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Some fertility centers advertise their IVF success rates as “higher than the national average”. Others base their success rates on a very small number of total patients and cycle starts. The unfortunately reality is that many centers, to a moderate degree, are misleading patients in regard to success rates.

Our success rates, cycle volume and reputation speak for themselves. They come from over 30 years of perfecting embryo quality, data analysis, and technologies.

successratesWe believe that providing the most accurate assessment of the outcome of IVF, including good and bad outcomes, help our patients to make smart choices. The more accurately we predict the outcome of their IVF treatment, the more informed they become.

It is the most upfront, quickest, and successful path to helping our patients to experience the joys of parenthood.

WHY OUR SCOTTSDALE FERTILITY CENTER IS DIFFERENT

  • Our fertility network performs 4,000+ cycles per year
  • Our national scientific team consists of 30+ scientific directors, lab scientists, embryologists, and technicians
  • We analyze more than 30 years of national treatment cycle data to identify trends that help future patients find success
  • We specialize in difficult fertility cases and rare disorders
  • Our Scottsdale office utilizes the same technologies which has made Boston IVF a trendsetter in fertility care
  • Our embryo culture and grading system improved success rates

WHAT OTHER CENTERS WON’T TELL YOU

  • Most Arizona fertility centers calculate their success rates based on a very small amount of yearly IVF cycles
  • Most centers exclude patients from IVF treatment based on low preliminary test results
  • Most centers are unable to treat rare cases
  • Instead, all medium-to-difficult IVF cycles performed at local centers are instead funneled directly into IUI treatment, allowing fertility centers to avoid reporting lower IVF success rates to the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology
  • This diversion leads to MORE TIME spent in treatment
  • This diversion leads to MORE COSTS to the patient
  • This diversion leads to MORE UNSUCCESSFUL IUI CYCLES
  • This diversion of treatment leads to MORE uncertainty, as an accurate infertility diagnosis has yet to be achieved

IVF SUCCESS RATES; HOW WE CAN HELP

BLASTOCYSTOur Embryo Science Improves IVF Success Rates

A blastocyst is a healthy embryo and has a better chance of implanting successfully. Not all embryos grow this stage and not all labs can bring embryos to this point, like we do.

INCUBATORSOur New Incubators Improve IVF Success Rates

We use incubators that  grow healthier embryos, maintain a better environment, and improve IVF success rates.

SUCCESSOur Data Improves IVF Success Rates

We strongly feel that past cases help to solve new cases. Our network has treated hundreds of thousands of patients and have a vast collection of data that helps us to diagnose issues quicker and more successfully.

EGG FREEZINGOur Freezing Program Improves IVF Success Rates

In 2015, we successfully froze over 4,000 eggs. We’ve perfected the technique so well that success rates for frozen embryos and fresh embryos are essentially the same at our center.

AGE AFFECTS FERTILITY SUCCESS RATES

Age is one of the most important factors affecting a woman’s chances of fertility treatment success.

Your ability to have a healthy baby is not just about the number of eggs you have; it’s also about the quality of those eggs. As you age and your egg supply (ovarian reserve) declines, it becomes harder to conceive. But there are also other factors to consider:

  • Your chance of miscarriage increases from less than 10% for women in their 20’s to as high as 90% for women over 45.
  • The years between 25 and 35 are optimal for having a healthy baby.
  • There is a much higher occurrence of chromosomal abnormalities such as Down Syndrome with women over 40. This is due to the quality of the remaining eggs in the ovarian reserve. PGD (Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis) and PGS (Preimplantation Genetic Screening) can identify these abnormalities by analyzing your embryos.