Caution: Patient characteristics vary among programs; therefore, these data should not be used for comparing clinics.
Where can I find success rates for pregnancies from PRIDE (donor egg) or FTE frozen embryo transfer cycles?
You can find our most recent data here: http://cnyfertility.com/2012/01/10/2010-art-procedure-success-rate-report/
For 2010, our fresh donor embryo transfer live birth rate was 40.8%, and our donor FET live birth rate was 16.4%. If you have any questions about our statistics, please contact out donor coordinator Tammy: email@example.com
so what is the success rate for de transfer in live birth?
Our most recent live birth rate for fresh donor egg transfer is 40.8%. If you have any questions about how we gather this data or factors that could impact it, please don’t hesitate to contact our donor coordinator, Tammy: Tgrissell@cnyfertility.com
what are your success rates for IVF with my own eggs? 29 yo F, no previous IVF attempts. 2 failed IUI (low sperm count)
I checked with our staff member that handles the SART reporting and here’s her answer. I hope this helps!
My best to you,
“The most recent data we have:
Retrievals resulting in live births is 32.4% in 2010. This figure is for the age group “under 35 years old.” We don’t have figures based on diagnosis.”
I am trying to determine the percentage of triplets for FET (I am 36) with a three embryo transfer. I am trying to determine my risk tolerance for my FET scheduled for this Friday…
In order to get you the most accurate percentage of triplets, I feel you should speak with one of our practitioners. Please call our office, and we will be able to give you the most thorough answer, taking into consideration your unique medical history.
Best of luck with your transfer!
Hi could u tell me if there is a risk of a ectopic pregnancy with Ivf?
I would encourage you to contact one of our providers for your personalized risk assessment of ectopic pregnancy with IVF. You can do so by scheduling a consultation appointment with us, where we will discuss your medical history and give you possible treatment options. You can schedule your appointment here: http://cnyfertility.com/new-appointment-form/
Please let me know if there is anything else that I can do for you.
What is your live birth success rate for frozen donor egg ivf?
Since our program is still relatively new, we do not yet have a calculated rate for our Frozen Donor Egg IVF. I encourage you to speak with one of our Donor Coordinators to discuss your potential cycle and estimated chances of conceiving with Frozen Donor Eggs. You can contact our office to request your complimentary recipient consultation by calling our center: 1-800-539-9870 x3274
Best of luck!
I’m surprised by the rates for ivf. My RE in Albany at CNY told me that I would prob have a 60% chance overall of giving birth and I’m 32. That’s a lot higher than the rates I’m finding based on research here. I’ve also researched SARTs. Why is the success rates for live birth through their top rated clinic in WA for >35 almost double than CNY? By looking at CNY research it’s only a 34%chance I’ll have a live birth but looking at WA it reports I’d have a 79% chance. What gives?
Our success rates may vary from other centers due to our inclusive policy. Dr. Kiltz believes that he should not restrict clients from trying to conceive due to factors such as BMI, or choosing to transfer just one embryo due to moral or ethical wishes. These, amongst other accommodations that he makes, will naturally decrease our success rates, as he does not turn some clients away that may not be accepted at other centers.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact our practitioners and we will gladly discuss our success rates with you!
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