age of patients, type of treatment (e.g. IVF with or without CCS, fresh or frozen embryos), and many other factors make interpretation of results difficult.
Your estimated chance of success with IVF will be individualized by your Olive physician at your consultation. Our results are consistently above these posted national averages in all age categories. We define a clinical pregnancy as a fetal heart beat observed by ultrasound after 6 weeks gestational age.
Note we perform many more frozen embryo transfers than fresh embryo transfers. You can discuss with your Olive physician the advantages of frozen embryo transfer.
Our results are completed cycles.
FRESH EMBRYO TRANSFER USING OWN EGGS
|*Canadian Average 2015||45%||39%||29%||18%||10%|
|Olive Fertility January - June 2016||60% (31/52)||76% (26/34)||72% (21/29)||33% (3/9)||40% (1/5)|
FROZEN EMBRYO TRANSFER USING OWN EGGS
|*Canadian Average 2015||41%||38%||33%||25%||19%|
|Olive Fertility January - June 2016||61% (107/176)||72% (72/100)||43% (34/80)||41% (14/34)||51% (23/45)|
* Data is from Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society CARTR registery.