2012 Pregnancy Success Rates

SART has released 2011 pregnancy statistics for U. S fertility clinics. Unfortunately for the first time in our 20 year history, San Diego Fertility Center is listed as a non-reporting center.

This inability to report success rates resulted from a technical error. While uploading 2011 data, our data system failed to properly communicate with SART’s system. Additionally, we were unable to verify its integrity or correct the errors prior to SART’s submission deadline.

San Diego Fertility Center continues to support the national statistical reporting of our industry; we are working to insure present and future data is accurately reported for this current and all future years.

In an effort to provide you with insight into our ongoing performance we have chosen to provide you with the most up to date, 2012 clinical pregnancy data.

2012 Pregnancy Success Rates

Age of Women
Fresh Embryos from Non-Donor Oocytes< 3535-3738-40> 40
Number of Transfers
% of retrievals resulting in clinical pregnancy51281923
% of transfers resulting in clinical pregnancy58332527
% of cycles with eSET2.912.11.83.8
Average # embryos transferred2.
% pregnancies with twins47.226.725.00/11
% pregnancies with triplets or more1.86.70/120/11
Frozen Embryos From Nondonor Eggs
Number of transfers55342810
% of transfers resulting in clinical pregnancy40322910
Average # embryos transferred2.
Donor Oocytes (all ages)Thawed EmbryosFresh Embryos
Number of transfers
% of transfers resulting in clinical pregnancy
Average # embryos transferred2.22.0

Please note: A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entry criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.