Our Success Rates
Every hopeful couple who embarks on an IVF journey has one dream – to hold a child of their own in their arms. We’re proud of our success rates, and are committed to make your dreams come true. Wait no more, make your appointment with us today!
Getting to know IVF success rates
When it comes to choosing the right fertility clinic, one of the most important factors to take into account is the centre’s IVF success rates.
Since the introduction of IVF in the 1970s and in comparison to success rates of today, there has been a tremendous improvement in the success rates of IVF treatments. At Sunway Fertility Centre, we believe that consistent investment in advanced medical technologies and highly skilled individualised care is vital in every IVF journey for couples who walk through our doors. Our team of fertility experts are committed to help you achieve your dreams of parenthood.
Pregnancy success rates by age
Sunway Fertility Centre has documented our IVF treatment success rates by clinical pregnancy and live birth based on age.
Clinical pregnancy is defined as a pregnancy confirmed with any one of the following criteria:
- An ultrasound to identify the presence of a gestational sac
- High pregnancy hormone levels, also known as hCG
Cumulative Pregnancy Rates by Age Group
Age Below 35
Age Between 35 – 39
Age Above 40
* The cumulative pregnancy rate refers to the results after transfers of all the embryos we had from one ovarian stimulation. It may include fresh embryo transfer and sometimes also thawed embryo transfer from the same ovarian stimulation.
* Data derived from year 2021 from patients aged 23 years old onwards undergoing IVF treatment. Various factors (e.g. age, weight, and cause of infertility) may affect success rates and results vary depending on individual circumstances. Not every treatment cycle will result in an egg collection, an embryo transfer or embryo cryopreservation.
Your next step
If you’re below 35 and been trying unsuccessfully for a year or are above 35 and been trying unsuccessfully for 6 months, you should seek help getting pregnant. If you are just starting to try to conceive after the age of 40, it is best to speak to a fertility specialist immediately