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Donor Egg Success Rates and Statistics
Advanced Fertility Center of Chicago

We have one of the best egg donation programs in the US
IVF with donor egg success rates are NOT the same everywhere

Our live birth success rate per transfer was 77% for 2013
USA national average for 2013 was 56%

2012 egg donation success rates graph
Our donor egg success statistics vs. national average
Data is from the 2013 SART Success Rate Report
Links to SART and CDC reports


Our 2015 Egg Donation Results Using Fresh Donor Eggs

Our 2015 Clinical Pregnancy Rates With Fresh Donor Eggs
Using Fresh Embryos from Fresh Eggs

Pregnancy Success Rates Using Donor Eggs
January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015

All Ages Combined

Number of embryo transfers

59

Percentage of embryo transfers having pregnancies
"Pregnancy" defined as sac seen by ultrasound

90%

Percentage of embryo transfers having live births

Not yet available

FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer Clinical Pregnancy Rates for 2015
Frozen Embryos from Fresh Eggs
January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015 All Ages Combined

Number of frozen embryo transfers

54

Percentage of transfers having pregnancies
"Pregnancy" defined as sac seen by ultrasound

65%

Percentage of transfers having live births

Not yet available


Our Egg Donation Results Using Frozen Donor Eggs

Only showing results from our current method of egg freezing and thawing

Clinical Pregnancy Rates With Frozen Donor Eggs
Using Frozen - Thawed Donor Eggs

Pregnancy Success Rates Using Donor Eggs
August 2015 through April 2016

All Ages Combined

Number of embryo transfers

15

Percentage of embryo transfers having pregnancies
"Pregnancy" defined as sac seen by ultrasound

93.3%

(14/15)

Percentage of embryo transfers having live births

Not yet available

FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer Clinical Pregnancy Rates
Frozen Embryos Resulting from Using Frozen - Thawed Eggs
August 2015 through April 2016 All Ages Combined

Number of frozen embryo transfers

1

Percentage of transfers having pregnancies
"Pregnancy" defined as sac seen by ultrasound

100%

(1/1)

Percentage of transfers having live births

Not yet available


Our 2014 Pregnancy and Live Birth Rates With Fresh Donor Eggs
Using Fresh Embryos from Fresh Eggs

Pregnancy Success Rates Using Donor Eggs
January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014

All Ages Combined

Number of embryo transfers

73

Percentage of embryo transfers having pregnancies
"Pregnancy" defined as sac seen by ultrasound

85%

Percentage of embryo transfers having live births

78%

FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer Clinical Pregnancy Rates for 2014
Frozen Embryos from Fresh Eggs
January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014 All Ages Combined

Number of frozen embryo transfers

47

Percentage of transfers having pregnancies
"Pregnancy" defined as sac seen by ultrasound

79%

Percentage of transfers having live births

68%


Our 2013 Pregnancy and Live Birth Rates With Fresh Donor Eggs
Using Fresh Embryos from Fresh Eggs

Pregnancy Success Rates Using Donor Eggs
January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013

All Ages Combined

Number of embryo transfers

84

Percentage of embryo transfers having pregnancies
"Pregnancy" defined as sac seen by ultrasound

82.1%

Percentage of embryo transfers having live births

77.4%

FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer Pregnancy and Live Birth Rates for 2013
Frozen Embryos from Fresh Eggs
January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013 All Ages Combined

Number of frozen embryo transfers

41

Percentage of transfers having pregnancies
"Pregnancy" defined as sac seen by ultrasound

66.3%

Percentage of transfers having live births

58.5%

See our 2013 SART report

National Average Egg Donation Statistics from the 2013 SART Report

Percent of donor egg transfers having live births
Using fresh embryos

National Average
56.1%

Percent of donor egg transfers having live births
Using frozen embryos

National Average
40.5%

The national summary, and clinic-specific results for IVF and donor egg treatments from 2013 were published on the web in 2015 by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART)


How much do donor egg IVF success rates vary?

Compare egg donation success rates between different clinics
Chart shows live birth success rates per embryo transfer for one US state in a recent year (only clinics doing at least 40 donor cases that year are shown)
The number above the column shows the success rate at that clinic (individual clinics not identified)
National Average for all donor egg cycles for that year was 55%

Egg donation success rates can vary substantially between IVF clinics

Numbers 1 through 13 on the graph show success rates for the donor egg programs in one state. The live birth rates ranged from 40% to 81% per embryo transfer procedure at these clinics.

The clinic specific data for any year and any (reporting) clinic is available by going to the CDC website (links on our CDC links page).

  • Donor egg IVF is a situation that should be quite similar between clinics
  • Donors should be fertile and very young (usually under 30 and almost always under 35)
  • These are the "easy" cases
  • However, there are large differences in success rates (40-81% in above graph)
  • This kind of variation is similar for other states, not just the example shown here

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Details about IVF with egg donation

Egg Donation sample calendar - details for a donor cycle

How to choose an egg donor

Donor egg costs and pricing options

Our IVF pregnancy success rates using own eggs

Links to SART and CDC sites with IVF success rates for any clinic

A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches and entrance criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.

Check any fertility doctor's donor egg or IVF success rates

Links to the CDC and SART websites

2013 donor egg and IVF success rates are shown for all clinics