What is Pregnancy Rate?
Pregnancy rate (PR) is the success rate for getting pregnant. Pregnancy rate can be defined as is the total number of pregnancies, including live births, induced abortions, and fetal deaths per 1,000 female aged 15-44 years for a specified country or State.IVF pregnancy rates may be based on embryo transfer cycles. The pregnancy rates can be increased or decreased in IVF by transferring multiple embryos that may result in multiple births. Age affects the Pregnancy rate. The younger Age has high pregnancy rates where older men have decreased pregnancy rates. Now the pregnancy rates become high due to the high advanced assisted reproductive technology (ART). The average pregnancy rate is 35%.
Facts about Pregnancy Rate
- Pregnancy rate Increased with the assisted reproductive technology (ART)
Clinical pregnancy rates after elective versus non-elective single embryo transfer in IVF PGT cycles.
- Decreases in teen pregnancy rates are partially due to lower rates of sexual activity among young women.
- Use of Omalizumab Will Increases the Pregnancy Rate.
- Teen pregnancy rates are high in the United States in the western industrialized world.
- Women aged 30-34 years have the highest pregnancy rates.
- Assisted reproductive technology (ART) results in a high pregnancy rate in 20.7% twin and 3.74% triplet baby birth.
- Pregnancy rate per started treatment in 2016 was 30.5%.
- Pregnancy rates are higher, with five-day-old embryos (blastocysts) than with three-day-old embryos.
- Pregnancy rates with egg donation are now rising by about 50%.
- Pregnancy Rate is an excellent tool for monitoring dairy herd reproductive performance.
- The biggest drops in pregnancy rates were in younger women.