Your chance of getting pregnant per cycle

Fertility Specialist Hal Danzer, MD, explains the chances of getting pregnant per cycle and the various factors that influence the odds of conception
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Your chance of getting pregnant per cycle

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The fertility rate of couples changes with a woman's age. Under the age of 35, a couple, on average, gets pregnant about one in three cycles. So by three months, a hundred couples trying to get pregnant, half of those couples are pregnant. Now by the time you get to age 37, 38, 40, it could be four cycles or five cycles being the average because the good egg only comes up every four or five months as the woman gets older. We all are, on average, one out of three conceptions of our parents. The first couple of embryos got fertilized, traveled down, didn't plant because they didn't have the right genetics. That's a big part of getting pregnant. The other side of the coin is if you don't want to get pregnant, the chance of getting pregnant per cycle is 110 percent.

Fertility Specialist Hal Danzer, MD, explains the chances of getting pregnant per cycle and the various factors that influence the odds of conception

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Hal Danzer, MD

Fertility Specialist

Co-founder and partner of the Southern California Reproductive Center, Dr. Hal C. Danzer, MD is an expert in reproductive medicine, including reproductive endocrinology, women’s health and fertility issues.  As one of the most respected specialists in the Los Angeles area, over the years Dr. Danzer has helped countless patients fulfill their dreams of becoming parents. 

Dr. Danzer, a reproductive endocrinologist, is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and serves on the faculty of the UCLA Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Fellowship Program.  He is also Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

Among his hospital appointments, Dr. Danzer served as Reproductive Endocrinologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, as well as Attending Physician in the Cedars-Sinai Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

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