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Success Rates

Success Rates

Individualized patient care and personalized treatment plans are essential to successful fertility treatments. This approach, in combination with our emphasis on single embryo transfer, leads to extraordinary success rates. ART Fertility Clinics has consistently been one of the most successful clinics in the Middle East and India, with a high live birth rate compared to other clinics.

Our Latest Pregnancy Rate and Ongoing Pregnancy Rates for the Year 2017-2023*.

2023

Overall Pregnancy Rate: 69%
Ongoing Pregnancy Rate: 58%

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2022

Overall Pregnancy Rate: 69%
Ongoing Pregnancy Rate: 58%

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2021

Overall Pregnancy Rate: 70%
Ongoing Pregnancy Rate: 58%

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2020

Overall Pregnancy Rate: 69%
Ongoing Pregnancy Rate: 56%

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2019

Overall Pregnancy Rate: 69%
Ongoing Pregnancy Rate: 52%

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2018

Overall Pregnancy Rate: 70%
Ongoing Pregnancy Rate: 56%

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2017

Overall Pregnancy Rate: 78%
Ongoing Pregnancy Rate: 65%

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* Last updated on May 17, 2024

  • Frozen Embryo Transfer with Pre-Implantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidies (PGT-A)
  • Pregnant Rate Is the Positive Pregnancy Test (Pregnancy Hormone in the Blood).
  • Ongoing Pregnancy Rate or Clinical Pregnancy Is a Pregnancy with a Positive Heartbeat (Baby With a Positive Heartbeat in the Scan).

Higher Incidence of Infertility in the GCC is Due to Cultural and Social Factors

Very High Prevalence of Consanguinity

Very High Prevalence of Consanguinity

  • Parental consanguinity is associated with both male and female infertility
  • In females it prematurely reduces the ovarian reserve (bank of fertile eggs)
  • In males it causes chromosomal Y abnormalities leading to genetic sperm defects

Vitamin D Deficiency Due To Insufficient Exposure To Direct Sunlight

  • Vitamin D deficiency adversely effects reproductive tissues including ovaries, endometrium and the placenta
  • Vitamin D deficiency is associated with development of uterine leiomyomas, leading to poor IVF response.
Vitamin D Deficiency Due To Insufficient Exposure To Direct Sunlight
Very High Obesity Levels Driven By Rapid Economic Development

Very High Obesity Levels Driven By Rapid Economic Development

  • Obesity causes menstrual irregularities, anovulation & reduced conception
  • Obesity also leads to poor response to IVF treatments

Cultural Factors

  • Cultural propensity to have large families in the Middle east leads to having children at ages of 40+ This creates a larger pool of higher aged female patients for IVF treatment
  • Advanced maternal age leads to reduction in mature follicles within the ovaries and increased chromosomal abnormalities(1)
Cultural Factors
Download The Published Paper on Sociocultural influences on fertility in the Middle East

ART Fertility Clinics has consistently been one of the most successful clinics in the Middle East and India, with a high live birth rate compared to other clinics. The clinic has a focus on individualized patient care and personalized treatment plans, which leads to high success rates. The overall pregnancy rate for 2021 was 70% and the ongoing pregnancy rate was 58%. The success rates from 2017 to 2020 varied from 69-78% for the overall pregnancy rate and 52-65% for the ongoing pregnancy rate. The higher incidence of infertility in the GCC is due to cultural and social factors such as consanguinity, vitamin D deficiency, obesity, and cultural factors like having large families at an older age. These factors can lead to issues such as reduced ovarian reserve, chromosomal abnormalities, menstrual irregularities, and reduced response to IVF treatments.

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