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Advanced Fertility Care is committed to helping our patients achieve their goal of becoming a parent. As you will see below, we are proud to have and be able to report excellent success rates. These success rates are the combination of many factors, including personalized physician care, highly skilled embryologists, implementing only the latest technology, and the highest of laboratory standards.
How to interpret the tables below?

  • The tables below reflect the success rates for patients who had their initial new patient visit at Advanced Fertility Care within the respective years noted. The patient may have undergone treatment elsewhere, but she was new to Advanced Fertility Care during the reporting year.
  • The percentages highlighted can be translated as, “If I choose to undergo IVF at Advanced Fertility Care, what chance do I have of actually becoming pregnant and having a child, and how many fresh egg retrieval cycles and frozen embryo transfers will it take me to do so.”
Why are the statistics 2-3 years old?

  • The Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) is the organization responsible for tabulating statistics for every participating fertility center in the country. Due to the nature of the statistics being kept, live birth outcome data will always be at least 10 months delayed and it usually takes up to 3 months for clinics to report this data to SART and additional 6 months for SART to compile, verify, and tabulate these results before releasing them to the general public. In addition, since IVF cycles and subsequent Frozen Embryo Transfer cycles may span more than one year, this information needs to be provided to SART for consideration. Therefore, in most cases, the release of finalized data for a given collection year will usually be approximately 2-3 years delayed. Click this link to view our clinic’s results on the SART website!

This Clinic Summary Report snapshot is from the most current finalized data that is available on the SART website. This will be updated once all finalized data is available and published for the next year.

Verified by: Medical Director Frederick W Larsen, M.D.

This clinic has the following comments with regard to this report:

  • Please note that we perform a significant number of elective single embryo transfer cycles, which may impact our results.
  • Please note that we perform a significant number of pre-implantation genetic screening and diagnosis cycles, which may impact our results.
  • Please note that we perform significant amounts of PGS cycles, which may impact our results.
LIVE BIRTHS PER INTENDED EGG RETRIEVAL (ALL EMBRYO TRANSFERS)

What is the change of live birth with an intended egg retrieval?

Age of woman<3535-3738-4041-42>42
Number of cycle starts845334107
Singleton Births63.1%43.4%32.4%0/100/7
Live Births71.4%49.1%35.3%0/100/7

LIVE BIRTHS PER INTENDED EGG RETRIEVAL (FIRST EMBRYO TRANSFER)

What is the chance of live birth with an intended egg retrieval and the first embryo transfer, if any?

Age of woman<3535-3738-4041-42>42
Number of cycle starts845334107
Singleton Births50.0%34.0%32.4%0/100/7
Live Births54.8%39.6%35.3%0/100/7
LIVE BIRTHS PER SECOND OR LATER EMBRYO TRANSFER

What is the chance of Live Birth from Frozen Transfer, not including the first intended transfer or occurring more than 12 months after retrieval?

Age of woman<3535-3738-4041-42>42
Number of cycle starts49161261
Singleton Births55.1%6/167/122/60/1
Live Births63.3%6/167/122/60/1
LIVE BIRTHS PER NEW PATIENT

What is the chance of live birth doing IVF as a new patient in a clinic?

Age of woman<3535-3738-4041-42>42
Number of cycle starts73412195
Singleton Births68.5%51.2%42.9%1/90/5
Live Births78.1%56.1%42.9%1/90/5

COMPARISON TO NATIONAL AVERAGES : The following table is a comparison of how we at Advanced Fertility Care fare against the national averages. The data included her includes all initiated cycles (intended retrievals) and is for the reporting year 2017, believe it or not the last year for which final data is available (this is updated annually, so by early 2021 there will be an update for the finalized data for 2018). All data presented are for patients who are attempting pregnancy using their own eggs.

Advanced Fertility Care: Reporting Year 2017

 <3535-3738-4041-42>42
Live Birth Per Intended Egg Retrieval
Number of Patients845334107
ADVANCED FERTILITY CARE71.4%49.1%35.3%0/100/7
National average54.7%40.6%25.6%12.8%4.1%

Live Birth Per New Patient
Number of Patients73412195
ADVANCED FERTILITY CARE78.1%56.1%42.9%1/90/5
National average68.5%56.9%41.1%21.9%7.3%

CUMULATIVE DATA : Here is a compilation of data from our clinic over many years and serves as a summary of live birth rates per intended egg retrieval (you start an IVF cycle – whether you actually end up having an egg retrieval or embryo transfer or not, so it factors in those whose cycles get canceled or don’t have any embryos available for transfer after their retrieval) and a summary of live birth rates for every new patient who starts an IVF cycle in our clinic in the years listed (which includes all of the egg retrievals and embryo transfers from that new patient in those years). Having multiyear data compiled in one spot gives a possibly more complete view of success rates as there can be fluctuations from year to year in success rates, especially when looking at patient groups that have small numbers in any one year. All data presented is for patients using their own eggs while undergoing treatment.

Advanced Fertility Care: Cumulative data – 2014-2018

Live Births Per INTENDED EGG RETRIEVAL (All embryo transfers)

 <3535-3738-4041-42>42
Number of Patients4412201766519
Percentage who started an IVF cycle and had a live birth
(Includes ALL embryo transfers from that one intended retrieval)
64.4%49.9%31.8%13.8%0/19

Live Births Per NEW PATIENT

 <3535-3738-4041-42>42
Number of Patients3791611204312
Percentage of new patients who had a live birth from IVF73.6%60.02%40.0%13.9%0/12

SART and CDC Reporting: Advanced Fertility Care as well as the majority of reputable fertility clinics have elected to be members of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) and have voluntarily chosen to adhere to SART’s guidelines and recommendations for appropriate fertility care. By being members of SART, fertility centers are required to report their IVF success rates to SART for verification and potential audit every year and these are available to the public. However, fertility centers that do not belong to SART are still required to report their success rates annually to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in accordance with the Fertility Clinic Success Rates Act.

We encourage all our patients to please visit the SART website for further information and to see national summary data.

Important Note: A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches and entrance criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.

There is hope. Are you ready to make your miracle happen?