Success Rates

Reproductive Medicine have among the highest pregnancy rates in Australia.

We present our Clinical Pregnancy Rates to enable you to compare our results with the most common way other IVF Clinics display their pregnancy rates. We also present Foetal Heart Pregnancy Rates per Embryo Transfer (FH/ET) and this is a more realistic reflection of your chance of taking home a baby. Please be aware that Clinical Pregnancy Rates include both miscarriages and ectopic pregnancies.


We also present Blastocyst Pregnancy rates so you can compare our clinic to other IVF Clinics who display Blastocyst Pregnancy Rates. Blastocyst Pregnancy Rates are higher than Day 2 or Day 3 Embryo Pregnancy Rates however not all patients will be able to achieve a Blastocyst transfer.



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Reproductive Medicine clinical pregnancy rates are based on cycles with a fresh blastocyst embryo transfer.


Note: Clinical pregnancy rate is per the Australian and New Zealand Assisted Reproductive Database (ANZARD) definition.


You can read more about success rates and choosing an IVF clinic from this handy guide written by Access.


 Will Your Treatment Be Successful?

Your Fertility Specialist will explain your chances of success, taking into consideration your type of infertility, your age and type of treatment. Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) procedures have progressed rapidly since their development and so have the associated success rates. Advancements in technology at Reproductive Medicine Albury which allow us to routinely grow embryos to Blastocysts and use Vitrification to snap freeze embryos has resulted in us having among the highest pregnancy rates in Australia. However, there are many hurdles to cross during treatment and it is wise to keep in mind that they all have to be successfully crossed to get to what we are all striving for – a baby to take home.