In general, the chances of IVF/ICSI success are directly related to the age of the female partner. Efficient treatment has an almost 50% chance of pregnancy with females aged 35 or less. Between ages 35 and 39 chances of success drop to approximately 35-40%; while at the age of 40 chances of pregnancy drop to 20% and at 43 years to 5%.
Our latest results of cycles performed in one year (2016):
a. Overall summary of results irrespective the cause of infertility, the age of the wife, and the number of previous trials.
|Number of ovum pick-up procedures||5406|
|Number of embryo transfers||4828 (90%)|
|Number of confirmed pregnancies by pregnancy test & ultrasound||1683 (36%)|
b. Summary of results if the age of the patient is less than 40 yrs, irrespective of the cause of infertility
|Number of ovum pick-up procedures||4991|
|Number of embryo transfers||4514 (90.4%)|
|Number of confirmed pregnancies by pregnancy test & ultrasound||1636 (36%)|
c. Summary of results of testicular biopsy if the cause of infertility is functional azoospermia, irrespective of the age of the female patients
|Number of ovum pick-up procedures||405|
|Number of embryos transfers||297 (73%)|
|Number of confirmed pregnancy by pregnancies test & ultrasound||87 (29%)|
d. Summary of results of testicular biopsy if the cause of infertility is obstructive azoospermia, irrespective of the age of the female patients
|Number of ovum pick-up procedures||71|
|Number of embryo transfers||68 (96%)|
|Number of pregnancies confirmed by pregnancy test & ultrasound||21 (31%)|
Success rate of embryo survival following thawing (de-freezing of embryos) is around 97% while the chance of becoming pregnant is around 35%.