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Infertility Statistics


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Infertility Treatment StatisticsData
Percent of couples diagnosed with infertility that will eventually become pregnant without treatment20 %
Percent of U.S. births conceived with ovulation treatment / stimulation medications6 %
Percent of fertility treatment births that result in multiple births20.1 %
Percent of infertile couples treated with low-tech treatments, like medication or surgery.85 %
Percent of infertile couples treated by Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) like IVF (involves the handling of eggs or embryos)3 %
Of those treated for infertility, percent who will go onto have a baby67 %
Success Rates by Treatment TypeSuccess Rate
Clomid (Induces Ovulation) 
Percent of women prescribed Clomid that will begin ovulating within 3 months80 %
Percent of women prescribed Clomid that get pregnant within six cycles of use45 %
Intrauterine Insemination 
(IUI) Intrauterine Insemination alone4 %
(IUI) Intrauterine Insemination with the use of fertility drugs17 %
IUI pregnancy success rate for women under age 3520 %
IUI pregnancy success rate for women age 35 to 4010 %
IUI pregnancy success rate for women age 40 and above5 %
Assisted Reproductive Technologies 
Success rate of ART for women under age 3535 %
Success rate of ART for women ages 35 to 3725 %
Success rate of ART for women ages 38 to 4020 %
Success rate of ART for women over age 4010 %
Top Causes of InfertilityPercent of Cases
Female ovulation disorders19 %
Female fallopian tube problems28 %
Male tube blockages16 %
Male sperm problems27 %
Unknown / Multiple10 %
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: U.S. National Library of Medicine, Center for Disease Control
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: May 7, 2017

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