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9555 SW Barnes Road
Suite 255
Portland, OR 97225



Success Rates

IVF Success Rates: 

IVF Success Rates-Fresh Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Oregon Reproductive Medicine in Portland, Oregon performed 394 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
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
Oregon Reproductive Medicine 176 109 56 34 19 5

IVF Success Rates-Frozen Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Oregon Reproductive Medicine in Portland, Oregon performed 338 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
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
Oregon Reproductive Medicine 97 99 89 35 18 8
Egg Donation Success Rates: 

Egg Donation Success Rates

As reported by Oregon Reproductive Medicine in Portland, Oregon to the CDC in 2014, the fertility clinic performed 204 donor egg cycles in that year; 72 cycles used fresh embryos from donor eggs and 132 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 (%)
Oregon Reproductive Medicine 72 83.3 132 65.2

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




Your rating: 15 1
I can't remember doing business with an organization I've loathed more than ORM. The endless tests that they can't explain or justify. The counseling sessions where they can't answer basic questions but charge $400/hour. The complete lack of transparency on costs leading to surprise $25,000 deposits due with one week to pay. The lack of respect for the patient's time or emotions. They rarely return calls promptly, they can't clearly or accurately explain the process and throw constant roadblocks up to slow down the process and extract just a little more money, It's an endless treadmill of frustration and delay. Basically if you imagine someone you love getting ill or injured and what a you'd hope a compassionate caregiver would do, ORM is the opposite. I can only hope that the doctors and staff at ORM will have someone they love endure the treatment they subject their patients to so that they might hopefully develop some empathy.

Frustrating experiences

Your rating: 15 1
I have been a patient at ORM for over a year now and my experience has been one of frustration at EVERY step. From not being "allowed" to schedule appointments with my doctor, to having to essentially beg for a face to face meeting with someone from financial services- my experience has been that the staff has no desire to help me or to make the process easier. For a year, ORM staff has treated me like I'm a nuisance rather than like a patient who needs help- and who incidentally would do anything to not need their help. I get better treatment from the customer services representatives at Comcast than I do from the staff at ORM (and Comcast is easier to reach). No one noticed or cared about my frustrations about being treated like a thorn in their side until I had a full on melt down in the genetics office. At that point, the office manager did call me, but never offered to meet me face to face. Even after telling the manager my frustrations about how I was treated, about not receiving ANY explanation about testing that was being ordered on me, about not having ANY contact with my doctor- I continue to have ALL of these same frustrations. Financially I have felt trapped by ORM- having done all of my testing there I was not in a position to leave and start fresh with a different practice. I wish I would have met with other fertility specialists before entrusting my care to ORM. My husband and I cannot wait for our cycle to be over, hopefully successfully, so that we can leave ORM and never have to deal with them again. Don't trust your care to a practice that doesn't care about you.

i was told i was Kinda Pregnant. don't recommend.

Your rating: 15 1
I'm hope this has not happened to others what vie have not gone through the past 3 days. Ive been on a emotional roller coaster since Tuesday because of Oregon Reproductive Medicine , probably one of the WORST roller coasters I've been on through our entire infertility journey. We had our first IUI about 2 weeks ago. We went in this last Tuesday to get a blood pregnancy test to confirm if we could possibly pregnant or not.. After waiting all day for my results to be called to me on I was given a call from a associate Jessica from ORM and she said " well we received your results and your levels aren't at 0.00 but at a low 3.675. So your pregnant." At this point I thought this was it. After 7 YEARS of infertility this December I've finally heard those 2 words every woman wants to hear. BUT it was short lived by her adding that the levels SHOULD be around 17 to 20m So your only KINDA pregnant. I stood their confused. What do you mean "kind of" pregnant?? You either are or you not. She said they consider anything over a 2.50m a positive pregnancy but probably will turn to a negative the next time we test you. we woulld like you back in on Thursday 12/1/2016 to take another test to see if your levels doubled or if it dropped.) If it doubles or rises you are for sure pregnant. And we'll, if it goes down unfortunately that means your not pregnant. And I shook my head in shock and asked "you just told me I am pregnant" but actually not? She said because your not at 0.0 (which would mean i'm not pregnant) but above 2.50m they "consider" me pregnant. I told her thank you and hung up so distraught, and emotional my happy moment I've been begging, praying, dreaming of has come and gone and has been RUINED by ORM. The last 2 days to vie had to wait for the next blood test to confirm again has been horrible and emotional.My husband and I went in again today and spent more money to take another blood test.Also while I was there I requested for someone to call me so I can discuss my issues i'm having with ORM so far.I was given a call around 9:30am and the lady was nice and said we can discuss your results and if you want to reschedule a different time to talk about the issues your having with ORM I completely understand & I said,well it depends on my results.She said "well Elizabeth I'm sorry to tell you,your levels dropped to a 1.37m & that means your not pregnant".I wanted to scream & cry but all I had was anger.I told her how DARE you guys tell me I'm pregnant when im not.What kind of policies is this.I told your her you guys are ORM, your on the radio, news, all over the internet, a state, even country known for reproductive medicine and have had hundreds of positive stories and this is how I'm treated?Your not a small planned parenthood.Your ORM.Your associate tells me the news I've wanted to hear for almost 7 years this December and now but  I'm actually not?I told her do you even understand my story and that we have been trying this long and what this has put me through? she remained calm the whole call and understanding.She did say 3 different things, I could of been pregnant, the egg implanted, then detached.Then it was and chemical pregnancy from all my medicines raised my levels and made them think I was pregnant.Then I could of not been pregnant at all.I said your associate had the audacity to tell me I was pregnant when you weren't even sure yourself?& I asked why on earth do you guys check so early anyways!? It's been less then 2 weeks since my procedure.She said they want to know as soon as possible so they can stop future treatments and if I'm not pregnant they can start planning next months plan. So I spend over $172.00 the past 2 visits for them to tell me I'm pregnant but no I'm not. She also added this is a hard to tell our clients news like this and very sorry. And I said HARD FOR YOU. I'm the one going through the shots, pills, mood swings, depression, weight gain, cravings, stress at work and home, and so on and it's hard for you? This all could of been prevented if you didn't tell me I was pregnant when I actually wasn't .Shame, shame on you Oregon Reproductive Medicine. I also asked her why on earth do you tell people your pregnant at such a low level when I told her i don't mean to question her schooling, job or position but I I checked Google, & a positive pregnancy shouldn't be considered a positive test until over 5.0m so why did they consider a number at 3.675 a positive.She said their job is the find out early with procedures & their goal is to find out as soon as possible.I told her you should not be telling woman they are pregnant when they are not until you are 100% sure. I will also add I requested to meet with my Doctor Amanda Hurlman twice. each time I was rescheduled. once was a over booking, the second I was scheduled when she had a surgery.I have only met my doctor ONCE on our first consult. She never even did my IUI. She was very professional in our first & only encounter.

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