IVF is one of the most common assisted reproduction technology used as fertility treatment. The success rate is an important factor in decision making.
Therefore, every year, IVF centers reported their success rate to the country-specific health and reproductive authority.
The IVF success rate is calculated by comparing the number of procedure conducted or embryo transfers with the number of live birth per year.
It is obvious that patients who want to opt IVF treatment are more interested to know the live birth rate so that they also get the motivation to perform IVF cycle and take home their own baby after completion of IVF cycle.
In the IVF procedure, an egg is retrieved from the mother’s or donor’s ovaries.
Then in a specialized laboratory set up, obtained egg need to fertilize with a sperm collected from a male partner or donor.
After 3 to 5 days, the created embryo is transferred into the mother’s womb.
A new study report published in June 2019 in the Independent, a web magazine reported that women who have undergone IVF treatment achieve peak level success rate.
One in four women become pregnant after completion of the IVF cycle. Mathematically, the estimated value is 27.1%.
According to the clinician till now this the highest IVF success rate.
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Not only IVF, but we can say assisted reproductive technology is a stage of pick success rate.
intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is another type of assisted reproductive technology, which provides 24.3 % scope to conceive.
Reproductive clinicians usually recommended ICSI in case of male infertility.
In 2016, a total number of performed IVF and ICSI treatment cycles were800,000, which resultant birth of 165 Human Reproduction and Embryology the success rate of IVF and ICSI has stabilized, but the outcome in egg donation and with use of frozen embryos is still increasing day by day.
Ravi Sharma is the director at ARTbaby Global (ARThealthcare). And a successful pharmacist and a marketer. He loves to write about IVF, Surrogacy and other ART (assisted reproductive technology) news, issues, and updates. He is a Pharmacy graduate and M.B.A (marketing).