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Efficacy of treatment


Chances of pregnancy

Unfortunately, the chances of parenthood are closely linked to age. Although we are living longer and longer, our biological clock cannot be stopped. It is natural that the likelihood of a woman giving birth to a child decreases with the passage of time.

A woman's peak reproductive period is in her twenties. Fertility gradually declines after the age of 30. This decline accelerates after the mid-30s. Every month, a healthy, fertile 30-year-old woman has about a 20% chance of becoming pregnant. This means that for every 100 fertile 30-year-old women trying to get pregnant in 1 cycle, 20 will succeed and the remaining 80 will have to try again. Half of trying couples obtain a pregnancy after about 6 months, three quarters after 9 months. After 12 months of regular intercourse, about 15% fail - of these, about half become pregnant spontaneously (without medical intervention) in the following 12 months. By the age of 40, a woman's chance is less than 5% per cycle, so less than 5 out of 100 women each month can succeed.

Male fertility also declines with age, but not as predictably as female fertility. This is where the fact that men are not born with a 'ready' supply of sperm, but produce it every day, plays a role. It is estimated that male fertility begins to decline between the ages of 40 and 45. The decline in fertility is also caused by a decrease in the number and quality of sperm they produce. Men may have fertility problems even if they can still have sex that ends in ejaculation.

Modern reproductive medicine cannot change the rules of biology, but it can significantly increase the chances of having a baby, even in women over 35. Make an appointment with us - it's not too late!

Effectiveness of infertility treatment in Europe

As the results of the latest EIM (European IVF Monitoring) report show, the data on the effectiveness of infertility treatment with assisted reproduction methods in Poland for the years 2013-2016 look as follows:

Success Rates Europe | TFP

Specifically for in vitro treatment they amounted to:

Effectiveness EN-PL

Effectiveness of treatment in TFP clinics

Our reports show that around 60% of couples who undergo treatment with us will conceive a child as a result of a single treatment cycle. This is all thanks to the competence of a strong team of embryologists and highly specialised laboratory facilities.

At TFP, we strive to continually improve our success rates. To this end, we engage in research, participate in exchanges between our clinics, and enable our staff to work with world-renowned professionals. We can help you.

Guarantee of data reliability

As TFP member organisations, we are subject to continuous, objective, and ESHRE standardised monitoring of in vitro laboratory performance. Data related to the effectiveness of our treatments are collected in real-time, reported and compared quarterly at consensus member meetings in London. There the heads of clinics and in vitro laboratories discuss the results obtained, share their observations, and discuss the possibilities of improving particular stages of infertility treatment offered in TFP centres.

Additionally, we voluntarily present our results to the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) within the framework of the initiative called European Monitoring of In Vitro Results (EIM). We have something to be proud of!

Every confirmed clinical pregnancy is a great joy for us!

If you are interested in more detailed information about our success rates, please take a look at the website of the clinic of your choice:


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