What are the success rates for IVF, DAI, ICSI, egg donation?2019-10-04T07:00:08+00:00
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Success rates

Certified success rates in Assisted Reproduction treatments

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As with any other important decision, you should ensure that the information you receive has been verified.

At Eugin Clinic we audit our results through an independent organisation, and they are a true reflection of the pregnancies of the thousands of patients who have undergone treatment at our centre.

What are the success rates at Eugin?

Each kind of fertility treatment offers different chances of success. Except in the case of egg donation, the age of the patient is a determining factor, as from the age of 35, the reproductive potential of a woman’s eggs decreases rapidly.

It is important to know that Eugin we are convinced that if there is a possibility of pregnancy – however small it may be – every patient has the right to know, and to make their own decision.

In Vitro Fertilisation

At EUGIN, most In Vitro Fertilisation treatments (IVF) are performed using the ICSI technique, which substantially improves your fertilisation rate.

In Vitro Fertilisation with donor eggs

In egg donation, and after three cycles, the cumulative probability of pregnancy is 93%.

The probability of getting pregnant increases with the number of transfers, reaching its maximum when all available transfers were carried out in three attempts or consecutive cycles.

59%
83%
93%

Probability of pregnancy   First attempt Second attempt Third attempt

Probability of pregnancy  
First attempt
Second attempt
Third attempt

 Positive BETA – hCG test result Audited data for the period 2014-2017 by Bureau Veritas

In vitro fertilisation with own eggs

A woman’s eggs start to lose their reproductive capacity in a natural and irreversible process that tends to intensify from the age of 35.

Under the age of 35

53%
64%

35 to 37

45%
53%

38 to 40

39%
47%

Over 40

20%
23%

Probability of pregnancy   After the first attempt After all the attempts of the same cycle

Probability of pregnancy  
After the first attempt
After all the attempts of the same cycle

 Positive BETA – hCG test result Audited data for the period 2014-2017 by Bureau Veritas

Artificial Insemination

Artificial insemination is the least complex treatment, and is usually performed up to the age of 40. This treatment offers optimal rates until the third or fourth attempt.

AID: Artificial insemination with donor sperm

Artificial insemination with donor sperm offers a greater chance of pregnancy than IAH because the sample comes from a selected donor who has undergone a comprehensive study.

Under the age of 35

28%
48%
63%

35 to 37

25%
44%
58%

38 to 40

20%
35%
48%

Over 40

9%
17%
24%

Probability of pregnancy   After the first insemination After the second insemination After the third insemination

Probability of pregnancy  
After the first insemination
After the second insemination
After the third insemination

 Positive BETA – hCG test result Audited data for the period 2014-2017 by Bureau Veritas

AIH: Artificial insemination with partner’s sperm

Artificial insemination with your partner’s semen entails placing sperm that have been previously selected from a sample inside the uterus.

Under the age of 35

16%
30%
41%

35 to 37

16%
29%
40%

38 to 40

14%
27%
37%

Over 40

5%
10%
15%

Probability of pregnancy   After the first insemination After the second insemination After the third insemination

Probability of pregnancy  
After the first insemination
After the second insemination
After the third insemination

 Positive BETA – hCG test result Audited data for the period 2014-2017 by Bureau Veritas

Multiple pregnancies

Multiple pregnancies can be cause for joy. However, from a purely medical point of view, we cannot recommend them. It is for this reason that Spanish Law limits the transfer to a maximum of 3 embryos, a figure which Eugin only puts into practice in very particular cases.

How success rates are calculated

This data refers to the positive result of the hormone Beta hCG, measured from day 14 of the transfer: this is the first sign of a pregnancy.

It is the first sign, and the best reflection of the treatment outcome: from that moment on, nature will take its course, as in any other pregnancy, whatever the origin may have been.

Do you have any doubts?

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find answers. And if not, just contact our team.

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Do you have any doubts?

If you have doubts, don’t worry, it’s normal. Here you can find answers. And if not, just contact our team.

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