IVF Success Rates

You are probably reading this because you’re wondering if IVF will work for you. The good news is that IVF is generally successful, especially for women under age 35 and those using donor eggs or embryos. Success rates for an individual patient depend on many factors including age, diagnosis, experience of the IVF Lab, and other factors, some of which you have little control over.

We are very proud to have helped countless patients achieve parenthood through our long-running IVF program. Our IVF Team is focused on maximizing your chance of success, while at the same time limiting multiple births which can be risky for mother and babies. We like to say “have as many babies as you want, but one at a time!”.

Our Cutting-Edge IVF Laboratory

Our Lab is accredited by the Joint Commission and is a member of
the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology.

We are active members in the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART), which is a professional society that regulates the practice of IVF by providing its members with strict guidelines that optimize reproductive care for patients. SART members must meet rigorous requirements for membership and IVF cycle outcomes are monitored closely. A full list of pregnancy and live-birth rates from IVF centers across the U.S. can be viewed at the CDC website. This data can also be found at SART.org.

The Joint Commision is an independent, not-for-profit organization whose accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting or exceeding certain performance standards.

We are also proud to have earned a “Center of Excellence” designation by Optumhealth, a Unitedhealthcare company. We have also been named an “Institute of Excellence” by Aetna and a “Cigna Center of Excellence for Infertility Care”.

Contact Advanced Reproductive Medicine for more information today.