FET Pregnancy and Clinical Pregnancy Rates
The graph shows Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) Pregnancy and Clinical Pregnancy Rates for year, 2022.
- Monash IVF Singapore commenced providing IVF treatment in April 2022; as such Live birth rates are currently unavailable.
- The chart shows the Pregnancy1 and Clinical Pregnancy2 rates for Frozen Embryo Transfers (FETs) that took place in May 2022 to December 2022, transferring embryos created via IVF or ICSI using patient’s own eggs. Monash IVF Singapore runs a ‘freeze-all’ model and therefore fresh embryo transfers rarely take place.
- This data excludes cycles completed by patients using donated eggs or PGT-tested embryos.
- It needs to be understood that not every treatment cycle will result in an egg collection, an embryo transfer or embryo cryopreservation.
- It also must be recognized that not every treatment cycle will lead to a pregnancy.
- Many factors, both male and female, contribute to your likelihood of achieving a pregnancy leading to a live birth. Maternal age is the single most important consideration; however, weight and cause of infertility diagnosis may also influence likelihood of success.
1 Pregnancy is a positive b-HCG (i.e. blood test result)
2 Clinical Pregnancy (ANZARD definition of clinical pregnancy) is an intrauterine sac detected on an ultrasound scan, evidence of implantation on a POC (product of conception), or ectopic pregnancy.