Success Rates

Pacific Northwest Fertility has become a leading fertility clinic by focusing on personalized patient care, innovation, meticulous attention to detail in the laboratory and the clinic, and optimal communication and teamwork between physicians, embryologists and nurses.

We have embraced new technologies, such as vitrification and pre-implantation genetic testing, before most other clinics so that our patients can enjoy their best chance of success.

PNWF IVF success rates have been consistently high since we opened our doors in 2005, in spite of our commitment to transferring just one embryo at a time. For the past few years, the average number of embryos transferred has been 1.1 to 1.3 for all treatments and for all ages. Our goal is always a healthy mother and baby, which is best achieved by avoiding the substantial medical risks of multiple pregnancies.

SART Data Highlights* 

71.6% pie chart

Under 35: Live Births per Egg Retrieval

68.1% pie chart

Under 35: Live Births per Started Cycle

79.2% pie chart

Under 35: Live Births per New Patient

26.1% pie chart

Age 41-42: Live Births per Egg Retrieval

23.5% pie chart

Age 41-42: Live Births per Started Cycle

48% pie chart

Age 41-42: Live Births per New Patient

*Most recent complete SART data (2017)

2021 Aneden Gives Grant Cycle with PNWFApply Now for This Years Grant!

Aneden Gives is a non profit foundation that provides grants to patients for fertility care. We believe fertility care should be accessible to all.

Each grant cycle Aneden Gives offers two $7,500 grants and three $5,000 grants to be used for fertility treatment. Funds can be used to cover anything related to fertility care. 

Apply between August 1st - August 31st to be eligible for this grant cycle.