Naperville IVF Pregnancy Rates / Fresh Transfer with own eggs


Age Group Pregnancy Rate Twin rate Triplet rate Patients # with SET
<30 55.00% 22.20% 0.00% 20 3
30-34 55.17% 37.50% 0.00% 58 8
35-37 50.00% 41.18% 0.00% 34 4
38-40 31.58% 0.00% 0.00% 10/19 2
41-42 14.29% 0.00% 0.00% 4/7 0




Naperville IVF Pregnancy Rates / Fresh Transfer with donor eggs


Age Group Pregnancy Rate Twin rate Triplet rate Patients # with SET
All 75.00% 40.00% 0.00% 20 0




Naperville IVF Pregnancy Rates / Older patients- Frozen Transfer with own eggs after PGS (Preimplantation Genetic Screening)


Age Group Pregnancy Rate Twin rate Triplet rate Patients # with SET
35-37 73.00% 0.00% 0.00% 11/15 4
38-40 60.00% 0.00% 0.00% 3/5 2
41-42 43.00% 0.00% 0.00% 3/7 0



Updated 08/06/2014

Naperville IVF

– A New Era! 

We began using our new Naperville IVF lab on June 14th 2013. Our goal, through the use of technology and strict attention to detail, was to produce the highest IVF success rates possible. According to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (SART), the recommended method for presenting IVF pregnancy rates is based on the number of actual deliveries. However, this causes a significant time lag in the ability to report our pregnancy rates. The first IVF pregnancies from our Naperville IVF lab were not delivered until March 2014. If you wish to view the rates from our previous lab from 2012 or earlier, click here

Understanding IVF Success Rates

The IVF success rates in this table are based on those patients who had transfer of fresh embryos in their IVF cycle after moving to the Naperville IVF lab and surgery center. For the purposes of the above table, a patient is considered pregnant if they have had a positive blood test for pregnancy followed by at least two ultrasounds which showed a viable fetus (or fetuses). This is known in the fertility field as the ongoing pregnancy rate. The ongoing pregnancy rate is virtually the same as the delivered rate since only a small proportion of patients will lose a pregnancy after this point.
Patients who had a pregnancy which miscarried are not included in this table. 
Caution: Patient characteristics vary among IVF programs; therefore, these IVF pregnancy rates should not be used for comparing our Naperville IVF program with other IVF programs. 
In order to help you understand the type of IVF patients we have treated, consider the following:
— 25%* of our patients have a BMI greater than 30. This is known to lower IVF success rates.
— 22.2%* of our patients had an Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) level under 1.0. This is also associated with a lower chance for pregnancy and a higher risk for miscarriage.
— 12.3%* of our patients had a single embryo transfer (SET). Multiple studies have shown that while the risk for multiple pregnancy is reduced, the chance for pregnancy is also lower.
(*updated 08/06/2014) 
We are extremely excited that although we see such difficult patients, we have been able to achieve such high success rates. We attribute much of this success to the design of the Naperville IVF lab. High level air filtration, selection of the highest quality materials, an intelligent layout all contribute to an excellent success rate.
IVF Success