Since 2006, the Fairfax EggBank has offered frozen donor eggs to recipients requesting donor egg IVF. For over a decade, we have been using a technique that has consistently provided impressive results. Below are the statistics for 2018, across ALL IVF clinics we partner with.

2018 Fairfax EggBank Success Rates

Pregnancy rate is a percentage that is calculated based on clinical pregnancy per embryo transfer. A clinical pregnancy is defined as a gestational sac observed in the uterus at roughly 6-7 weeks gestation.





*Our ongoing pregnancy/live birth data represents 2014 – 2018 data outcomes.

Our Commitment to Quality Control

Fairfax EggBank employs a dedicated embryology team whose sole purpose is to support its IVF clinic partners. There are three keys we provide to ensure quality control and precise execution:

  1. Proprietary thawing protocol – At the onset of the clinic partnership, our Embryology Liaison will visit your clinic’s embryology laboratory to share our warming protocol.
  2. Continual, on-demand lab support – We will continue to monitor each and every result as the partnership progresses. Our Embryology Liaison’s goal is to be your clinic’s collaborator in maximizing successful outcomes, and is on hand to review data and techniques with affiliate clinic partners.
  3. Embryo development guarantee – We guarantee at least one good-quality embryo from a purchased cohort, giving you the improved chance of conceiving. To learn more about the guarantee, click here.

Comparing IVF Center Success Rates

When comparing success rates it is important to consider the many factors that contribute to the success of the IVF center. Some factors to take into account are the level of training and experience of the chosen IVF center, the experience of the clinic’s laboratory professionals, and the quality of services they provide. Other factors are related to the egg donor recipients themselves, such as age, lifestyle, and the cause of their infertility.

Some clinics may be more willing than others to accept patients with low chances of success or may specialize in various IVF treatments that attract particular types of patients. This may cause great variances in success rates so it is important to understand that success rates are affected by these many factors combined.

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