Success Rates of Surrogacy

Check out success rates of surrogacy process. Get to know which factors can influence your chances of having baby.
Success Rates of Surrogacy
There are cases, when a woman may have trouble to conceive through the In Vitro Fertilization procedure because of some unknown implantation problems, as embryo implantation is considered to be a very mysterious process with many questions remained open.

In other cases, however, a woman may have trouble with carrying her pregnancy to term. Or it is also possible that a woman may not be able to become pregnant either because of some health problems, or because of some physiological problems, like absence of uterus, infertility, etc. Anyway, in all cases a woman may apply to Assisted Reproduction Techniques with a gestational carrier (a woman, known as well as a surrogate mother). In general, the success rate for gestational surrogate mothers proves to be somewhat higher than for the Assisted Reproductive Technologies patients.

   In women, who are younger than thirty five years old, and who apply to the gestational surrogate mother’s service, the live birth rate is about 46.7 percent;
  In women, who are younger than thirty five years old, and who do not apply to the gestational surrogate mother’s service, the live birth rate is about 42.7 percent;surrogacy_rates
  In women, who are thirty five – thirty seven years old, and who apply to the gestational surrogate mother’s service, the live birth rate is about 40.4 percent;
  In women, who are thirty five – thirty seven years old, and who do not apply to the gestational surrogate mother’s service, the live birth rate is about 35.5 percent;
  In women, who are thirty eight – forty years old, and who apply to the gestational surrogate mother’s service, the live birth rate is about 31.5 percent;
  In women, who are thirty eight – forty years old, and who do not apply to the gestational surrogate mother’s service, the live birth rate is about 25.2 percent;
   In women, who are older than forty years old, and who apply to the gestational surrogate mother’s service, the live birth rate is about 18.6 percent;
  And, finally, in women, who are older than forty years old, and who do not apply to the gestational surrogate mother’s service, the live birth rate is about 11.9 percent.

Generally, the live birth rate for gestational surrogacy is somewhere about 20 – 30 percent per one cycle, while the live birth rate for traditional surrogacy is about 5 – 15 percent per one cycle. The main facts, which influence the success rate of a gestational surrogacy, are the fertility of a future intended mother as well as the fertility of the future intended father. The facts, which usually influence the success rate of the traditional surrogacy, are the following:
 Age of the surrogate mother;
 Quality of the semen;
 Timing of the process of insemination;
 Sperm placement location.