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Delivered Pregnancy Rates for 2007 and 2008

Pacific Fertility Center is pleased to share our delivered pregnancy rates for 2007 and our preliminary clinical pregnancy rates for 2008. These outstanding pregnancy rates are made possible thanks to our team of board certified Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility specialists, as well as, our highly trained embryologists. Clinical pregnancy reflects the finding of a pregnancy sac in the uterus following transfer. Delivered pregnancy rate will be lower after accounting for miscarriage and pregnancy loss, particularly in older age groups.

Pacific Fertility Center Preliminary Clinical Pregnancy Rates for 2008

**Oocyte Donation**
Number of Cycles191153
Pregnancy Rate per transfer66%34%
**IVF - Own Egg**
Number of Cycles18016617411958
Pregnancy Rate per transfer51%46%42%31%15%
**PGS/PGD - Own Egg, < 40 years of age**
Number of Cycles32
Clinical Pregnancy Rate per transfer56.3%
**Elective Single Embryo Transfer (eSET)**
Oocyte Donation
Number of Cycles73
Clinical Pregnancy Rate per transfer68.5%
Multiple pregnancy (identical twins)2
IVF - Own Egg, < 40 years of age
Number of cycles41
Clinical Pregnancy Rate per transfer51.2%
Multiple Pregnancy (identical twins)1

Delivered Pregnancy Rates 2007 (as reported to SART and CDC)

**Oocyte Donation - All**
Number of Cycles161180
Delivered Pregnancy Rate per transfer61.5%31.1%
**IVF - Own Egg**
Number of Cycles19016519910978
Delivered Pregnancy Rate per transfer44.1%42.4%23.5%22.2%10.9%
Posted on March 1st, 2009

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