As a couple undergoing or intend to undergo an IVF treatment, we understand that it is important to know a centre’s pregnancy success rates. But it is also important to know what success rates really mean. We pride ourselves in reporting the most current success rates so that you can make a sound decision before commencing the treatment. Additionally, our results have been compared against the ANZARD (Australian & New Zealand Reproduction Database) results and audited during our routine RTAC (Reproductive Technology Accreditation Committee) certification by an international independent external auditor.

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Last updated on Oct 26, 2020

Success Rates
Frozen Embryo Transfer
2018

Note : Pregnancy rates per embryo transfer

The above charts show the success rates for Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) that took place at KL Fertility Centre between 1st January 2018 and 31st December 2018. The FET data above :-

  • Includes all embryos frozen from different years created via IVF or ICSI.
  • Excludes cycles completed by patients using donated eggs and donated embryos.
  • Excludes frozen treatment cycles that has incorporated Pre-Implantation Genetic Testing (PGT).

Success Rates
Pre-implantation Genetic Testing (PGT)
2018

Note: Pregnancy rates per embryo transfer

The above chart shows the success rates for Pre-implantation Genetic Testing (PGT) that took place at KL Fertility Centre between 1st January 2018 and 31st December 2018. The PGT data above :-

  • Includes all embryos frozen from different years created via IVF or ICSI.
  • Excludes cycles completed by patients using donated eggs and donated embryos.

Our data is not adjusted for:

  • Age of the female and male
  • BMI (weight) of the female and male
  • Causes of infertility
  • Duration of infertility and previous IVF cycle numbers
  • Ovarian reserve parameters (AMH level and AFC)
  • Embryo quality and post-thaw survival rates
  • Lifestyle factors (e.g. smoking)
  • Type of ovarian stimulation for IVF/ICSI regime
  • Type of uterine preparation for FET regime

Therefore, individual results will vary with individual circumstances and not every IVF treatment cycle commenced will result in an egg collection, an embryo transfer or embryos to freeze.


Many of our patients who had eggs collected in 2019 still have not had their embryo transfer procedures done, and therefore, the above is our most recent FULL YEAR results.

For detailed explanation, do see the sections below.

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