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Section 2: ART Cycles Using Fresh, Nondonor Eggs or Embryos (Part A)

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Figure 6 is a bar graph representing outcomes of ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos, by stage, 2010.

  • 100,824 cycles started
  • 90,241 retrievals
  • 82,624 transfers
  • 37,191 pregnancies
  • 30,425 live-birth deliveries

Figure 7 is a pie chart representing reasons ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos were discontinued in 2010. Note: The statistics are based on 10,583 ART cycles. Total does not equal 100% due to rounding.

  • No or inadequate egg production 83.5%
  • Patient withdrawal for other reasons 11.5%
  • Too-high response to ovarian stimulation medication 4.1%
  • Concurrent illness 0.8%
  • Unknown <0.1%

Figure 8 is a bar graph representing measures of success for ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos, 2010.

  • Cycles resulting in pregnancies 36.9%
  • Cycles resulting in live births 30.2%
  • Retrievals resulting in live births 33.7%
  • Transfers resulting in live births 36.8%
  • Cycles resulting in singleton live births 23.5%
  • Transfers resulting in singleton live births 25.7%

Figure 9 is a pie chart representing outcomes of ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos, 2010. Note: The percentage of clinical pregnancies in Figure 9 is a result of summing rounded data, while the percentage of clinical pregnancies shown in Figure 8 was calculated using raw data. Total does not equal 100% due to rounding.

  • No pregnancy 62.4%
  • Ectopic pregnancy 0.7%
  • Clinical pregnancy 36.8%, which is subdivided as follows:
    • Single-fetus pregnancy 23.1%
    • Multiple-fetus pregnancy 11.5%
    • Not able to determine the number of fetuses 2.2%

Figure 10 is a pie chart representing outcomes of pregnancies resulting from ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos, 2010. Maternal deaths prior to birth are not displayed due to small number of cycles (n = 2).

  • Miscarriage 16.1%
  • Induced abortion1.0%
  • Stillbirth 0.6%
  • Total live births 81.9%, which is subdivided as follows:
    • Singleton birth 57.1%
    • Multiple-infant birth 24.8%
  • Unknown outcome 0.4%
Figure 11 text below

Figure 11 depicts two pie charts, A and B, representing distribution of multiple-fetus pregnancies and distribution of having multiple-infant live births from ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos, 2010.

  • Pie chart A represents 37,191 pregnancies.
    • Singletons 62.6%
    • Total multiple-fetus pregnancies 31.3%, which is subdivided as follows:
      • Twins 28.4%
      • Triplets or more 2.9%
    • Not able to determine the number of fetuses 6.1%
  • Pie chart B represents 30,425 live births.
    • Singletons 69.7%
    • Total multiple-infant live births 30.3%, which is subdivided as follows:
      • Twins 28.8%
      • Triplets or more 1.5%

Figure 12 is a bar graph representing percentages of births that are preterm or low birth weight from ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos, by number of infants born, 2010.

  • Singletons from single-fetus pregnancy, preterm births 11.7%, low-birth-weight infants 8.6%
  • Singletons from multiple-fetus pregnancy, preterm births 16.7%, low-birth-weight infants 13.4%
  • Twins, preterm births 59.4%, low-birth-weight infants 56.3%
  • Triplets or more, preterm births 96.1%, low-birth-weight infants 93.4%

Figure 13 is a line graph representing the age distribution of women who had ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos, 2010.

  • Age <24, 0.5%
  • Age 24, 0.4%
  • Age 25, 0.8%
  • Age 26, 1.3%
  • Age 27, 2.1%
  • Age 28, 2.8%
  • Age 29, 3.9%
  • Age 30, 4.8%
  • Age 31, 5.5%
  • Age 32, 6.0%
  • Age 33, 6.4%
  • Age 34, 6.8%
  • Age 35, 7.3%
  • Age 36, 6.9%
  • Age 37, 7.0%
  • Age 38, 7.2%
  • Age 39, 7.6%
  • Age 40, 6.7%
  • Age 41, 5.7%
  • Age 42, 4.3%
  • Age 43, 2.9%
  • Age 44, 1.6%
  • Age 45, 0.8%
  • Age 46, 0.3%
  • Age 47, 0.2%
  • Age 48, <0.1%
  • Age >48, <0.1%

Figure 14 is a line graph with three lines representing percentages of ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos that resulted in pregnancies, live births, and singleton live births, by age of woman, 2010. Note: For consistency, all percentages are based on cycles started.

  • Age <24, Pregnancy 48.1%, Live birth 41.1%, Singleton live birth 26.7%
  • Age 24, Pregnancy 52.0%, Live birth 45.7%, Singleton live birth 28.3%
  • Age 25, Pregnancy 49.1%, Live birth 44.6%, Singleton live birth 30.7%
  • Age 26, Pregnancy 48.6%, Live birth 42.2%, Singleton live birth 26.1%
  • Age 27, Pregnancy 49.8%, Live birth 43.2%, Singleton live birth 28.5%
  • Age 28, Pregnancy 51.0%, Live birth 45.3%, Singleton live birth 28.8%
  • Age 29, Pregnancy 49.8%, Live birth 44.3%, Singleton live birth 28.2%
  • Age 30, Pregnancy 49.1%, Live birth 43.6%, Singleton live birth 28.3%
  • Age 31, Pregnancy 46.7%, Live birth 41.2%, Singleton live birth 26.6%
  • Age 32, Pregnancy 47.7%, Live birth 41.3%, Singleton live birth 27.9%
  • Age 33, Pregnancy 46.0%, Live birth 39.9%, Singleton live birth 26.7%
  • Age 34, Pregnancy 44.6%, Live birth 37.4%, Singleton live birth 26.0%
  • Age 35, Pregnancy 40.7%, Live birth 34.0%, Singleton live birth 24.3%
  • Age 36, Pregnancy 39.7%, Live birth 32.7%, Singleton live birth 22.9%
  • Age 37, Pregnancy 35.9%, Live birth 28.9%, Singleton live birth 21.0%
  • Age 38, Pregnancy 33.1%, Live birth 25.5%, Singleton live birth 18.8%
  • Age 39, Pregnancy 29.7%, Live birth 22.2%, Singleton live birth 17.1%
  • Age 40, Pregnancy 26.7%, Live birth 18.2%, Singleton live birth 14.7%
  • Age 41, Pregnancy 21.4%, Live birth 13.9%, Singleton live birth 11.1%
  • Age 42, Pregnancy 17.9%, Live birth 10.4%, Singleton live birth 8.8%
  • Age 43, Pregnancy 11.7%, Live birth 5.9%, Singleton live birth 5.3%
  • Age 44, Pregnancy 8.7%, Live birth 3.5%, Singleton live birth 3.1%
  • Age >44, Pregnancy 3.2%, Live birth 1.0%, Singleton live birth 0.9%

Figure 15 is a bar graph representing percentages of ART cycles using fresh nondonor eggs or embryos that resulted in pregnancies, live births, and singleton live births among women aged 40 or older, 2010. Note: For consistency, all percentages are based on cycles started.

  • Age 40, Pregnancy 26.7%, Live birth 18.2%, Singleton live birth 14.7%
  • Age 41, Pregnancy 21.4%, Live birth 13.9%, Singleton live birth 11.1%
  • Age 42, Pregnancy 17.9%, Live birth 10.4%, Singleton live birth 8.8%
  • Age 43, Pregnancy 11.7%, Live birth 5.9%, Singleton live birth 5.3%
  • Age 44, Pregnancy 8.7%, Live birth 3.5%, Singleton live birth 3.1%
  • Age >44, Pregnancy 3.2%, Live birth 1.0%, Singleton live birth 0.9%
 
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