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SART Infertility Treatment Success Rates — Houston Fertility Institute

Click to find HFI’s 2014 Published Success Rate on SART

Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology

In Virto Fertilization, or IVF, is the treatment that is most likely to result in pregnancy for the most women.  When a patient decides to pursue IVF treatment, the first question to ask your doctor is “What are my chances of getting pregnant after IVF?”  As with all things in medicine, the answer can be complicated.  The odds of success depend on many factors such as age, medical conditions, ovarian reserve, sperm quality, genetic testing, among other things.

Modern day IVF cycles can be complicated and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.  At HFI, we know this process can be stressful, and we want to make sure you stay informed all the way through your treatments,  That is why we pledge to you, our patient, to be transparent with our success rates.  We voluntarily collect our success rates each year and report them to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

We are proud to present our most recent treatment outcomes for 2014.

Pregnancy Rate per Embryo Transfer 2014
Live birth rate per embryo transfer (2014)
HFI Live birth per new patient (2014)
HFI Cumulative Live Birth Rate per Egg Retrieval
Success Rates for HFI vs. Natural Averages - Live Birth Rate per Frozen Embryo Transfer
Fresh or Frozen Transfer: Which is Better?

*** Note: A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics and treatment approaches vary from clinic to clinic.

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