Fertility Success Rates2019-03-27T14:42:28+00:00

CCRM Fertility Success Rates

Click through the timeline to see CCRM's pioneering achievements which have contributed to our leading fertility success rates since 1987.
1987
First GIFT and ZIFT pregnancies in Colorado.
1990
First frozen embryo pregnancy in Colorado.
1990
First donor egg baby to be born in Colorado.
1993
Pioneered assisted hatching in Colorado with significant improvements to IVF success rates.
1994
First pregnancy resulting from ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) in Colorado.
1996
Pioneered blastocyst culture worldwide with significant improvements to IVF success rates.
2007
First clinic in Colorado to successfully freeze eggs and embryos using vitrification techniques.
2007
First frozen egg baby to be born in Colorado.
2007
First worldwide euploid frozen embryo transfer using our pioneered protocol of blastocyst biopsy, CCS and vitrification.
2008
First clinic worldwide to offer women 38-42 years significant improvements by having a baby through IVF with CCS.
2014
First clinic in Colorado to implement a Fertility Assessment Program allowing women to understand their fertility continuum.
2018
CCRM opens Hereditary & Disease Prevention Lab. CCRM is the only fertility center in the U.S. with its own dedicated, internal genetics lab and team of seasoned molecular genetic scientists.
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CCRM IVF Labs

Understanding Fertility Success Rates Data

Understanding and interpreting IVF success rates has changed dramatically in the last few years. In the past, the definition of success has typically been a live birth per fresh embryo transfer immediately following an egg retrieval. However, times have changed and now freezing techniques are so good that there is a frozen advantage.

The majority of CCRM’s IVF cycles are frozen embryo transfers following culture to the blastocyst stage and comprehensive chromosomal screening (CCS). In examining our success rates on SART, one can see that our frozen embryo transfer success rates in every age category are among the highest in the world. Since more than two-thirds of all of our cycles are now performed as frozen embryo transfers, it is important to look at our frozen embryo transfer success rates in your age group to understand your chance for success and having a baby here at CCRM.

As pioneers of blastocyst CCS, our expertise spans more than a decade. Below is a look at our cumulative CCS frozen embryo transfer (FET) outcomes since 2007 according to maternal age including clinical pregnancy, live birth rates and miscarriage rates. CCRM’s high quality CCS technology enables us to achieve some of the highest IVF live birth rates and lowest miscarriage rates regardless of age.

Colorado CCS Success (2007-2018)

LIVE BIRTH RATES
Live Birth Rate Chart

Of 1,709 chromosomally normal frozen embryo transfers, among women under 35 years old, 69.2% resulted in a live birth.
Of 1,460 chromosomally normal frozen embryo transfers, among women 35 – 37 years old, 70.3% resulted in a live birth.
Of 1,289 chromosomally normal frozen embryo transfers, among women 38 – 40 years old, 68% resulted in a live birth.
Of 489 chromosomally normal frozen embryo transfers, among women 41 – 42 years old, 63.6% resulted in a live birth.
Of 104 chromosomally normal frozen embryo transfers, among women older than 43, 62.5% resulted in a live birth.

Source: 2007-2018 SART data and CCRM CO internal data.

CLINICAL PREGNANCY AND MISCARRIAGE RATES
Miscarriage Rate Chart

.Pregnancy Rate. Miscarriage Rate

On average, national miscarriage (MAB) rates range from 11-45% with a significant increase with maternal age.
For CCRM CO patients who used IVF with CCS, our MAB rate is independent of maternal age. Our MAB rate is displayed above.

Source: 2007-2018 SART data and CCRM internal data.