In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is an effective fertility treatment option for many couples and individuals dealing with male issue fertility and female infertility matters.
General Success Rates of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
While numbers can vary from study to study, the general success rates of in vitro fertilization (IVF) in India are as follows:

Pregnancy rate for IVF: 30% to 35%.
• The cumulative live-birth rate in our population of more than 6000 patients undergoing up to six cycles of IVF was between 51% and 72%.

These numbers take into account patients of all ages, so the success rate for patient’s IVF procedure may be higher or lower based on their age as well as other factors that affect their fertility or their partner's fertility.

How Age Effects the Success of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
• In Case of Women: This is simply depended on the nature of the aging process.Women who are in their early-30s and younger tend to be more fertile than patients who are in their mid-30s and older. As women get older, their fertility decreases to a certain degree, and rates of birth defects and probable miscarriage increase (particularly after the mid-30s and after 40).

• In Case of Men: The age of the man can also have some bearing on the success rates of IVF. The quality of a man's sperm can reduce with age, which can play a major part in potential birth defects as well as male factor infertility.

Increasing the Efficiency of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
There are a number of ways that other fertility treatments can be used in conjunction with in vitro fertilization (IVF) in order to improve the overall chances of successful pregnancy and live birth.

• In Case of Female: If a woman has issues with the quality and viability of her own eggs, an egg donor can be sought. This is a woman who provides eggs to be used by couples who do not have viable eggs of their own.

If a woman runs a risk of possible miscarriage, seeking out a surrogate carrier is often a good idea. A surrogate carrier is a woman who agrees to carry a child to term for a couple that is biologically at risk for miscarriage or otherwise incapable of carrying the child to term on their own.

• In Case of Male: If a man has issues with the count or quality of his sperm, a sperm donor may be an ideal option. Similar to egg donors, sperm donors provide sperm when couples do not have viable sperm of their own.

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I am the Owner at SCI Healthcare.