overall number for 2009 is goodApril 12 2011 at 7:29 AM
|Mrs. A (no login)|
Response to Thanks for the information
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births = 68.8%
However, when you look at DOR they only had 2 cycles for that diagnosis in 2009:
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births = 0 / 1
And for DE, looks like they do very little DE because in 2009 they only had one DE cycle (frozen transfer). Prior years are small numbers too.
Given your u/s NP's comments, I'd be very curious to know what their plan for you would be. They have pretty good numbers in the under 35 category (which you fall under) but based on the data it seems very very few are for DOR.
Listen to what they have to say - you never know. And present them with this data and ask them how your case fits into it.
- 100% agree - Jamie on Apr 12, 9:03 AM
- Will do! nt - Cee on Apr 12, 2:59 PM