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Nashville Fertility Clinic Success Rates

IVF success rates may influence your choice of a fertility Nashville fertility clinic, but keep in mind the data you need to consider for women in your age group:

  • Live birth rates. This reflects the number of babies born, not the number of women who got pregnant. All pregnancies do not result in a live birth.
  • The number of IVF cycles. Look at the number of fresh embryo transfers and frozen embryo transfers.
  • Percentage of pregnancies with twin, triplets or more. Multiples carry many risks, for both the mother and the babies.
  • Average number of embryos transferred. Single embryo transfer is becoming the norm, as it limits multiple pregnancies and the associated risks.
  • Infertility patient diagnosis. Is the clinic treating women with the same fertility diagnosis as you?
  • Fertility procedures. How frequently is the procedure performed that you need to have ?

The Assisted Reproductive Technology Report is published by the CDC each year, and provides IVF success rates for all US Fertility Clinics. Fertility clinics who are members of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) provide success rates to SART as well.

Nashville IVF Success Rates

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, there were 385 Nashville IVF cycles using fresh embryos in 2010.

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
The Center for Reproductive Health NASHVILLE 42 8 12 3 3 26.2 1 / 8 2 / 12 0 / 3 0 / 3
Nashville Fertility Center NASHVILLE 171 69 62 10 5 41.5 27.5 21.0 0 / 10 0 / 5

Comments (2)

My husband and I have been together 1 and a half years and married 1 year and 1 month. We have been wanting to start a family but seems impossible. I don't have a period and it has always been irregular. My husband and I have had sex without protection for over 6 months and I havent been able to get pregnant. I am young and so is he (I'm 20 he's 26) and we are really worried the older we get the harder it will be. We are ready to start our family and everyone else around us are ready and supportive of it. It makes me sad and feel like I can't fulfill the one job a women is supposed to be able to do and that's to carry children. I feel broken. I would like to see a doctor soon to figure out the problem and hopefully come up with a solution. Please get back to me! Any help is appreciated! Thanks for your time!

Hello Melissa,

I am so sorry to hear you are having trouble conceiving. The first step would be to consult your OB-GYN or a fertility doctor about your lack of menses. You would want them to run a blood hormone panel to see if you have a hormone imbalance, like PCOS. A fertility doctor can prescribe a drug like Clomid to help you ovulate. You should also have your partner go for a semen analysis. Do you have health insurance? Give our Patient Care Advocates a call to find out more about clinics in your area. 1-855-955-BABY (2229).


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