Postings about donating, selling or re-selling any drugs are not allowed on this board. Thank you for your cooperation. Anyone who posts about donating, buying or selling drugs will be banned from this board. If you need to contact the board monitor send an email message to: Over 40 High FSH Board Monitor


 

 Return to Index  

Let me quote you some New Hope and CCRM data for 2010

April 11 2012 at 5:38 PM
No score for this post
MIR  (Login miraclex2)


Response to fresh vs. FET vitrification stats

 

because I assume that you are doing minimal-stim at New Hope, and I am using CCRM as a reference because we know their lab is excellent.

Live birth per transfer for the age group 41-42
fresh: 6% FET: 11.1%

Live birth per transfer for the age group 42+
fresh: 1.7% FET: 7.2% (I personally consider 7.2% very encouraging as opposed to widely believed 1% live birth for 42+, because NH takes a lot older patients)

Not only that, if you look at the other age groups, FET live birth rate is consistently higher than fresh.

Also look at CCRM, you see the same pattern. Far fewer people bank at CCRM (at least not to the same extent like at NH where people bank for over a year, because it is too expensive), so the FET retrieval age will be closer to the transfer age.

Live birth per transfer for the age group 41-42
fresh: 24.4% FET: 43.1%

Live birth per transfer for the age group 42+
fresh: 10.9% FET 19%

I think the conclusion is very clear. If your lab is competent, go FET.


    
This message has been edited by miraclex2 on Apr 11, 2012 5:39 PM


 
Scoring disabled. You must be logged in to score posts.Respond to this message   
Responses

 Copyright © 1999-2014 Network54. All rights reserved.   Terms of Use   Privacy Statement