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Q&A on Fertility and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
What is your probability of conceiving naturally?
For a couple in their 20's with no fertility problems, the chance of conceiving within one month of trying naturally is around 20% to 25%, at best. Their chance of conceiving naturally over a period of 9 to 12 months is around 85%. This chance of natural conception decreases with the woman’s age, the amount of time trying to conceive, and fertility risk factors.
What is in IVF, and why should I know more about it?
IVF is a type of assisted reproductive technology performed by fertility doctors. Since the first successful IVF treatment in the U.K. in 1978, five million IVF babies have been born worldwide. Of all the fertility treatments, IVF has the highest success rates for most couples. For the 10% to 15% of couples who turn out to need fertility treatment, knowing about IVF and your chances of having a baby from IVF at the outset will help you more proactively seek a fertility doctor about IVF while your chance of IVF success are still good.
To find out your probability of having a baby from IVF, take the online Univfy PreIVF test through the Univfy IVF Success Program. You can redo the Univfy PreIVF test over a 12-month period to help you decide when to start IVF treatment.
In an IVF treatment, your doctor prescribes medications, often including hormonal injections, to stimulate your ovaries to produce mature eggs, monitors your ovarian stimulation and ovarian follicle development with blood tests and ultrasound, and takes the eggs out of your ovaries in a procedure called egg retrieval.
The fertilization of the sperm and egg takes place outside of the body in a laboratory dish, and the resulting embryos grow in an incubator for a few days in a nutritious broth, called culture media. Then, your doctor places a selected embryo (or embryos) directly into your uterus during embryo transfer, and you will get a pregnancy test in 10 to 14 days to see if your embryo(s) have implanted in a pregnancy.
What is the difference between IVF and intrauterine insemination (IUI)?
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a fertility treatment that aims to optimize several factors to improve the probability of conceiving: Sperm quality and concentration by washing and placing motile sperm in a small volume of liquid; bypassing potential cervical factors by placing washed sperm directly into the uterus; timing of insemination to 24 to 36 hours prior to ovulation. The procedure requires women to have healthy fallopian tubes.
For the procedure, women who do not ovulate regularly take medication to induce ovulation of one to two eggs. Women who do ovulate take medication to cause the ovulation of at least two eggs (but no more than three eggs) to increase the chance of conceiving. Oral medication is most commonly prescribed, but injected hormonal medications can be used also. IUI results in clinical pregnancy rates of 5% to 15% with the use of oral medication. Then, 85% to 90% of those pregnancies result in live births.
IUI tends to be less expensive, because it does not require egg retrieval, embryo culture, and embryo transfer. As a result, many couples start their fertility treatment with IUI. However, the success rate of IUI also tends to be much lower for most couples. One problem with trying several IUI treatments instead of starting IVF treatment early is that your ovarian reserve continues to decline, so the later you start IVF treatment, the lower your chances of IVF success.
If you have not done IVF treatments before and are trying to decide whether to start IVF or whether to switch from IUI to IVF treatment, take the Univfy PreIVF test to find out your personalized probability of IVF success and compare that to your chances of success from one or more IUI treatments.
How does body mass index (BMI) affect my fertility and IVF success?
BMI stands for Body Mass Index, and many fertility specialists consider the optimal BMI range for conception to be 19 to 25.
What does this mean for you? Women and men often don’t realize that a healthy weight is an important fertility factor. A higher BMI can have a negative impact on your IVF success rate. While losing 5% of your body weight may be recommended if your BMI is over 25, it is also important to consider the time that it will take to lose that weight. Delaying IVF treatment can compromise your chances, as your ovarian reserve declines. Learn more about our Univfy BMI Calculator to find out your body mass index.
What is ovarian reserve, and how does it affect my fertility and IVF success?
We are glad you’re asking. Aging ovaries are the biological driving force behind decreased fertility due to age. Ovarian reserve is typically discussed in the context of declining egg supply and egg quality that comes with age. As a woman ages, her egg quality and number of eggs decrease.
But each individual woman's ovaries age at a different pace, and many factors other than age affect IVF success. Ovarian reserve can be measured indirectly through three clinical tests:
- The level of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) on Day 3 of your menstrual cycle
- The number of "starter" antral follicles, visible by ultrasound imaging of the ovaries at the beginning of your cycle
The level of anti-mullerian hormone (AMH). Not all three tests are needed, and fertility doctors tend to have their own preference for one or more of these ovarian reserve tests.
Let's learn about each of these clinical tests below.
What is Day 3 FSH, why it is so important, and how does it affect my fertility and IVF success?
FSH stands for follicle-stimulating hormone, a hormone released by your brain to control your ovarian function and menstrual cycle. Day 3 FSH is a blood test to measure the level of FSH in your bloodstream. This test is usually measured together with your estradiol level during fertility testing to assess your ovarian reserve. Estradiol is a form of the female hormone, estrogen, produced by your body. The blood tests for these two hormones–FSH and estradiol–are taken on Day 3 of your menstrual cycle (with Day 1 as the first day of full menstrual blood flow).
- What does my Day 3 FSH test result mean? By itself, other than providing a qualitative estimate of your ovarian reserve, Day 3 FSH is limited in telling you your chances for conceiving naturally or from IVF. To confirm that your Day 3 FSH test result is valid, take your FSH blood test together with your estradiol blood test on Day 3 of your menstrual cycle (with Day 1 being the first day of full flow). You can use the Day 3 FSH blood test result if your Day 3 estradiol is lower than 60 pg/mL. A low Day 3 FSH (less than 9 U/L) suggests good ovarian reserve. Day 3 FSH higher than 9 to 11 suggests a higher dose of medication may be needed to stimulate the ovaries during IVF, and Day 3 FSH higher than 14 U/L suggests diminished ovarian reserve. A Day 3 FSH level greater than 20 enters the pre-menopausal range.
- Why does the Univfy IVF Prediction Test require you to enter your Day 3 FSH test result, and what can the Univfy test tell you? Although each of the ovarian reserve tests by itself–Day 3 FSH, antral follicle count, and AMH–may provide limited prediction about your chances of IVF success, our research has shown that when Day 3 FSH levels are analyzed together with other factors, such as age, BMI, and reproductive history, Day 3 FSH is a very powerful predictor of your personalized chances of IVF success. We want you to get the most personalized and accurate IVF success prediction. So we ask you to enter your Day 3 FSH blood test result into your Univfy PreIVF (if you have not done IVF before) or Univfy PredictIVF (if you have done one or more IVF treatments).
- I do not have a Day 3 FSH test result. How can I get one? If you have not done a Day 3 FSH test in the past six months, please ask your doctor to order this test for you. If you don’t have a fertility doctor, you can ask your OB/GYN or family doctor for Day 3 FSH and Day 3 estradiol tests to be taken together. The Day 3 FSH is usually required for any type of fertility treatment and is also required for your Univfy IVF Prediction Test.
- I have taken a Day 3 FSH test before. Can I use that result, or do I need to get a new Day 3 FSH test? If your Day 3 FSH test result is over six months old, we advise you to get retested, since your body might have undergone changes during that time. If you are enrolled in the Univfy IVF Success Program, you can retake your Univfy IVF Prediction Test with any updated Day 3 FSH result or other health information over a 12-month period.
- We are here to help. If your Day 3 FSH is 14 U/L or higher, or if you have any difficulty understanding your Day 3 FSH report, we would be glad to guide you on how to enter this information into your Univfy IVF Prediction Test. Please call us 1-877-9-UNIVFY (1-877-986-4839), or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Why does the FSH blood test have to be taken on Day 3 of my menstrual cycle? Your blood FSH level is lowest at the beginning of your menstrual cycle and increases during your cycle to stimulate your ovarian follicles (each housing one egg) to grow. The growing ovarian follicles, in turn, cause the blood estradiol levels to increase, which stimulate a further rise in FSH your level—before other hormones kick in to lower your FSH level in the second half of your menstrual cycle. After Day 3 of your menstrual cycle, your FSH level rises, and it is no longer useful for assessing your ovarian reserve.
What are AFC and AMH, and how do they affect my fertility and IVF success?
AFC, which stands for antral follicle count, is an ultrasound test which reveals the number of antral follicles in your ovaries. Antral follicles are immature ovarian follicles that may grow and mature upon hormonal stimulation. Each follicle usually contains an egg, or oocyte. AFC is optional information that you can enter when filling out your Univfy IVF Prediction Test questionnaire. The accuracy of your test will not be affected if you do not have AFC. However, if you do have your AFC information, it should be 6 or above for you to qualify.
AMH, which stands for anti-mullerian hormone, is a hormonal blood test that is often used to help determine the starting dose for IVF medications. It estimates the egg store in your ovaries, also called ovarian reserve. Currently, your AMH test result is optional when taking the Univfy PreIVF test.
How do male fertility factors affect IVF success?
About one-third of the time, if a couple is having trouble getting pregnant, the problem may have to do with male fertility. For this reason, your doctor will usually order a semen analysis for your male partner to find out the following information:
- Sperm count, or the number of sperm in the ejaculate
- Sperm motility, or the percentage of sperm that are swimming
- Sperm progression, or how well the sperm swim
- Sperm morphology, or the shape of the sperm
These factors can have an impact on IVF success. You can enter your partner’s sperm count into your Univfy test, but this is optional. Learn more on commonly asked questions about Univfy IVF Prediction Tests and male fertility factors.
Science behind Univfy
What is the predictive technology behind Univfy?
Univfy’s predictive technology originated from research conducted at Stanford University starting in 2005. Since then, Univfy has collaborated with many leading IVF clinics in the U.S. and worldwide to advance its predictive technology to serve women and their partners to learn about their personalized chances of having a baby from IVF.
Univfy developed each of its IVF Prediction Tests with data from thousands of IVF cycles and further validated (or tested) them with data from an independent group of IVF cycles. Our research and development process is rigorous, and we provide transparency to our work in clinical research papers published in top medical research journals.
Univfy PreIVF applies advanced statistical methods to assess many clinical factors specific to you and your male partner (or you alone if using donor sperm) and predicts your chances of having a baby from your first IVF treatment.
Factors include your body mass index, age, reproductive history, and a laboratory test called serum Day 3 FSH. Optional information that you can also enter into the Univfy PreIVF test includes your clinical fertility diagnoses, your male partner's sperm count, and your antral follicle count (AFC) (an ultrasound test of your ovarian reserve). Taking the Univfy PreIVF test through the Univfy IVF Success Program will also allow you to retake the test over a 12-month period with updated health data.
If you have done one or more IVF treatments, Univfy PredictIVF uses data from your past IVF treatment response, including embryo quality, to predict your chances of having a baby in your next IVF treatment.
Though most relevant fertility factors are already known to be associated with IVF outcomes, Univfy is the first to apply a combination of powerful statistical methods, including the boosted tree method, to analyze these factors simultaneously to provide a more accurate and personalized prediction.
How do Univfy IVF Prediction Tests differ from others, including the SART calculator?
Univfy IVF Prediction Tests are the ONLY online tests that use many types of reproductive health data specific to you and your partner, including whether you have done IVF before and the outcomes, to be analyzed together with your age, to provide your personalized IVF success rate. Other IVF calculators use age-based estimates that are not validated, or in other words, proven, or do not use health data tailored to the individual. The free calculators technically do not provide "predictions."
HELPS YOU MAKE DECISIONS AT KEY STAGES IN YOUR FERTILITY TREATMENT—Univfy IVF Prediction Tests helps you make more informed decisions about your treatment recommendations: When to start IVF, when to stop IUI and start IVF, whether to do another IVF after a failed IVF treatment, and to help evaluate your personalized risk of multiple births when considering elective single embryo transfer.
HIGHLY ACCURATE AND PERSONALIZED PREDICTIONS -- Univfy IVF Prediction Tests are the only validated IVF prediction tests. Univfy delivers highly accurate, personalized predictions of your IVF success by using clinical factors, identified by scientific research to be the most important in predicting IVF success. Clinical factors used by Univfy tests include:
· Ovarian reserve (e.g. Day 3 FSH, AFC, or AMH): Ovarian reserve is among the top two to three predictors of IVF success and live birth outcome in every prediction model that we have developed, thus making your prediction test results highly personalized.
· Male fertility factors (e.g. male partner’s age, semen analysis): IVF success is impacted by factors from both the woman and her male partner (or donor sperm), and using male health data such as male age and sperm count can further improve and personalize your prediction of IVF success.
· Specific clinical fertility diagnoses (e.g. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, anovulation).
TESTED AND PROVEN -- Univfy IVF Prediction Tests are validated according to established standards for the predictive sciences, and our performance metrics are published in top peer-reviewed clinical research journals.
· Univfy measures the performance of each prediction model by established standards, including predictive power.
· Univfy IVF Prediction Tests have been validated using a completely independent patient group, compared to the patient group used to build the model.
· Univfy IVF predictions were shown to be over a 1,000 times more accurate in comparison to age based models.
How accurate are Univfy IVF Prediction Tests?
We measure the power of our prediction models in different ways. For example, we measure our tests’ prediction power and ability to distinguish patients with different probabilities of IVF treatment success, versus conventional average IVF success rates based on age alone. Also, we measure how useful a test would be in day-to-day fertility practice by computing the percentage of patients that would receive a different predicted probability from using Univfy tests, compared to predictions based on age alone. Finally, we measure and report the prediction error of each test.
- The Univfy PreIVF test has a prediction error of 1.5%, which means that most of our Univfy PreIVF predictions fall within 1.5% above or below the probability that is predicted.
- Over 50% of patients analyzed by Univfy tests had higher probabilities of IVF success than based on age alone.
- Analyze multiple factors in your fertility profile - including age, BMI, ovarian reserve tests, semen analysis, and more.
Who are Univfy’s researchers and collaborators?
Univfy has built collaborative research partnerships with internationally renowned fertility researchers and clinical experts. This global initiative helps Univfy broaden the scope and increase the impact of our fertility research. For more detailed information, visit our fertility research and collaborators page.
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How do Univfy Prediction Tests work?
- Register and pay. Create an account to log in anytime to enter and save your health data, and complete the Univfy test at your convenience. Univfy guarantees complete privacy. In addition to a secure log in, the Univfy platform uses secure and encrypted data transmission and is operated in full compliance with HIPAA. Your information is locked and encrypted. Univfy does not share or sell customer data, email addresses, or any contact information.
- Complete your fertility profile online. Save your test at any point and return to complete it later.
- Real-time analysis and report. Univfy IVF Prediction Tests compare your fertility profile to those of tens of thousands of women and couples to predict your chances of IVF success. Your online report will be generated within seconds.
View your Univfy test report. The test report comes as a PDF document that you can view and save. We urge you to bring this report to see your fertility doctor, OB/GYN, or family doctor. Adobe Reader is required to view your report. Download the latest version of Adobe Reader for free.
Which Univfy IVF Prediction Test should I take, and what do I need to complete the test?
The Univfy PreIVF test analyzes your personal chance of having a baby from your first IVF treatment using the following information:
Take the Univfy PredictIVF to help you decide whether to do another IVF treatment with your own eggs. The Univfy PredictIVF test uses the following clinical data from your past IVF treatment to determine your personalized chances of having a baby from next IVF cycle:
What should I do if I don’t have all my information to complete the test?
You can save your information in your form at any time and return to it, as long as you have not clicked the final ’Submit” button. You will also have an additional opportunity to review and edit all your information after completing the form. If you take the Univfy PreIVF or Univfy PredictIVF test through the Univfy IVF Success Program, you can also re-do your test with updated health data over a 12-month period at no extra cost.
What does a report look like?
For a sample report, please contact our Product Experts by email, email@example.com or phone, 1-877-9-UNIVFY (1-877-986-4839), Mon – Fri, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., U.S. Pacific Time
How can I use my personalized IVF success prediction from the Univfy PreIVF or Univfy PredictIVF test to make better decisions about fertility treatments and how to pay for them?
- Enter your IVF success probability into the Univfy IVF Cycle Calculator to understand your chances of IVF success in a first, second, and third IVF treatment and the number of cycles you may need to have an IVF baby.
- Enter your IVF Success probability into the Univfy IVF Cost Calculator for a more in-depth analysis that accounts for financing terms of loans, credit card, and cash payments, for having a baby in one, two, or three IVF treatments.
- Take your Univfy PreIVF or Univfy PredictIVF test report to the consultation with your fertility doctor.
What is the Univfy IVF Success Program?
The Univfy IVF Success Program is the ONLY online program that provides accurate analyses of your chances of IVF success and IVF cost. This holistic approach removes many uncertainties and helps you make informed and confident decisions to get you on a fertility path that is right for you. Univfy also recognizes that your health, financial, and personal situations may change, and you may want to reevaluate your fertility decisions from time to time with updated health or financial information, made possible by the Univfy IVF Success Program.
The Univfy IVF Success Program requires a one-time payment of $100 to give you 12 months of access to all Univfy IVF Prediction Tests whenever you need them. There is no auto-renewal.
You can enroll in the Univfy IVF Success Program by clicking on “Enroll Now.” Register by creating an account, paying a one-time fee (valid for 12 months), and creating your secure and private profile online.
Is this program available online from Univfy only, or can I get it through a fertility clinic?
You can use Univfy no matter where you are or where you are receiving your fertility care. Univfy’s goal is to bring you accurate and personalized IVF success rates and IVF cost analysis, so you can make confident decisions for the quickest path to your baby. Univfy works with many fertility clinics in the U.S. and worldwide. If your fertility doctor or Ob/Gyn would like to learn more about Univfy, contact us, and we’ll reach out to him/her. Please visit our Provider Directory to locate a fertility center familiar with Univfy tests near you.
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Commonly Asked Questions on Univfy IVF Prediction Tests
I want to get an idea about my chances of IVF success, but I don’t have a male partner yet. Can I still take the Univfy PreIVF test?
Yes, the Univfy PreIVF test is designed for single women who want to know about their IVF success and for couples trying to conceive. In the Univfy PreIVF test form, when asked about your male partner, you can just choose “no male partner” or “donor sperm.”
Do I need to enter my male partner’s sperm count into my Univfy test?
Sperm count is optional on the Univfy PreIVF test, because many couples may not have done the semen analysis yet. If you take the Univfy PreIVF test through the Univfy IVF Success Program, you can retake the Univfy PreIVF test when your partner’s sperm count result is available anytime over a 12-month period at no extra cost.
If my partner’s semen analysis report doesn’t have total motile sperm count, how do I provide this on Univfy’s test questionnaire?
Don’t hesitate to contact our Product Experts if you need help to figure out how to enter sperm count into your Univfy IVF Prediction Test. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 1-877-9-UNIVFY (1-877-986-4839), Mon – Fri, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., U.S. Pacific Time. Different labs will use different terms or units of measurement in their semen analysis reporting. The Univfy test questionnaire is looking for Total Motile Sperm Count before wash. This can also be called Concentration Motile. It is reported in units of ‘Million’ or ‘10^6’.
If you don’t find Total Motile Sperm Count or Concentration Motile on your report, follow this example, using your own semen analysis results to calculate it:
Sperm Count/Concentration/Density x 5 Million x Yours
÷ Volume 2 mL Yours____
= Total Sperm Count = 2.5 Million/mL = Yours
Total Sperm Count 2.5 Million/mL Yours
x Sperm/Progressive Motility % x 20 % x Yours
= Total Motile Sperm Count = 0.5 Million/mL = Yours
Don’t hesitate to contact our Product Experts if you need any assistance. Email email@example.com, or call 1-877-9-UNIVFY (1-877-986-4839), Mon – Fri 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Pacific.
Doesn’t my IVF success rate depend on which IVF clinic or doctor does the treatment?
Not necessarily. You should first find out your personalized IVF success rate in “the best of hands” from Univfy IVF Prediction Tests. Once you know what your IVF success rate should be, you can choose a fertility clinic that is right for you. Make the most of your fertility consultation by discussing with your doctor your IVF success rate and factors that impact it.
Most U.S. IVF clinics are expected to practice according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) guidelines and quality assurance. Currently, there is no reliable method to compare the performance of IVF clinics, because their patient characteristics, such as diagnosis, age, and reproductive history, may differ. Although most U.S. IVF clinics report their treatment results annually to the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART), the SART data is not presented in a way that allows fair comparison.
How long are the Univfy IVF Prediction Test results valid?
Approximately three months. Since ovarian aging impacts your chance of success with IVF, the Univfy PreIVF or Univfy PredictIVF test result is meaningful for three months after the test run date. If you take the Univfy PreIVF or Univfy PredictIVF through the Univfy IVF Success Program, you can retake your test over a 12-month period at no extra cost. If you have new or updated health data, you can retake your test to stay current. Your test results are also available on your Univfy dashboard for 90 days. You can access them by logging in to your account with your secure password.
Can I retake the test if I get new information?
Absolutely. If you are enrolled in the Univfy IVF Success Program, you can retake the test anytime within 12 months without paying again. If you are purchasing a single Univfy PreIVF or Univfy PredictIVF test, you can retake it by purchasing a new test anytime or enrolling in the Univfy IVF Success Program.
What are the limitations of Univfy IVF Prediction Tests?
Univfy generates its prediction models from historical data sets with updates. Like all other methods of providing IVF success rates, it is not possible to develop prediction tests based on data from the current year, because live birth outcomes are typically not available until the following year.
Can Univfy fax or email my test report directly to my physician or clinic?
No. For privacy reasons, Univfy cannot fax or email your test report to your physician or clinic, but we encourage you to share your test report with your physician.
How long does it take to get the test results?
Immediately. Once you complete and submit the Univfy PreIVF or Univfy PredictIVF test online, you will receive your personalized results instantly. You should save the test report to your computer or print it. Your test results will remain available online for 90 days.
We urge you to take your results to your fertility doctor, who can use them, along with your full medical history and diagnostic investigation, to discuss your best treatment options. If you don't have a fertility doctor, please visit our Provider Directory to locate one near you who can counsel you on your Univfy test report.
Can I save an incomplete test and come back later to alter my information?
Yes, you can save an incomplete test for as long as you wish, and return to complete and submit it when you have gathered your data. As of now, incomplete tests are never deleted from the server.
You can save your information in your form at any time and return to it, as long as you have not clicked the final ”Submit” button. You will also have an additional opportunity to review and edit all your information after completing the form. You will be required to initial your form before submitting it to ensure that all the information that you have entered is accurate to the best of your knowledge.
Will Univfy’s prediction be different from what my fertility specialist provides?
In our research, we found that greater than half of the Univfy IVF Prediction Test cases reviewed scored a higher probability of IVF treatment success than the probability determined by age alone. You may receive different or similar probabilities of IVF treatment success from your Univfy IVF Prediction Test result and from your fertility specialist.
If you receive similar results from a Univfy IVF Prediction Test and your fertility specialist, it means that the information unique to your profile does not influence your chances more or less than expected, compared to your specialist’s estimates. Some patients will be in this situation, but without taking your Univfy IVF Prediction Test, you won’t know if personalized testing will produce a different prediction.
What is Univfy IVFsingle?
If you are concerned about the risks of multiple births, the Univfy IVFsingle test provides the probability of having a multiple birth if two embryos are transferred. This test is currently available only to participating fertility clinics. Ask your fertility clinic if it is part of our program.
How do I pay for a Univfy IVF Prediction Test?
- Are Univfy tests covered by insurance? No. Patients will not receive insurance reimbursement for Univfy test fees or program enrollment.
- What forms of payment do you accept? We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. For our international customers, fees are in U.S. Dollars. Dollar conversions will be made by your credit card company.
- How is billing information processed? Do you have a secure process? Yes, Univfy uses CyberSource to handle all electronic transactions in full compliance with PCI Data Security Standards. All billing information is encrypted in transit, and Univfy does not store any of your billing information.
What is Univfy’s refund policy?
Univfy does not give refunds, so please review your information carefully before you hit the Submit button online.
Your purchase of a test or Univfy IVF Success Program constitutes your acceptance of our Terms of Service, so please be sure you read and understand them.
If you are unable to complete a test due to a technical problem on our part, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-9-UNIVFY (1-877-986-4839).
What is Your Fertility?
Your Fertility offers original, interactive, multimedia fertility health content that meets the practical needs of women and men at different points on their fertility path. Your Fertility offers top fertility blog posts, Myths and Facts, Fertility Guides, the Fertility 101 Series, and Univfy Fertility Calculators (see more below).
- Trying to Get Pregnant: When you are trying to conceive, it is important to prepare yourself with the right information and fertility facts for a successful journey.
- Can’t Get Pregnant: When should you talk to the doctor about your fertility issues? Do you already know there are potential problems? We can help.
- Considering IVF: What is IVF (in vitro fertilization)? Is it right for you? We can help answer some of those questions and bring clarity to this process.
- Failed IVF: What are common causes, and should you try again? We can help clear the path for you to make the best decision for your family.
How do I use Univfy’s free online calculators?
Univfy Fertility Calculators provide essentials in an interactive and personalized format to address the needs of women at different points on their fertility path.
The Univfy Ovulation Calculator serves to help boost chances of success for women with no fertility problems. This calculator will determine your most fertile days and when you should start using your ovulation predictor kits.
When trying to conceive, pinpointing the most fertile days in your cycle can boost chances and shorten the number of months it takes to get pregnant. Enter the dates (up to your last four cycles), and the calculator will determine your average cycle length and the most fertile days in your cycle. If you are using one of four popular ovulation predictor kits, the calculator will also tell you the best day in your cycle to start using the kit.
The Univfy Body Mass Index Calculator helps you understand how your weight affects your chances for conceiving and your pregnancy health. This calculator will determine your body fat measure and provides fertility and pregnancy health information specific to your level of BMI.
Enter your height and weight into this calculator to find out your BMI and whether it is in a healthy range for getting pregnant. You will learn about the impact of weight loss on your pregnancy health prior to conceiving. If you do not need to lose weight, you can save that precious time to make the most of your fertility.
- For women considering IVF, the Univfy IVF Cycle Calculator serves to help couples understand their chances of IVF success. This calculator will determine your chances of IVF success in a first, second, and third IVF treatment and the number of cycles you may need to have an IVF baby.
- For couples choosing the best IVF package for them, the Univfy IVF Cost Calculator Lite* serves to provide a cost comparison of IVF packages from various clinics. This calculator will give you a side-by-side comparison of your chance for IVF success and costs of having a baby in one versus three IVF treatments.
- A full version, Univfy IVF Cost Calculator Full* is also available for a more in-depth analysis that accounts for financing terms of loans, credit card, and cash payments, for having a baby in one, two, or three IVF treatments. This is one of our most popular calculators. Learn more below.
What is the Univfy IVF Cost Calculator, and how is it different from other IVF cost calculators?
The Univfy IVF Cost Calculator is the only online calculator that uses your personal IVF success rate and IVF cost to compare financial payment options and IVF packages directly.
For example, this calculator will help you compare your actual cost of having an IVF baby if you purchase IVF cycles one-at-a-time, versus multi-cycle discount packages or refund packages (also called risk-share).
Your overall IVF cost to have an IVF baby can be drastically different depending on your IVF success rate. That’s why an accurate and personalize IVF success rate will help provide an accurate IVF cost estimate. Seeing your odds and costs clearly laid out can help you make the best financial and health decisions for your family.
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What are Univfy's Website policies?
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The Registered User Agreement applies to Registered Users only, and explains the terms and conditions for using pages that require secure login at Univfy's website (http://www.univfy.com), including registration, viewing of Test Questionnaire, Sample Test Report, test selection, payment for prediction test, test questionnaire, and data review page. In addition, the Registered User Agreement explains the rules for using any pages or functionalities of the Dashboard, such as viewing of incomplete tests, completed tests, and communicating with our Products Experts or Customer Support.