Given the intricate nature of the human reproductive system, it is not surprising that approximately one in six couples will not be able to conceive a child after trying for one year. For couples who want to have a child of their own, infertility is like a roller coaster ride of emotional highs and lows. Our team of fertility specialists includes reproductive endocrinologists, urologists, advanced practice nurses, andrologists and embryologists trained in advanced reproductive technology.
Publications & Resources
- FREE Guide to the Treatment of Infertility
- The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Infertility
- Learn more about Harboring Hope, childless couples’ second chance for in vitro fertilization.
Cleveland Clinic Fertility Center Success Rates 2015
View our success rates for the following:
|Type of Cycle|
|Fresh Embyos from Non-donor Eggs (by age)||under 34||35-37||38-40||41-42||43-44||over 44|
|Percentage of Transfers Resulting in Live Births||60.9||45.9||43.1||0.07||0||0|
|Percentage of Transfers Resulting in Pregnancies||73.4||62.3||58.8||0.07||0.16||0|
|Frozen Embryos from Non-Donor Eggs (by age)||under 34||35-37||38-40||41-42||43-44||over 44|
|Percentage of Transfers Resulting in Live Births||54.7||51.1||45.5||0.08||0.33||0|
|Percentage of Transfers Resulting in Pregnancies||65||55.3||54.5||0.15||0.67||0|
- Compare to the national averages as compiled by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology.