IVF Michigan Fertility Center's medical team includes experts in all aspects of Reproductive Medicine, including IVF and Urology. Their education and extensive experience in the field allows IVF Michigan Fertility Center to continually improve medical protocols, contributing to one of the highest success rates in the nation. IVF Michigan Fertility Center's medical team prides themselves on playing a role in the advancement of medicine as recognized leaders in the treatment of infertility.
IVF Michigan Fertility Center Success Rates 2014
The success rates above are the percentage of transfer from fresh embryos into the womb that have resulted in pregnancies across each of the age groups in 2014.
Comparing Pregnancy Rates:
When comparing the success rates of different centers, it is important to understand the kind of pregnancy rate is being compared. There are generally two different ways that centers may define their success rate, Chemical and Clinical Pregnancies.
- Chemical Pregnancy or B-hCG Pregnancy: A chemical pregnancy is defined as a blood test completed 8 days after embryo transfer showing levels of B-hCG that indicate a pregnancy. HCG or, human chorionc gonadotropin, is a hormone that increases after conception. It is important to note that a chemical pregnancy rate of 40%, for example, does not mean that 40% of women carried on their pregnancies far enough to be visible via ultrasound or live birth.
- Clinical Pregnancy: A clinical pregnancy is when the fetal heart rate can be detected via ultrasound after six weeks of pregnancy.
We are dedicated to providing couples with all of the tools available to aid them in fulfilling their dreams of parenthood. Depending on your personal medical history, your chances of success may be lower or higher than the rates seen above. Book an appointment with IVF Michigan Fertility Center to learn more about all of the treatment options available to you.