IVF Success Rates

Every couple who embarks on a fertility journey has the same dream – having a baby. Many factors will contribute to the likelihood they’ll achieve this dream and it can be difficult to give definitive answers to questions about the chance of success for individuals or couples. Everyone has different reasons they’re struggling to conceive, some reasons have a big impact on your chance of success and some have a smaller impact.

At Genea Oxford, we’re committed to providing the best chance of achieving the dream of parenthood through our consistent investment in our world leading science and individualised care. It’s not just a throwaway line for us - it’s something we deeply believe in and as you’ll find, our staff live and breathe it every single day. And our success rates of IVF show we live up to that promise.

How we compare to other clinics

The reality is that it’s difficult to compare clinics. Every clinic has their own way of presenting their IVF statistics using different age cohorts or clinical pregnancy rates versus live births - no wonder you’re confused. That’s why here at Genea Oxford we only use the industry information sourced from the Australian and New Zealand Assisted Reproduction Database (ANZARD) report, an annual review of IVF in Australia and New Zealand which we believe is the only true independent basis for comparison.

The information in the ANZARD report shows Genea Oxford's Australian partner Genea, consistently provides the best possible chance of success for couples.

In the graph below we’ve compared Genea’s success rates with the average success rate of all other Australian and New Zealand clinics combined. The numbers shown here compare the average success rate for all Genea's Australian clinics, procedure types and age groups.

Success rates at Genea vs other clinics across all age groups

Success rates by age

IVF Success Rates for women aged under 30
IVF Success Rates for women aged between 30 and 34
IVF Success Rates for women aged between 35 and 39
IVF Success Rates for women aged between 40 and 44

We know that the longer couples wait to seek help, the more it can adversely affect their chance of conceiving. The best time to seek help is when you get worried - if you’ve had no luck conceiving and it’s starting to bother you, talk to us. Even though it can be hard to make the first call, you’ve got everything to gain from taking that step.

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