Success Rates

For over 30 years, Virginia Fertility & IVF has been providing IVF to the region. We have three board certified reproductive endocrinologists (infertility specialist) on staff. Our IVF program is one of the most successful in Virginia.

Don’t take our word for it, visit www.fertilitysuccessrates.com. According to this website, we are #1 in Virginia for patients <35 using thawed embryos (the majority of our transfers are thawed embryos) and #2 in the entire USA for patients 35-37 using thawed embryos. In fact, we attract patients from across the United States.

Virginia Fertility & IVF Success rates are shown in the graphs below.  These graphs compare Virginia Fertility & IVF rates for 2017-2018 combined to the National average of all SART member clinics in 2018. 

Live birth rate via egg retrieval

Live birth rate following a cycle started for an egg retrieval.  This includes all transfers with embryos derived from this cycle.  Number of patients in each group as follows: <35 (210), 35-37(99), 38-40(65); 41-42(23).

Live birth per egg retrieval

Percent of egg retrievals that resulted in live birth after the first transfer attempt.  Note that this can result from fresh or frozen embryo transfer.  At Virginia Fertility & IVFthe majority are frozen.  Number of patients (N) in each group as follows: <35(199), 35-37(90), 38-40(49); 41-42(19).

Live birth per embryo thaw procedure

Live birth rate after thawing an embryo after the first transfer attempt has been completed.  Number of patients (N) in each group as follows: <35(67), 35-37(30), 38-40(18); 41-42(7).

Embryo Transfer

The average number of embryos transferred in the first attempt following an egg retrieval.  We have achieved superior success rates while transferring fewer embryos.  How is this possible?  Because we have a fantastic IVF program!  Our goal is healthy moms and healthy babies, not simply high pregnancy rates

Live Birth per Embryo Transfer

Virginia Fertility & IVF IVF Success rates per embryo transfer in 2017-2018 for patients that utilize preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) compared to those that did not utilize PGT. 

Live birth per any transfer attempt (primary or subsequent) with preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) or without PGT.  Number of patients (N) in each group as follows: <35 PGT (114), <35 no PGT (116), 35-37 PGT (55), 35-37 no PGT (38), 38-40 PGT (25), 38-40 no PGT (14), 41-42 PGT (3), 41-42 no PGT (6).

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