IVF and Donor Egg Success Rates
IVF and Donor Egg IVF success rates are reported to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART). Several years ago, the CDC began collecting IVF success rates data to provide consistency in reporting from SART member IVF clinics. View the Clinic Summary Report (CSR) for Baystate Reproductive Medicine (BRM) -- Note: Currently, the report contains preliminary data from 2015.
We take great pride in treating each couple, person, embryo, and gamete (egg & sperm) carefully. This manifests as high IVF success rates and excellent patient satisfaction.
IVF success rates are influenced by the number of embryos transferred. However, transferring more embryos greatly increases the chance of multiple births. Our IVF clinic has a major successful effort underway to promote singleton pregnancies by transferring only one embryo in patients under 35 years old when possible. We have been able to eliminate triplets and minimize twins while maintaining very high IVF success rates (51% live birth rate/embryo transfer).
IVF Success Rates
Baystate’s fertility clinic performs approximately 500 IVF and 900 IUI cycles per year.
“*A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entrance criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.”