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Ivf At Age 37
Is freezing eggs at age 33 still a good idea if considering IVF later? (At age 35-37) or would it be better just to wait?
Fertility decline: Fertility declines with age. IVF pregnancy rates are 10% lower in women over age 35 (compared to women younger than 35) and even lower after 38 and so on. Egg freezing allows an improved outcome at an older age since eggs were produced from younger ovaries. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In vitro fertilization is an assisted reproductive technology. Ivf is a procedure used to treat fertility problems and assist with the conception of a child. During ivf mature eggs are retrieved from the ovaries and fertilized by sperm in a lab. A few days later, the fertilized egg (embryo) or eggs are implanted into the uterus. One cycle of in vitro fertilization ...Read more
Younger is better: All fertility treatments are more successful in younger women. The decision of when to undergo any treatment is a balance of what is needed, results, costs and personal preferences. I think waiting until all else fails can be a poor strategy because IVF technology works and is generally safe. A new trend has been to create and bank embryos when young for children in the future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do it!: You don't say "where" in Texas, but our state has great opportunities to pursue IVF in the major cities: San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, Austin and many others. In general, women age 36-37 are quite successful with IVF; it's not like being 25-30 but outcomes can be very good. I'd be delighted to help you (in San Antonio) but look at practices in the area you live or the nearest cities. Good wishes. ...Read more
Good morning , i would like to know what is the percent of sucess in a IVF for ages 35 and up.Thank you for your time.
SART IVF: I recommend you go to www.Sart.Org to see statistics and percentages from fertility doctors in your area since this can be variable. National statistics suggest to expect the following live birth rate per cycle started in 2011 (2012 will beout next year) 35-37 31.9%, 38-40 21.6%, 41-42 12.2%, >42 4.2% however individual programs may be lower or higher. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Having ivf, starting stimulation in 2 days. Baseline scan 10 follicles on left overy and 10 on right. Age 31.5yrs. What is expected success of ivf?
Chances are good: At 31 years of age, the outlook is very good. Different ivf centers will quote different rates, you should ask your ivf doctor to answer this question for his/her facility. ...Read more
What is the rate of IVF success with amh of 0.28ng/ml at the age of 45 suffered from edometriosis?
Get a calendar: How many days old was the embryo when it was transferred? Count back to determine the conception date (that is usually the same as the egg harvest date). Then from that date, looking at a calendar, add 38 calendar weeks. Your due date should be the same day of the week as your conception day. ...Read more
Pregnancy: It is difficult to put a number for what your success may be. These tests also are not predictive of pregnancy rather your response to fertility treatment medications during ivf. Your chances may not be as high as someone your same age with normal ovarian reserve. However, your age places you at a high chance in general. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer