New Hope Fertility Center specializes in Natural Cycle and Mini-IVF™ treatments and promotes single-embryo transfers (to reduce risks associated with multiple births), SART tracks success rates of conventional IVF and multiple-embryo transfers.
SART compiles reported data from 392 US fertility clinics (85% of all U.S. clinics) and presents the data for the industry and for patients in aggregate, by clinic, and by infertility cause. Click here to see their reports.
Our frozen success rates are high because our vitrification freezing method is superior to conventionally employed cryopreservation techniques. Additionally, we typically only freeze blastocyst embryos, which have a 40% greater chance of pregnancy than Day 2, Day 3, or Day 4 embryos (which we often use in our fresh embryo transfer cycles).
If you are over 42, it is important to understand that some conventional IVF clinics deny treatment to women your age because they produce fewer eggs, even with high doses of IVF drugs. When clinics do accept women in this age bracket, they accept only those who have FSH levels and other “ideal IVF candidate” criteria similar to younger women.
Many women denied conventional treatment turn to New Hope Fertility Center. Our One-Good-Egg Policy welcomes women who have been denied treatment due to age or FSH level. Our success data often skews downwards because the eggs of women 39-plus years old are often of lower quality and are less likely to produce a live birth.