Chances of getting pregnant after assisted conception treatment
As with any important decision, it is advisable that we gather the necessary information about the clinic where we are going to undergo the fertility treatment.
One of the items of information to bear closely in mind is the one called “success rates”, in other words, the likelihood of pregnancy offered by the clinic for each specific treatment.
It is a key piece of information, so you should make sure that it has been duly audited by an independent entity to ensure its reliability.
At EUGIN, the likelihood of getting pregnant has been audited by TÜV, the prestigious German certification provider, and reflects our vast experience with the thousands of women who have undergone their treatment at our clinic.
Our mission is to help all women fulfill their dream. However small the chance of getting pregnant may be, it does exist, and therefore, all our patients are entitled to be informed about it and to try for it if they so wish. For us, each patient is unique, and we do whatever we can to help them achieve pregnancy.
In the following graphs, the darker columns correspond to the average probability of all our patients, whereas the lighter shaded sections represent the maximum likelihood achieved with this technique at our centre.
The following treatments are ordered according to their complexity. To find out which is best for you, we recommend you use our pre-diagnostic tool:
The success rate for Artificial insemination is cumulative, and usually reaches its peak after three attempts. This is reflected in the following results:
In this case, the chances of success decrease with age, and also depend on the quality of your partner’s semen: the number and motility of his sperm.
The reason why Artificial Insemination with donor sperm has a higher likelihood of achieving pregnancy than those made with the partner’s sperm, is that the sample comes from a selected donor who has undergone a comprehensive medical study.
Currently, a large number of in vitro fertilisation, treatments consist of a first transfer of embryos obtained after stimulation and their subsequent insemination in the laboratory, and a second transfer of cryo-preserved embryos.
In Vitro Fertilisation with own eggs
In In Vitro Fertilisation treatments using your own eggs, your age plays a very important role in the likelihood of success. A woman’s fertility begins to drop sharply after the age of 35, and for this reason, the chances of pregnancy are increasingly reduced.
In the case of in vitro fertilisation with donor eggs, the chances of success do not depend on your age, since the donor will always be under the age of 35.