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Success rates :

If one is going to go for an IVF treatment, he/she should know about the success rates and the statistics involved in the process, so that they end up making the best decisions in their life. The curiosity before such a process is very well obvious as IVF is an expensive and a little lengthy procedure and it takes your mind and body, both to get involved in it. One of the most common question that pops up in your mind while thinking of opting for this procedure is – “Will this be successful,” “Will my body respond well to the process ?”

How to measure the IVF success ?

There is no such methodology or agreed standard to report the success of an IVF process in India. But it is said that the success factors depends upon the age of the women undergoing the process. Usually, younger women tend to have higher success rates of IVF than the other females. Another factor that is very important and affects the success rates of the IVF clinic is the clinic. You should always ask how often the clinic transfers more than one embryo with each transfer. More embryos per transfer will make the success rates appear high which gives a false report also leading to increased risk of multiple births, low birth weight and premature births.

At Indo Nippon IVF, we are happy and proud to showcase our success rates to the world. The great efforts by the superlatively talented team of doctors and clinicians. We are responsible for most number of IVF births than any other clinic and being able to fulfill the dreams of the childless couples.

“Let us plan our family now, and let’s make our dreams..tomorrow’s reality !”

IVF Success Rates over the years

Self Cycles < 36yrs - 66%
Self Cycles > 36yrs - 48%
Donor Egg Cycles - 64%
Surrogacy with self Eggs < 36yrs - 69%
Surrogacy with self Eggs > 36yrs - 51%
Surrogacy with Donor Eggs - 71%
Frozen Embryo Transfer - 55%
IVF Lite for all indications - 59%
IVF Lite for poor responders - 48%
Intra-uterine Insemination (IUI) with self sperms - 18%
Intra-uterine Insemination (IUI) with donor sperms - 29%