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How Important Are IVF Success Rates When Choosing Your Fertility Clinic?

January 21, 2013

It may seem as though success rates are the most influential factor when choosing a fertility clinic. While in vitro fertilization (IVF) success rates are important, they are only one part of the bigger picture. The CDC requires fertility clinics to report their data according to specific guidelines, however, success rates can be affected by a number of variables.

What is Embryo Donation?

Should you consider donor embryo IVF? Dr. John Payne of PREG explains the process of embryo donation.

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What is PGD, Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis?

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis is a genetic screening that can be performed in conjunction with in vitro fertilization (IVF). Dr. John E. Nichols, Jr. of PREG explains more about the procedure.

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Donor Egg Success Rates in Asheville, NC

LIve births rates for donor egg cycles

The following data, from the most recent Assisted Reproductive Technology Report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), detail the number of donor egg IVF cycles and the number of live births.

Asheville Fertility Clinic Success Rates

IVF success rates in Asheville, NC

Comparing success rates of fertility clinics you are interested in working with is an important step. You can find the information in the Assisted Reproductive Technology Report. Produced by the CDC, this report breaks up success rates by different kinds of IVF procedures.

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Using an Egg Donor in Asheville

Information on egg donation in Asheville, NC

Women with diminished ovarian reserve, premature ovarian failure or other problems with the quantity or quality of their eggs may look to egg donors as a way to build their families.

The most recent Assisted Reproductive Technology Report lists the number of egg donor cycles and success rates for each fertility clinic in the U.S.

Known Egg Donors and Anonymous Egg Donors

Asheville, NC

There is one fertility clinic in Asheville and many more in the state of North Carolina.

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Asheville, NC, Videos

In order to analyze the sperm, a sperm analysis can be done several times to ensure accuracy of the test results. If there is a reproductive issue with the male, time is a dependent factor on prospective treatment for the couple, explains Dr. Seth Levrant who participates in the clinic Partners in Reproductive Health in Munster, IN and Tinley Park, IL.

Dr. Richard Paulson, a fertility doctor with USC Fertility in Los Angeles explains how the hormones estrogen and progesterone can prepare the uterine lining for implantation of an embryo, even in women who have had ovarian failure or in menopause.

UCSF's Dr. Evelyn Mok-Lin discusses the role of egg freezing today.

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Who Might Use an Egg Donor?

There are certain conditions or factors that will determine who might need to use an egg donor to have a baby. Dr. John Payne, a fertility doctor with Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group explains.

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Asheville, NC, Fertility Guide

Women who are looking for an Asheville fertility clinic or an Asheville fertility doctor in their city are in luck. There is one fertility clinic located right in the city of Asheville and a total of eight fertility clinics throughout the state of North Carolina. There are also two fertility clinics located in nearby Greenville, South Carolina.

N.C. Couple Conceives Quadruplets with No Fertility Drugs

The Daily Mail,  Mar 1, 2011
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They defy odds of one in 729,000

A North Carolina couple has defied odds of one in 729,000 to naturally conceive quadruplets without the help of fertility treatments. New parents Megan and Justin Masencup were shocked when they went to her very first ultrasound last month, and the nurse told them they were expecting two sets of identical twins.

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