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2013 Assisted Reproductive Technology

Cover image of 2015 report.

Report Data from 467 fertility clinics and information below are extracts from this report.

  • How many people in the United States have infertility problems?
    • 2011–2013 National Survey of Family Growth. (For more details about the data, see htm#infertility.)
    • Of the approximately 61 million women aged 15–44 years in 2011–2013, about 6.9 million, or 11%, had received infertility services at some time in their lives. (Infertility services include medical tests to diagnose infertility, medical advice and treatments to help a woman become pregnant, and services other than routine prenatal care to prevent miscarriage.)
    • Additionally, about 6% of married women aged 15–44 years are infertile (unable to get pregnant after at least 12 consecutive months of trying to conceive).
  • Which clinics are represented in this report?
    • The data in this report come from 467 fertility clinics that provided and verified information about the outcomes of the ART cycles started in their clinics in 2013.
  • What are my chances of getting pregnant using ART?
    • Unfortunately, not all ART procedures that result in a pregnancy lead to the delivery of a live infant.
    • 93,787 fresh nondonor ART cycles were started in 2013. Of those, 33,425 (36%) led to a pregnancy, but only 27,406 (29%) resulted in a live birth. In other words, 6,019 (almost 1 in 5) of ART pregnancies did not result in a live birth.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology. 2013 Assisted Reproductive Technology Fertility Clinic Success Rates Report. Atlanta (GA): US Dept of Health and Human Services; 2015.


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