Successful Clinical Pregnancy Rates

TMC Fertility Centre’s in Malaysia success rates are documented and published in international medical journals as we continue to set new standards in fertility breakthroughs.

Our fertility treatment in Malaysia success, is measured based on clinical pregnancies, as recommended by the Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority, UK.

A clinical pregnancy is when the ultrasound scan has shown at least one fetal heartbeat. This is different from normal pregnancy rate using positive urine or blood test results, which may not be accurate due to the medications taken during the IVF treatment which disrupts hormonal levels in the bloodstream.

For a more accurate portrayal of our success rates, we also document our clinical pregnancy rates:

TMC Fertility Centre IVF Clinical Pregnancy Rate Over the Years

THIS MEANS out of every 10 couples seeking treatment with us, 6 will successfully achieve clinical pregnancy.


** 2003 : Published in Fertility & Sterility, the journal of American society of reproductive medicine Vol. 84 supp1 2005
*** 2006 : Published in Reproductive Biomedicine Online Vol 16, Supp 2, 2008
**** 2013 : Presented in the 5th Congress of the Asia Pacific Initiative of Reproduction (ASPIRE), Brisbane Australia, April 2014


2012 IVF & Clinical Pregnancy Rate by Age Group

THIS MEANS the younger you are, the higher your chances of pregnancy success with IVF treatment. Generally, the reproductive systems of both men and women tend to decline with age. Women’s number and quality of eggs tend to decrease after the age of 35, affecting fertility rates. It is advisable for couples above the age of 35 to seek treatment if six months of unprotected intercourse did not result in pregnancy.


Clinical Pregnancy Rate for Blastocyst Transfer

THIS MEANS that blastocyst transfer may help increase clinical pregnancy success rates among older couples aged 37 to 43 years old. Blastocyst transfer means transferring the embryo into the womb on the fifth day instead of the second or third day after fertilisation.


* 2007: Malaysia Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2007 Vol 8. No 13
** 2009: Malaysia Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2010 Vol 8. No 19
***2009-2013: Presented in the 23rd Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society of Malaysia, 2014


Clinical Pregnancy Rate for Oocyte Donation

THIS MEANS that certain women who do not have their own eggs due to advanced age or illnesses can still have high clinical pregnancy success rates, thanks to our advancements in fertility treatment.



* Presented in the 2nd Congress of the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (ASPIRE) Singapore 2008


Clinical Pregnancy Rate of Frozen Embryo Transfer Cycles

THIS MEANS that your embryos that are frozen from the first IVF attempt will still have success rates after cryo-preservation.



*  Presented in 23rd Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society of Malaysia, 2014