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In most hospitals keep statistics on IVF, but patients prefer not to inform about it. In this article the data read out at the European Congress of Reproductive Medicine. In the summer of 2009 at the European Congress on Reproductive Medicine doctors said that the world was born more than 4 million children using IVF. In Russia, it is estimated that IVF was born about 25 000 children. According to the latest Annual Report of the Russian Association of Human Reproduction (RARCH), in 2007 Russia had 70 points and reproduction was carried out over 26 000 cycles of assisted reproductive technologies (ART). For comparison, in Japan population is about 127 million people and account for – 500 centers IVF, in Russia for 142 million people there are about 70 centers. In many countries the state pays for IVF, in part or in full.

Infertility is a disease and it is in the International Standard Classification of Diseases. Complications of IVF When IVF treatment of infertility the most frequent complication is multiple pregnancy. On According to an official in Russia's 76% of IVF embryos transferred 1.2, which reduces the risk of multiple pregnancy. Russia is the leader in Eastern Europe among the countries that carry no more than 2 embryos, and at the same rate of successful pregnancy is approximately equal indices of European IVF clinics. In 2007, the average percentage of successful pregnancies after IVF / ICSI – 36% of programs with cryopreserved embryos – 26% and 45% of programs with the use of donor cells. Of an unwanted pregnancy in IVF clinics, Russian 75% end in successful delivery. A second common complication of IVF is hyperstimulation syndrome ovaries (PCOS) – 1.2%. Decisive importance in the treatment of infertility VRT is a woman's age. In 2007, the average age of patients seeking IVF clinics in Russia amounted to 34 years. This means that half of them older than 34 years, adversely affects the probability of success of IVF.