This IVF prediction tool was developed using patient and treatment data from the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) who collect and store data on all licensed fertility treatments centres in the USA. This tool is for the use of heterosexual couples who are starting IVF treatment for the first time using their own eggs and sperm.
Before you begin your treatment, SART IVF Cycle 1 calculates your cumulative chance of having a baby over one or more complete cycles of IVF (up to a maximum of three complete cycles). A complete cycle means all fresh and frozen-thawed embryo transfers resulting from one episode of ovarian stimulation.
If all treatments in your first complete cycle have been unsuccessful and you decide to continue with IVF, you can use SART IVF Cycle 2 to update your cumulative chance of having a baby over the second and third complete cycles.
The SART IVF calculators were developed using patient and treatment data from all IVF cycles carried out in the USA from 2014 to 2016. All of the personal identifying information was removed from the data before being used in the creation of the tool.
Disclaimer: Using the information that you enter, this tool allows you to estimate your chance of having a live birth using in vitro fertilization (IVF)—the most common type of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). This information is calculated based on the experiences of women and couples with similar characteristics. The estimates are based on the data we have available and may not be representative of your specific experience. Because fewer patients are available in the upper age group, please interpret the results with caution in conjunction with counsel by your doctor. Please speak with your doctor about your specific treatment plan and potential for success.