Success Stories

We have consistently achieved a pregnancy rate per fresh transfer of more than 50% across all age groups in the last 5 years. For women less than 35, the pregnancy rate is more than 65%.

Success rates in an IVF treatment depends on several factors such as:

The age of the patient

The number and stage of embryos transferred

Any selection is performed on the embryo, such as Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) or time-lapse imaging.

Success rates can be presented in many ways such as:
Implantation Rate

Measures the number of pregnancy sacs per number of embryos transferred, this is a measure of the competency of the laboratory.

Pregnancy Rate

Measures the number of positive pregnancy test per embryo transfer.

Clinical Pregnancy Rate

Measures the number of pregnancy confirmed on ultrasound per embryo transfer.

Live Birth Rate or
On-going Pregnancy Rate

Measures the number of pregnancies beyond 22 weeks per embryo transfer.

Success rates can be presented in many ways so it’s important to be wary as the figures may be misleading. In order for you to accurately understand your chance of falling pregnant, we report our clinical pregnancy rates as follows (transferring 2 or 3 embryos):

Success rates can be presented in many ways so it’s important to be wary as the figures may be misleading.  Success rates vary according to the age of the woman, the lab techniques used, and the number of embryos transferred at the same time.

Transferring one embryo at a time is safest for mother and child – having twins doubles or triples many of the risks of pregnancy and childbirth.  Sunfert is quickly moving to using frozen embryos, one at a time.

Over 85% of our embryo transfers now use frozen-thawed embryos, and 70% of younger women have embryos transferred one at a time. This means fresh embryo transfers are mainly in people who have few embryos or have other reasons for not wanting to freeze.

The results in the pie chart come from all treatments in 2018 in our Bangsar South clinic when people used their own sperm and eggs.

Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Fresh Embryo Transfer for Patient Categories below 35, 35-39 & 40-44 years old

Below 35 years old

35-39 years old

40-44 years old

Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Frozen Embryo Transfer(non-PGT) for Patient Categories below 35, 35-39 & 40-44 years old

Below 35 years old

35-39 years old

40-44 years old

Clinical Pregnancy Rate per Frozen Embryo Transfer(PGT) for Patient Categories below 35, 35-39 & 40-44 years old

Below 35 years old

35-39 years old

40-44 years old

The data clearly shows that PGT (our NextGEN IVF package) gives the best embryo selection and the highest success rate per embryo transfer, across all ages.

It is important to remember that not everyone who starts an IVF cycle will have an egg collection, and not everyone who has an egg collection will have embryos available for transfer. This is especially true for PGT – because PGT is better at identifying embryos with no chance of pregnancy.

For women opting for PGS (our NextGEN IVF package), the clinical pregnancy rate is 65% (transferring 1 embryo) and 82% (transferring 2 embryos).

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