In vitro fertilization (IVF)
90% of success rate corresponds to 3 IVF / ICSI attempts, including fresh transfers and transfers of surplus cryo-preserved embryos.
The chances of achieving a pregnancy depend on the number of attempts, the personalization of the treatment and the technological advances in the embryology laboratory.
Likewise, they will depend to a great extent on the age of the patients, the number and quality of the eggs obtained and the semen sample.
And in a first attempt the success rate can reach up to 65%.
Egg donation is one of the treatments with better results in achieving a pregnancy and becoming a mother. Its high percentage of success with 2 cycles (90%) makes it a safe technique, thus decreasing the chances of miscarriages and malformations.
This technique is not influenced by the age of the patient if she has a normal uterus.
It is the union of IVF and the preimplantation genetic test – PGT-A, to detect abnormalities in the number of chromosomes of the embryos or aneuploidies. This allows us to select the embryo with the best implantation potential, increasing the success rate and the probabilities of having a healthy baby at home, while also decreasing the rate of miscarriage and malformations.
Our accumulative rate after 4 attempts is of 60%. This percentage may vary depending on the age and the particular conditions of each patient.