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I'm trying to find out where i can find some rough ideas of how successful IVF is, depending on the diagnosed problem.
all the statistics i've looked at just give an overall success rate. I'd like to find out if IVF tends to be more successful depending on whether it's a male or female factor causing the problem. Does anyone know where i might find this info out?
I know there are stats out there...I'll try to find them. A lot of it, though, just depends. I know that's a lousy thing to hear, but it depends on if you have a single problem or multiple issues, and the severity of those issues. Plus, your age, general health, etc. play into the success of IVF.
Melissa - Mama of IVF babies Claire (3), George (1), and Abigail (1)
thanks for the reply. The only thing our hosp can tell us is that the biggest factor is the womans age, which being 27, is on our side. But, i'd like to try and get the full facts of what we're dealing with, so i'm not under any illusions as to the likelyhood of success