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Georgia Center for Reproductive Medicine

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5354 Reynolds Street
Savannah, GA 31405
U.S.

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Success Rates

IVF Success Rates: 

IVF Success Rates-Fresh Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, The Georgia Center for Reproductive Medicine in Savannah, Georgia performed 105 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
The Georgia Center for Reproductive Medicine 67 26 9 2 1 0 59.7 34.6 5 / 9 0 / 2 0 / 1 N/A


IVF Success Rates-Frozen Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, The Georgia Center for Reproductive Medicine in Savannah, Georgia performed 29 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
The Georgia Center for Reproductive Medicine 17 6 5 1 0 1 6 / 17 0 / 6 2 / 5 0 / 1 N/A 0 / 1
Egg Donation Success Rates: 

Egg Donation Success Rates

As reported by The Georgia Center for Reproductive Medicine in Savannah, Georgia to the CDC in 2014, the fertility clinic performed 16 donor egg cycles in that year; 14 cycles used fresh embryos from donor eggs and 2 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 (%)
The Georgia Center for Reproductive Medicine 14 11 / 14 2 2 / 2

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

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TTC

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Your rating: 25 1
I just called for my first appointment, (referred by my gyno) and had the same thought/experience...the "scheduler" or receptionist was just cold. Hopefully this is not the norm.

I am 7 weeks pregnant

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Your rating: 15 1
I am 7 weeks pregnant (through IVF) and recently have been transferred to Savannah for work. I began working with a satellite fertility clinic for outpatient monitoring however they were unable to accommodate my needs due to scheduling. I need only a few more weeks of monitoring then can be transferred to a regular OBGYN. I called the Georgia Center for Reproductive Medicine to discuss options for care (e.g. outpatient monitoring, transfer of care). The woman I spoke to on the phone was the least helpful and most disheartening person I have dealt with throughout my three year journey. I was told they can't help me in any way. They wouldn't perform monitoring (routine bloodwork and ultrasound) for me unless I was a patient; however they couldn't see me for 3 months. She wouldn't offer me any options nor recommend any other clinic/OB to contact. I asked how they handled their patients that travelled and was told "OUR patients don't travel during IVF it's not good for the pregnancy", as if I had a choice. The conversation ended with me in tears. I have read other reviews about the lack of compassion felt at this clinic. They were not my first choice, rather a last resort. I am sorry I called the clinic at all. It's unfortunate they don't have much competition.

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