Success Rates

We are very proud of our performance compared to the global market. With more than 30 years of experience, Pedieos IVF Center has developed a very unique process that helps patients fulfil their dreams of becoming parents. By using the most advanced techniques and protocols we are able to offer you some of the best chances in the world. Please review our pregnancy rates below.

Egg Donation Pregnancy Rates

The graph above demonstrates our pregnancy success rates over the years for Pedieos IVF, using fresh and frozen eggs. We are comparing our results to the latest pregnancy rates released by SART (Society For Assisted Reproductive Technology) in the USA (2018) which combines the reported results from all centers in the US performing IVF treatments with fresh and frozen donor eggs.

The HFEA latest results for 2017 show a 28% live birth rate in the UK. Clinical pregnancy rates from the HFEA were not available for direct comparison.

IVF Pregnancy Rates Using Own Eggs

Above you can see our IVF clinical pregnancies when using own eggs, compared to the latest published rates from SART (Society For Assisted Reproductive Technology) in the USA (2018).

Frozen Embryo Transfer Pregnancy Rates

Above you will find our Frozen Embryo Transfer clinical pregnancy rates of Pedieos IVF Center for 2019 using own eggs only.

Pregnancy Rates Using Frozen Eggs from Aphrodite Egg Bank

Vitrified (frozen) eggs from Aphrodite Egg Bank show a very high performance with a clinical pregnancy rate of 78% on the first embryo transfer. This highly satisfactory success rate came out of a 3-year study with collaborating clinics in Israel and sperm donor bank CryoBank Israel.

When sperm from the donor bank CryoBank Israel was used, the clinical pregnancy rate on the FIRST embryo transfer was 78%.
When husband’s sperm was used, the pregnancy rate was 60%.

What this shows:

  1. Frozen Eggs from Aphrodite Egg Bank perform very well if the sperm is of high quality and the procedure is done correctly
  2. Sperm quality affects the success rate