Dr. Armağan Ulubaş and the entire team want to provide you with an all-encompassing fertility program in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. At euroCARE IVF, 8 out of 10 patients are achieving a positive pregnancy result.
While clinical IVF statistics are meaningful, they cannot measure the satisfaction of all our euroCARE patients — no matter outcome of their individual fertility treatment.
At euroCARE IVF, 8 out of 10 patients are achieving a positive pregnancy result.
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As patients near the end of their IVF journey in North Cyprus — the next chapter begins. After all the preparation, the travel to Cyprus, and the embryo transfer is complete, the next stage of the journey — is the pregnancy test.
The most accurate test for pregnancy is the beta hCG blood test. The hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (better known as hCG) is produced during pregnancy. It is created by cells that form the placenta, which nourishes the egg after it has been fertilized and becomes attached to the uterine wall. Levels can first be detected by a blood test around 12 days after the embryo transfer procedure has taken place and 15 days after the embryo transfer by a urine test.
- An hCG level below 5 mIU/ml is considered “not pregnant”
- An hCG level above 25 mIU/ml is considered “pregnant”
- An hCG level between 5-25 mIU/ml requires a follow-up test to confirm what it could be
In general, the hCG levels will double every 72 hours. The level will reach its peak in the first 8 – 11 weeks of pregnancy and will decline and level off for the remainder of the pregnancy.
Please use caution — and try not to over think the hCG numbers in front of you. A normal pregnancy may have low hCG levels and result in a perfectly healthy baby. The results from an ultrasound after 5 – 6 weeks gestation are much more accurate than using hCG numbers. At 7 – 8 weeks gestation, the heartbeat can then be detected.
IVF Success Rates
IVF success rates are the percentage of all IVF procedures that result in a favorable outcome. Based on the calculation method used for evaluation of the outcomes, there are two types of success rates: pregnancy and live birth rates.
This is the formula for calculating IVF pregnancy rate:
*Pregnancy Rate Formula – Resource: Center for Human Reproduction:
The live birth rate is the percentage of all IVF cycles that lead to a live birth. This rate excludes miscarriage or stillbirth, and multiple-order births, such as twins and triplets, are considered one pregnancy.
*Live birth rate formula – Resource: Center for Human Reproduction
Clinical pregnancy rate is used most often when the number of live births is not yet available. Pregnancy rates are more convenient to use since a pregnancy takes about 40 weeks to reach full term and the end results still may not be known. That is why our IVF clinic publishes only pregnancy rates as they are available.
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