What are your chances having a baby with IVF in-vitro fertilization?

One of the major factors when it comes to choosing an IVF center is their success rates. Patients look for centers that have high success rates. These rates can be confusing and it is important that you understand how to interpret them. First you want to look for clinics that are performing a significant number of IVF cycles a year. Typically 200 or more total IVF cycles or more per year is an adequate amount to determine success rates by age group. When there are small numbers per age group success rates will vary greatly based on a difference of only one or two pregnancies.

The table below shows you the statistics from the CDC Centers for Diseases Control  data of fresh nondonor eggs collected in 2008:

 

Age Pregnancy Live Birth Singleton Live Birth
<24 45.00% 38.40% 21.70%
24 50.00% 41.80% 25.90%
25 46.80% 39.90% 26.40%
26 47.80% 42.10% 24.00%
27 50.60% 45.10% 29.10%
28 50.10% 44.00% 28.70%
29 49.60% 43.50% 27.60%
30 48.20% 42.30% 27.00%
31 48.90% 42.70% 27.10%
32 47.70% 40.80% 25.80%
33 46.80% 40.10% 27.00%
34 43.60% 36.90% 25.00%
35 40.60% 33.90% 23.20%
36 38.30% 31.70% 22.50%
37 35.60% 28.00% 19.80%
38 34.00% 26.40% 19.20%
39 29.60% 21.30% 16.20%
40 26.70% 18.10% 14.00%
41 22.50% 14.00% 11.70%
42 17.60% 9.80% 8.30%
43 12.30% 6.20% 5.30%
44 7.00% 3.20% 3.10%
>44 3.30% 1.30% 1.00%