IVF Spain offers one of the highest certified success rates in Europe. Couples from all over the world come to this international assisted reproduction centre seeking an effective solution to their fertility issues. Before coming to Spain, our patients have undergone already an avergage of 3.2 treatments. So they come to us looking for a high degree of medical specialisation, latest technology and an excellent patient care.
If you are considering travelling for treatment far from your home, after several failed attempts and years of emotional exhaustion, we believe it is important for you to bear in mind that IVF Spain’s pregnancy rates are way above the Spanish average, according to the data provided by the SEF (Sociedad Española de Fertilidad – Spanish Fertility Society).
The SEF gathers data about fertility treatments provided by the participant clinics within the Spanish territory. For this, the SEF follows a registry system based on quality markers, the fulfilment of the legislation in force, and international approval.
The statistics presented by IVF Spain are accredited by Applus+, a company present in more than 70 countries and a leader in the field of inspection, trials and certification.
The following statistics show the clinical pregnancy rates per transfer, ‘Clinical pregnancy’ being defined as a pregnancy that has been diagnosed through ultrasound evidencing one or more gestational sacs.
As per the following data, it should be noted that IVF Spain shows a considerable increase in the pregnancy rate in treatments with the patient’s own eggs when PGD-A (Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis of Aneuploidies) is used. It can be observed that the success rates go from 28,5% to 40,4% by means of the selection of genetically healthy embryos within the same age range (>40).
Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis of Aneuploidies, also known as PGS (Pre-implantation Genetic Screening) is a procedure that allows for the determination of the chromosomic state of an embryo or a set of embryos (like the ones created for assisted reproduction) through the screening of the 23 pairs of human chromosomes. Only the embryos with a correct number of chromosomes will be able to implant in the uterus and give birth to a healthy baby.
Find below the most relevant data of IVF Spain in relation to the SEF: