I am looking at doing egg sharing with yourselves in the near future but I was wondering if you could advise me on your live pregnancy success rate?
This will be my third round and I am 32 (nearly 33), I recently found I have "thick blood" and was advised that on my next course of IVF with my previous hospital that I would need to have my blood thinned out when I have the embryo transferred. Would this be something you would do too?
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The live birth rate for patients under the age of 35 is 36% by embryo transfer. However, we don’t accept anyone onto our egg sharing programme if they have had two previous failed IVF cycles, so unfortunately you would not be eligible for our programme.