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How Do I Choose an IVF Clinic?

Guide to IVF

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Choosing a fertility clinic enlists a dynamic decision leading up to a successful pregnancy. Where do I start? What Clinic is Best for me?

How Can I Choose the Best Fertility Clinic?

Do Your Research

Do your homework and create an opinion based on your own unique experience. Do not limit your approach. Ask Questions. Be PREPARED. Before you schedule a visit to any specific clinic become informed and knowledgeable of the IVF process. All fertility clinics spin their own web. Some clinics are owned by one individual while some clinics contain over 15 doctors. Regardless, be sure you are receiving the responsiveness and conduct you desire and DESERVE.

Study the IVF Clinical Statistics

You are making a major decision in your life, and good success rates should be focal to your decision. So how do you determine statistics? In truth, there is no easy answer.

IVF Clinics that are more discerning can expand their success rates while those that eradicate a dissimilar attitude, yet successful programs suffer the consequences.

In researching a clinic, it is important to know what your specific chances for success are. One benchmark to compare clinics is the pregnancy rate using donor eggs. You can evaluate the clinics success by going over statistics at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Stay Involved

The more involvement an IVF clinic has with its patients the more experienced they are.

Always observe and ask questions. How long have the doctors been performing treatments and what techniques are either being used or developed? When are they available?

Check for Board Certification

Most doctors committed to in vitro fertilization and infertility are board certified in reproductive fertility and infertility. Check on their accreditation.

Get the Costs Upfront

As painful as it is…you must factor in the fees. Check out the fees for fertility drugs, embryo cryopreservation; and pre implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD).


CDC Centers for Disease and Control Prevention

SREI, Society for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

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