IVF success rates for women ages over 44 with own eggs(fresh nondonor eggs) of fertility clinics in USA ranked by live birth rate from the latest 2015 CDC IVF Success Rate Report.
- Number of transfers using fresh nondonor eggs make up the basis for most of the IVF success rates over 44.
- Live birth rates for women ages over 44 with own eggs(fresh nondonor eggs) are considered the most important IVF success rate.
- IVF success rates using own eggs(fresh nondonor eggs) include: Live births over 44 per 100 transfers, Singleton live births per 100 transfers and twin live births per 100 transfers women ages over 44 with fresh nondonor eggs, Total Number of transfers women ages over 44, Average number of embryos transferred over 44.
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IVF Success Rates over 44 with own eggs(fresh nondonor eggs) in USA
|IVF Clinic Name||Medical Director||Live Births over 44||Singleton Live Births over 44||Twin Live Births over 44||Total Transfers over 44||Average Embryos/Transfer|
|SHADY GROVE FERTILITY REPRODUCTIVE SCIENCE CENTER||Michael J. Levy, MD||5.0||5.0||0||20||2.9|
|WEILL MEDICAL COLLEGE OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY||Zev Rosenwaks, MD||1.6||1.6||0||64||3.4|
|Avg = 3.3||Avg = 3.3||Avg = 0.0||Avg = 42.0||Avg = 3.2|