Donor Egg IVF Success Rates
The pregnancy success rates for IVF using donated eggs are typically higher than routine IVF because the donors are young women with healthy eggs. The age of the recipient is not a major determining factor for producing a pregnancy with oocyte donation, although obstetrical complications such as gestational diabetes and hypertension occur at a higher frequency compared with younger women.
Pregnancy rates with oocyte donation are typically in the 70 to 80 percent range, with expected delivery rates in the 60 to 70 percent range, depending upon the incidence of miscarriage.
Donor Egg IVF success rates are typically high because the eggs are retrieved from a young female. If the eggs of a healthy, fertile, 22 year old donor are placed in a 46 year old recipient, the success rates will equal the 22 year old age group (if no other contributing factors are present). Donor egg is often the only hope of pregnancy for women who have experienced ovarian failure.
Please take a few moments to review our IVF and Donor Egg IVF success rates.
IVF success rates vary according to many factors including female age, cause(s) of infertility, previous treatments, genetics, presence of male factor, and others. Success rates also vary by clinic. Our donor egg program is one of the largest in the southwest and we have extensive experience and excellent success rates. The CDC publishes IVF success rates data by fertility clinic but these data are typically two years old. SART posts these data faster and our success rates can be viewed on their Web site.
SART reported IVF & Donor Egg Success Rates: Current SART Reported Success Rates