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Central New Jersey Fertility Clinic Success Rates

Federal laws require all fertility clinics to submit data on their in vitro fertilization (IVF) success rates annually to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The data is published in the Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Report. It takes the CDC approximately three years to collect and review this information.

The data in the ART report is important to review when trying to determine which fertility clinic may be the right one to help you create your family. ART reports include information on fertility clinics from all states. You can find the number of cycles, divided by patient age, success rates for live births sorted by age, and the number of multiple births. It also includes information on each specific clinic outlining the types of IVF services offered and the diagnosis they treat.

The CDC report offers the largest data base for infertility clinic success rates. You can also find fertility clinic statistics published by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology. (SART) It can be useful to review both data bases.

Central New Jersey Fertility Clinic Data

The following data are published in the CDC's ART Report.

Clinic Name City Number of Cycles by Age Live Birth Rate By Age (%)
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44
Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey EATONTOWN 101 45 40 11 2 42.6 33.3 15.0 3 / 11 0 / 2
Center for Advanced Reproductive Medicine & Fertility EDISON 143 27 37 14 9 34.3 29.6 16.2 0 / 14 0 / 9
East Coast Infertility and IVF LITTLE SILVER 46 38 44 24 11 34.8 31.6 22.7 20.8 0 / 11
IVF New Jersey SOMERSET 250 113 108 32 15 44.0 38.1 33.3 15.6 2 / 15
Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey MORRISTOWN 545 264 241 118 73 60.9 50.4 35.7 21.2 6.8

****Note: Data from Reproductive Medicine Associates Somerset is reported from RMA Morristown***

Choosing a Central New Jersey Fertility Clinic

Remember fertility clinics compete for your business by having the best possible success rates. One way they do this is by carefully choosing (by age, diagnosis, pregnancy potential), the patients they treat. Clinics want their statistics to be as positive as possible. The ART and SART reports tell some of the story. When you are choosing your fertility clinic inquire about the specific fertility treatment you need and ask how many women your age with your diagnosis have been treated and what their live birth success rate has been. Be sure the doctor and clinic you are working with meet your expectations and feel like a comfortable fit for you.