Considering all patient ages and diagnoses, the overall probability of having a successful pregnancy with NaPro is approximately 50%. The success rate can be up to 80% depending on multiple factors including the precise diagnosis, severity of the underlying cause, history of previous fertility treatment and female age. NaPro is not an option in cases of established menopause, zero sperm count or persistent bilateral blocked fallopian tubes (despite attempted surgical reconstruction). There are also diminished success rates in cases of age-related infertility. Potential success rates can be discussed during the initial medical consultation and the couple can decide if they would like to commence further evaluation and treatment.
Napro has enjoyed successes in nearly every category of infertility (including unexplained infertility, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian disease, pelvic adhesions, low progesterone, hostile mucus, male or female antibodies, low sperm count, oligo-ovulation and anovulation).
All couples undergoing NaPro evaluation obtain a greater understanding of what is happening with their bodies and how they can maximize their chances of healthy pregnancy.
Many couples who have previously failed In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) or Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) have succeeded with NaPro treatment (obviously the chance of success is influenced by the underlying cause).