In general, the success rate of IVF depends on two very important factors: “quality” and “quantity” of the egg. The quality of the egg depends directly on the woman’s age, as the quality of the egg, gradually decreases from the age of 32, and this reduction is so significant that after the age of 42, the chances of IVF will be almost zero.

Another important factor in the success rate of IVF is the quantity or number of eggs produced in IVF. The amount of eggs can be predicted. This factor can be very important with a blood test for ovarian reserve (AMH) or more precisely with vaginal ultrasound and measuring the number of follicles in each ovary; Especially in cases where ovarian storage is very low or in cases where the woman’s age is more than 38 and ovarian storage is less than normal.