Our Success Rates

Our Success Rates

Chance of success in an IVF treatment cycle will depend upon individual circumstances, with the biggest factors affecting success being age, weight, lifestyle choices and cause of infertility. Not every IVF cycle initiated will results in an egg collection, a fresh embryo transfer or embryos suitable for freezing. The data used to determine Primary IVF success rates include all patients utilising their own eggs, no PGD/PGS genetically screened embryos, and combines all insemination types (IVF and ICSI). For more information on how to interpret clinic success rates, please refer to the fact sheet from Access Australia – “How to choose an IVF clinic and understand success rates: Questions to ask when choosing an IVF clinic”.

The graph below displays the Primary IVF patients who had a fresh embryo transfer utilising their own eggs that resulted in a clinical pregnancy and a live birth between 2014 and 2015. This graph does not include any subsequent frozen embryo transfer cycles that resulted after their initial IVF treatment. The live birth success rate ranges from 48.6% per embryo transfer for patients under 30 years of age, to 0.0% per embryo transfer for patients over 45 years of age.

The below graph displays the Primary IVF patients who had a frozen embryo transfer utilising their own eggs that resulted in a clinical pregnancy and a live birth between 2014 and 2015. The live birth success rate ranges from 43.0% per embryo transfer for patients under 30 years of age, to 0.0% per embryo transfer for patients over 45 years of age.