Fertility North

Success Rates 

Success rates are a valuable tool for comparing your chance of successful treatment between different clinics.  However, success rates are often presented in a way that can make comparison tricky! 

Success rates 

Fertility North is proud to consistently achieve success rates worth celebrating, and as such, we publish our success rates in accordance with the requirements set out by the  RTAC Code of Practice (see section 2.2.3). 

Further information about interpreting success rates can be found from the Fertility Society of Australia and the Australian Government:

Fertility Society    Australian Government 

1 January 2019 – 31 December 2020 

These results represent the most recent results available following the birth of a baby. 

These results include:

  • Cleavage stage and blastocyst embryo transfers of patients using their own eggs 
  • IVF and ICSI treatment 
  • Embryos transferred in a fresh, stimulated treatment cycle and frozen transfer cycles 

 These results do not include the following:

  • Minimal Stimulation (MoNa / Mini-IVF) or Natural Cycles 
  • Donor egg/embryo treatment cycles 

 A Clinical pregnancy is defined by the presence of one or more of the following: pregnancy ongoing at 20 weeks, ultrasound evidence of an intrauterine sac (with or without a fetal heart), examination of products of conception reveal chorionic villi, or an ectopic pregnancy diagnosed by laparoscope or by ultrasound. 

* Not every treatment cycle will result in an egg collection, an embryo transfer, or embryos to freeze. 

* Success rates may vary and are affected by a number of factors including age, weight, lifestyle factors, genetic factors and other various causes of infertility. 

For further information on understanding success rates, please refer to the Fertility Society of Australia’s “Interpreting pregnancy rates: a consumer guide.