Success Vs. Failure

The Centre:

Results vary from one country to another, for success may range from 10% to 70%, and from here it is evident that centres have a great responsibility in this matter. The centre's success is based on the following factors:

1. Experience:

The Farah hospital is privileged to be one of the leading centres in the world. The number of cases treated at the Farah Hospital in one month (July for example) is more than four hundred cases, while the average number of cases treated in one of the European centres, is around two hundred cases all year, which means that experience attained by the Farah Hospital in one month equals attained experience by European centres in two years. This also means that average achievements performed during twenty years in other centres is being performed roughly in one year at the Farah Hospital.

2. Accuracy:

Any amount of experience won't bear fruit unless it is coupled with accuracy in conducting the process. For instance, skilled surgeons pay attention to the minutest details, and embryologists take great care in the fertilizing treatment and the embryos. The Farah Hospital's team is completely aware of this critical fact, and strives to apply it, since we believe that the patient's success is considered our success, and vice versa. WE are also aware that what helped in promoting our centre and it gaining its prestigious reputation is the success achieved by the Farah Hospital, since it became one of the leading centres in the world. Patients must learn that our prime and final goal is success. All procedures at the Farah Hospital A.R.T. unit are carried out meticulously, with each step being witnessed by another member of the lab. Each step is signed and co-signed by two members of the staff: the operator and the witness. this is mandatory and is routine for all steps of the program.

3. Equipment:

There is no need to emphasize the effect of modern equipment and quality in preparation , which reap great results. Of course, this requires bold and generous spending. The Farah Hospital's administration up dates its units continuously, abandoning old equipment and constantly installing the best equipment. Scientists from all over the world visit the Farah Hospital frequently, and have been amazed by the equipment and appliances owned by the hospital, any bay our adopted policy of having spare equipment to be used if needed.

4. Statistics:

The Farah Hospital performs daily, weekly, monthly and annual statistical studies of its results. This helps to locate problems and fill any gaps, in order to develop an immediate sense of accountability and responsibility by the team as well as provide a pat on the back when their hard work paid off.
The centre is capable of providing promising success ratios for its patients, if solid experience, accuracy, and modern equipment are available.

The Couple:

Both the coupe and the centre shoulder the responsibility of making the experience a successful one, where the husband's status, the wife's age and the number of embryos formed successfully all factor into the equation. The number of embryos, their shape, and inner structure (chromosomal make-up) have a great effect on success. Also, sperm types and egg types and other hereditary factors have a role in the matter. For instance, three embryos were transferred to a woman and she got pregnant with triplets, while another woman, who had also had the same number of embryos got pregnant with twins and in another case, a woman had three embryos transferred, but got pregnant with one child, or none. There are miscellaneous factors that may effect the process's success or failure, though they are few, such as the endometrium (inner lining of uterus), in addition to the shape and soundness of the womb's cavity. Sometimes, we notice a septum (inner growth) inside the womb, or polyps in endometrium whose size may effect the success of the procedure. Many women fear that their uterus is the reason for the failure of the process, and they tend to blame their uterus, we would like to emphasize that rarely does the womb turn out to be the reason for failure. As for antibodies that reject the embryo, this is also rare, but we take it into consideration in case failure happens repeatedly.