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    How often is assisted reproductive technology (ART) successful?

    Success rates vary and depend on many factors, including the clinic performing the procedure, the infertility diagnosis, and the age of the woman undergoing the procedure. This last factor—the woman’s age—is especially important.
    According to the CDC’s 2011 Preliminary ART Success Rates, the average percentage of fresh, nondonor ART cycles that led to pregnancy were—
    • 40% in women younger than 35 years of age.
    • 32% in women aged 35–37 years.
    • 22% in women aged 38–40 years.
    • 12% in women aged 41–42 years.
    • 5% in women aged 43–44 years.
    • 1% in women aged 44 years and older.
    Please see RSMC success rates here….
    • 75% in women younger than 35 years of age.
    • 73% in women aged 35–37 years.
    • 55% in women aged 38–40 years.
    • 44% in women aged 41–42 years.*
    • 50% in women aged 43–44 years.*
    • Women using Donor Eggs: 58% fresh 68% frozen.
    * 2 years combined (2011-2012)

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