Risks of Having Multiple-Fetus Pregnancies and Multiple-Infant Live Births from ART Cycles Using Fresh Embryos from Donor Eggs

IVF After 45: Success Rates Using Donor Eggs

As women get older, they encounter more fertility problems. Women in their 40s and older have fewer high quality eggs, more problems conceiving children, and a higher risk of miscarriage during pregnancy. Even with IVF (in vitro fertilization) the statistics can be depressing: For women 44 and older, about 3.3 percent of IVF cycles using […]

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Outcomes of ART Cycles Using Fresh Nondonor Eggs or Embryos, by Stage and Age Group, 2008

IVF After 45: Success Rates Using Your Own Eggs

As women age, the reproductive quality of their eggs begins to decline, making it increasingly difficult for them to get pregnant naturally without IVF or IVF using donor eggs. In general, while women in their 20s and 30s have many good quality eggs and few problems conceiving, women in their 40s and older may want […]

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