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Why do I have Repeated or Recurrent Miscarriages?
Q. What are the success rates for IVF, and what factors can affect those rates?
The success rates for IVF vary depending on factors such as the woman's age, the cause of Infertility, the duration of Infertility, the number of embryos transferred, and past instances of recurrent implantation failure and miscarriages. On average, the success rate for women under 35 across a couple of cycles is around 60-70%, which decreases as a woman's age increases.
Q. How does age affect the success rate of IVF?
The age of a woman is a crucial factor in IVF success rates since the chances of a successful pregnancy decrease rapidly after the age of 35, especially for women over 40 years. Also, the risk of miscarriage and congenital disabilities in the child increases after 35 years.
Q) Can a couple have a baby through IVF after a miscarriage?
Even if you have had multiple miscarriages and recurrent pregnancy loss, the good news is that an IVF treatment with genetic testing (PGT-A) can lower the risk of miscarriages and increase the chances of a successful pregnancy.
Q) I am an active smoker, will I affect my pregnancy chances.
Yes, smoking affects the chances of getting pregnant. It can reduce fertilization rates even during fertility treatments, resulting in miscarriages or ectopic pregnancies.