18 Jan IVF succes rate in Spain
Do you know the success rate of each of the assisted reproduction treatments we perform at
Reproclinic? Our IVF succes rate in Spain is very high. In this article we tell you our secret and
the statistics that make us one of the most renowned clinics in our country.
The success rate of this particular treatment is calculated by analysing certain rates, such as the
implantation rate (the percentage of embryos transferred that manage to implant in the
mother’s uterus), the gestation rate per transfer (the number of pregnancies achieved per
transfer), and the gestation rate per cycle (the rate of pregnancies achieved through each cycle
of ovarian stimulation).
What influences IVF succes rate in Spain?
- There are several factors that determine whether an In Vitro Fertilisation is successful or not,
that is, whether the patient manages to become pregnant and the baby is born. For this
reason, we would like to present some of these elements that can influence the results:
The quality of the oocytes and embryos. Depending on the morphology of the oocytes
and the morphology of the embryos, we will achieve more or less successful results.
Some studies such as PGD, male and female infertility or the Recombine genetic test
are some of them.
- The woman’s age, and therefore her ovarian reserve, will have a direct influence on the
number of eggs that can be obtained.
- Carrying out a good preliminary study on the patient or the couple will undoubtedly
influence the result. A good diagnosis allows us to offer the most appropriate
- Endometrial quality, as the endometrium (the tissue that lines the womb and where
the embryo should implant) plays a very important role in the pregnancy process.
There are some problems in the endometrium that can affect a woman’s fertility level.
For women over the age of 42, IVF with an egg donor will be much more effective than
IVF with your own egg, as the quality of the egg will be much lower and therefore the
pregnancy rate will decrease.
- The way the clinic works, the equipment and technology and the quality of the
professionals are aspects that will also contribute to increase the chances of pregnancy
and, therefore, the success rate.
ICSI technique, increased IVF succes rate in Spain
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection or sperm microinjection technique is a very innovative
technique that allows IVF to be much more effective and, therefore, increases the success rate
of pregnancies. But what does this technique consist of? A micropipette is used to facilitate the
entry of the sperm into the egg. To do this, the best sperm are previously selected and
introduced directly into the mature egg.
As you can see, through this technique we facilitate the entry of the sperm into the cytoplasm
of the mature egg and we make it possible to fertilise it, thus avoiding fertilisation failures that
may occur naturally.