IVF Success Rates for Arizona Associates for Reproductive Health

We are proud that the AZARH clinical pregnancy rates are consistently above the national average. A safe pregnancy for mother and baby for all of our patients is our ultimate goal.

Visit the Arizona Associates for Reproductive Health profile on www.sart.org to review IVF success rates as measured by SART (Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology).

Understanding IVF Success Rates

Success rates can help patients evaluate the likelihood of having a baby when using In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). Success rates are measured by the percentage of embryo transfers that result in live births (not simply pregnancies). This shows you how many babies were born for each IVF cycle. By “each IVF cycle” we mean each round of IVF treatment, not each individual patient. So if a woman has undergone four cycles at our fertility clinic, she will be counted four times, not just once.

Chances of getting pregnant vary depending on the age of the mother and whether you use fresh, frozen, or donor eggs.

Comparing Clinics

While success rate charts are a valuable tool in evaluating the likelihood of success with different treatment options at our Arizona fertility clinic, it is important to note that a comparison of success rates between clinics can be misleading. The data presented in this report should not be used for comparing clinics. Clinics may have differences in patient selection, treatment approaches, and cycle reporting practices which may inflate or lower pregnancy rates relative to another clinic. If you would like to know more about your personal likelihood of successful IVF treatment, one of our fertility physicians will be happy to consult with you. Simply contact us to schedule an appointment or call 480-946-9900.

Disclaimer: It is important to note that patient characteristics vary among programs; therefore, success rates should not be used to compare treatment centers.