Does age affect the success rate of IVF?

Age is important when considering probability for successful rates of IVF. Maternal age has a significant impact on success rates as it relates to egg and subsequent embryo quality. In vitro fertilization (IVF) is associated with a higher success rate if the patient has a healthy uterus and ovulates naturally, responds well to fertility medications or uses eggs from a healthy donor. As a woman ages, successful pregnancy rates diminish with her own eggs.

Defining Success

Spain boasts success rates that are twice the national average for women ages 38 to 42 who are using their own eggs. Spain is one of the most experienced destinations with babies born through conventional IVF and through ICSI—a technique that injects a single sperm into an egg. Clinics in Spain have constructed state-of-the-art labs with triple-gas incubators and a sophisticated air-filtration system to promote the best environment for growing embryos, further accelerating success rates.

IVF Clinics in Spain

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