Chances of pregnancy with ivf

With the Shared Donor Egg Program recipients can either use all of the eggs a donor produces or share them along with significant cost savings between one or two other couples. Using the eggs from a younger woman cancels out the effect that a patient’s age has on her chances of success, explaining the overall absolute increase of 32%.
Since its introduction, this program has increased the availability of donors, reduced the cost of treatment, and when paired with the Shared Risk 100% Refund Program brought an affordable guarantee of either a baby or a full refund. With donors producing 18 eggs on average, there was recognition that recipients could share the eggs from a single donor.

This new donor egg treatment option is increasing access to fertility treatment without compromising the chances of taking home a baby. It is important to carefully consider the psychological issues and be well aware of the increased success rates attained with egg donation.
The chart below shows a continual decrease in ongoing pregnancy and delivery rates after this point in a woman’s reproductive life. For a women in her late 30’s and into her 40’s where egg quality has declined, transferring more embryos is often the best decision but since recipients are using the high quality eggs from a young donor the data has shown that transferring more than one high-quality embryo only increases the chance of high-risk multiples, and only has a slight increase in pregnancy rates.

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