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Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine

Average: 2.7 (3 votes)5 1
4600 Hale Parkway
Suite 490
Denver, CO 80220



Success Rates

IVF Success Rates: 

IVF Success Rates-Fresh Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine in Lone Tree, Colorado performed 385 IVF cycles with fresh embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:

Clinic Name Number of Cycles by Age Live Birth Rate By Age (%)
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44 <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine 161 66 78 48 32 15 21.1 13.6 1.3 0.0 0.0 0 / 15

IVF Success Rates-Frozen Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine in Lone Tree, Colorado performed 1,150 IVF cycles with frozen embryos in 2014. The number of IVF cycles and babies born, broken down by patients' age is as follows:

Clinic Name Number of Cycles by Age Live Birth Rate By Age (%)
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44 <35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine 407 289 260 136 58 21 66.3 66.4 60.8 61.8 50.0 33.3
Egg Donation Success Rates: 

Egg Donation Success Rates

As reported by Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine in Lone Tree, Colorado to the CDC in 2014, the fertility clinic performed 199 donor egg cycles in that year; 46 cycles used fresh embryos from donor eggs and 153 cycles used frozen embryos from donor eggs.

Clinic Name Fresh Embryos from Donor Eggs Live Birth Rate (%) Frozen Embryos from Donor Eggs Live Birth Rate (%)
Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine 46 67.4 153 51.6

*Success rates can be manipulated and should not be used to compare fertility clinics



not convinced

Your rating: 25 1
The CDC says that you can't really compare success rates from clinic to clinic. This is due to a wide variety of reasons. In the case of CCRM, they try to insist on expensive genetic tests to determine whether the embryo is genetically abnormal before it is implanted. This can lead to elevated results. They could do other things to manipulate their results as well. For instance, they can cancel cycles if they don't have enough follicles, something that other clinics may not do. They may also accept large numbers of foreign patients from countries that do not have good fertility clinics. The result is that these patients may be more fertile. One thing we do know is that CCRM is a lot more expensive than other clinics. I could not afford to do IVF there due to the price. However, I was not impressed with what I saw when I did IUIs, They were disorganized and completely screwed up one of my cycles (triggering with a follicle size of 13 cm). The docs charged ridiculous sums of money and then wanted to run out of the door after 10 minutes. they also didn't pick up the phone on certain days (the weekend after New Years, for instance). I never had the email of a nurse or doctor to call if I had questions. I was much more impressed with Shady Grove, where I had a baby with IUI. It was a lot cheaper and the doctors gave individual patients a lot of one-on-one time.


Your rating: 15 1
The entire staff - doctors, nurses, front desk, and technicians were frighteningly incompetent. Literally every visit (including the day of a minor surgery for me!) I had to remind them why we were there and what our treatment protocol was. For the money we spent - they should have known who we were and why we were there. To add insult to injury - the staff, in particular nurses and front desk were incredibly RUDE!!!! Nothing was ever their fault. Do not go through treatment here. One NP was great...I saw her once...it was the day of the minor surgery I mention...she felt so bad I had so many unanswered questions and was appalled at the bad medical decisions made on my behalf...she gave me a hug and apologized....seriously STAY AWAY from these guys...not worth the money or aggravation. Also agree with the person who posted the stats are inflated. They didn't give us choices when it came to fresh vs frozen transfers or singleton vs twin. I'm young (under 35) and they definitely were not open to discussing anything but what would give them the best result. We went down the path of egg retrieval with these jokers but changed doctors for the transfer (even though it cost us more) as we were so disgusted.

You definitely want them to

Your rating: 55 1
You definitely want them to pick a CCS normal embryo when you're older...I'm 40 and I'm so glad we did CCS testing. CCRM was great. I appreciated that Dr. Surrey was honest with us and didn't push the family based planning cycles because we didn't do well making blasts at our local clinic. We have male factor and advanced maternal age, and the protocol and their lab made such a huge difference for us. They do techniques that aren't offered in my city (a city of several million with lots of fertility clinics) that I think really made the difference. They were able to get all our embryos to blast (six fertilized, six blasts) and we had two normal embryos. CCRM is totally worth the long trip!

Thanks to CCRM we have our twins

Your rating: 55 1
I first went for own-egg IVF at age 41. Dr. Minjarez was great, she did everything she could for me (and for my friend who was the same age a year later when I referred her there). Literally my only complaint is that Dr. M was too optimistic. We did CCS testing, because we didn't want the heartache of miscarriage if there was anything we could do to avoid it, and didn't want to waste time and money and love and pain on embryos that were doomed. (One reviewer complained that that means "cherry picking the best embryos"--um no--it means identifying the ONLY embryos that could POSSIBLY become a baby!). But it turned out we had no normal embryos. Dr. M said based on my history, numbers, etc., if we tried again we had a 50/50 chance of at least one normal embryo, which meant about a 30-35% chance of a baby. But if we tried again and still had no normals, she said she wouldn't recommend trying a third time because the chances of success were so incredibly low in women who have done two consecutive cycles with no normals, that she felt it wasn't ethical to take tens of thousands of dollars from us to try a third time. We had been through so much (multiple failed cycles at another clinic) that ultimately we decided not to try again. We went straight to donor egg. Dr. M fought to let me use the donor I wanted, did a perfect cycle on her, and from our first transfer of a single blast, we now have identical twins! And we have several more frozen in case we want a bigger family. Their lab rules, their doctors rule, the clinic is a pleasant place to be and Denver is a nice place to visit. I could not possibly recommend them more highly.

Love them!

Your rating: 55 1
Why would you not want to cherry pick the best embryo? That's what gets you success!! I am very pleased to say we have our little boy laying here with me and 6 frozen CCS tested embryos waiting for us. I am 37 with PCOS and husband has MFI. Expensive but worth it to travel to this clinic, we traveled from Nashville, TN.

Very disappointing --don't

Your rating: 15 1
Very disappointing --don't come here if you have DOR or age over 40. Doctors technically competent but not driven to get success. Statistics are deceptive given the widespread CCS testing excludes most transfers in age over 40, cherry picking the best embryos.

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