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Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey - Morristown

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111 Madison Avenue
Suite 100
Morristown, NJ 07960



Success Rates

IVF Success Rates: 

IVF Success Rates-Fresh Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey in Basking Ridge, New Jersey performed 1,225 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
Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey 581 278 219 97 50 26

IVF Success Rates-Frozen Cycle

According to the most recent report published by the CDC, Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey in Basking Ridge, New Jersey performed 1,886 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
Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey 860 485 341 154 46 12
Egg Donation Success Rates: 

Egg Donation Success Rates

As reported by Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey in Basking Ridge, New Jersey to the CDC in 2014, the fertility clinic performed 205 donor egg cycles in that year; 55 cycles used fresh embryos from donor eggs and 150 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 (%)
Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey 55 56.4 150 50.0

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



I am so glad I chose RMA

Your rating: 55 1
I spent months trying to choose a clinic for IVF. Reviews like the ones on this page made me scared that RMA was lousy and kept me from choosing them for too long even though I knew their statistics were stellar. I am 42, I'm overweight, I've had fibroids, I had been turned down by other clinics, and when I called RMA they assured me they would not turn me down. I don't know if they turn anyone down, but they made it sound like they don't. So they don't seem to be padding their statistics by picking and choosing patients they think have a good shot. Many of the reviewers here are complaining that they felt pushed into IVF. Well, RMA is THE place you want to go to if you know you need IVF. Because of my husband's prostate cancer, there is no herb, no nutrition thing, that is going to get us pregnant naturally. So I wasn't looking for a clinic that would help me get pregnant naturally as I knew it was an impossibility anyway. I can't say how good RMA is at helping those folks - but I can say, if you need IVF, THIS is the place to go. (Also, if you've tried your herb and nutrition thing for 6 months already and you're over 40, or for a year if you're under, you just don't have time to waste on the *possibility* that maybe natural will work for you one day. Maybe it will, maybe it won't, but IVF *is* your very best shot and RMA is the going to tell you the truth about that.) RMA is expensive. They have some great financing though. If you're 40 and under (which I wasn't) you can even sign up to get all your money back if it doesn't work for you. That's an AMAZING offer, I wish it were available in my age range. Even though it isn't, I'm still glad to be with RMA. I use the email portal with my nurse when I need an answer that isn't urgent. When I have an urgent question, yes, I have to leave a message on the phone but someone always calls me back immediately. The staff is super caring and they cater to all my weird needs and neurotic issues. I live two hours away, so going to monitoring by 7:30 in New Jersey every morning is rough, but when I get there they always treat me like I'm one of their special patients. The doctors rotate and I don't usually get mine at most monitoring appointments, but when I had an issue where I specifically need to talk to MY doctor, she is right there, calling me back immediately. She has even called just to check on me. RMA is an incredibly smooth running machine - they have everything organized for every appointment and each doctor I see immediately knows what my issues were from the appointment I just had with every doctor I saw before. They're a machine the way you want a machine to be - human, responsive, and very well organized - they have their act together in a way that lets them really focus on each person as they need to be focused on.

Worst expereince of my life

Your rating: 15 1
Worst experience of my life. The minute you walk into RMANJ, you are only given one option: IVF. I was actually pregnant and the doctor told me I would probably need IVF anyway. Ultimately I lost the pregnancy, while I waited for my progesterone rx to be approved by my insurance and my doctor never expressed any urgency for me to obtain it right away. Ironically, I watched another girl be given progesterone samples as she left the office "in case her insurance didn't approve it". Clearly, I was not worthy of the same care. The genetic testing they perform as part of the initial analysis is antiquated and worthless. Their surgical center operates like a human assembly line and I was actually forced to sign paperwork with an IV in my arm, because the nurse "forgot about it". I asked to use my left arm, and she laughed. Have you ever tried to fill out paperwork with an IV in your arm? It is incredibly painful! Ultimately, if you only want IVF, maybe this is the place for you. In my life, I have seen many women solve their fertility issues and go on to conceive naturally without IVF. However, naturally is not very profitable, and RMANJ is only about generating money. Good luck with whatever you choose, but beware of RMANJ. I would honestly recommend my current doctor, Dr. Jeffery Braverman, as a second opinion. Not only has he put my mind at ease, he presented me with many options with better scientific data than RMANJ ever did. Fertility treatment is not fun, but it shouldn't devastate you the way RMANJ devastated me.


Your rating: 25 1
I understand they have the best success rates around but because of my age, just turned 42, they are not optimistic at all. I did 1 iui and they're pushing for ivf right away.

They won't sing you any lullabies

Your rating: 55 1
I was 44 when I first became a patient. I'd had two miscarriages and years of being urged to have a hysterectomy because of fibroids my previous on said were too many to treat. The first thing Dr Morris did was lay out all my options with as many facts as she could to help us understand what we were in for. She advised IVF straight away, because of adv maternal age, Hx of loss and time trying naturally. Another Dr did the surgery to remove all the growths. This resolved all other painful issues that had my previous OB urging hysterectomy. We had other issues that kept us from moving forward for another year, but we tried ourselves, without any luck. We finally put things in motion in the Spring of 2014. Because of my age and stats we skipped trying to harvest my eggs. I was not willing to risk the 17% success rate. A healthy baby is what we wanted. We looked for donors for a fresh cycle, but the selection was limited and so expensive. We eventually settled on northwest cryobank. I submitted photos of myself at various ages and also chose a donor from their profiles. She could have been my sister, if not my twin. Both me and my husband and the bank came up with the same donor in Individual searches. We paid a lot of money and had the collection of eggs shipped. They took six to ICSI, all of which took and three made it to transfer day. I took weeks of shots in the belly to prep, then several days before the transfer. I learned how to do the big shots in the back by myself, which they were surprised at. On th day of transfer I saw a lot of women and partners move through the waiting area and had my turn. I chose to pay the extra for the acupressure. I got to see the bitty baby blast on the screen and followed its journey into the uterus. I did a LOT of prayer for the next week. The day they took the blood for the test, I was so sure it hadn't worked. There'd been a bit of spotting. I looked up implantation bleeding, but didn't get my hopes up. When my nurse told me on the phone that my numbers were good and I was pregnant, I cried...hard. Then at the six week mark the Dr let me video the moment I heard her heart beat for the first time. I had great experience with communication with the team of doctors and nurses. I don't know if I saw the same doctors for monitoring more than twice, and Dr Morris was not working the morning of my transfer, but I felt everyone was very caring and professional and tried their best to help my cycle succeed. My baby girl was born in late May and is everything I hoped for and more. We will start the transfer process once more in a few months for another baby. We have two frozen baby blasts on ice, so I'm hoping we can add to our joy.

Poor experience

Your rating: 15 1
I have been a patient at RMA off and on for about 2 years. I am writing this review about my experience, not out of frustration for lack of success (although that is true), but out of frustration for how my husband and I are treated by RMA. Our experience has been that we can only communicate with nursing via voicemail and can never actually get someone on the phone. It's frustrating to feel like you are playing a game of telephone when it comes to your medical care. If we are available to answer the phone when the nurse calls (which is always while we are working at our busy, fast paced jobs) we both feel as though we are rushed off of the phone. We usually feel as though we are treated like lab values on a piece of paper instead of human beings in need of medical care. We are still patients there but are seriously considering other clinics. I have started asking around, and have been told that it's more typical to be able to call a clinic and actually speak to someone as well as to have a way to communicate with your doctor (ex: by email). Please don't get me wrong, it's clear that they know what they are doing when it comes to fertility, but we don't feel like they treat the person.

I went to RMA after months of

Your rating: 55 1
I went to RMA after months of trying and with the help of the Dr. Forman and Joyce I am now the mother of a beautiful, healthy 5 month old baby girl. I never felt like just a number. Joyce was in communication with me throughout the whole process, holding my hand and giving me a shoulder to cry on when things did not go well. Yes there were times that I had to wait to be seen but what doctor do you go to where that does not happen? Basking Ridge is an amazing office and I saw my doctor most of the times at Morristown (my main office) and for all the extra testing I needed throughout the process and he did my last transfer so I am not sure where all of this you never see your doctor is coming from with other patients. I did see other doctors for monitoring but all of them were great and gave me all of their attention at that moment in time. The rotation was never an issue for me and everyone I had no matter what was being done was professional and made me feel comfortable. I would highly recommend them.


Your rating: 15 1
The worst ever! I have done cycles with another clinic before I started this cycle with RMA NJ. Is closer to me this one but the on call doctors and some of the nurses are so not professional! First night the on call doctor told me to do the wrong medications. Then on retrieval day I was pricked 4 times before they could get the IV in!! All in all bad! If you want a good place go to new hope in NY is worth the travel time and distance!! Do not go to RMA they don't care about your well being! Maybe the doctors does and being nice and professional are two different things, they were nice but not professional at all or responsible!!

Thank you RMA !!!

Your rating: 55 1
We just gave birth to our beautiful twin baby girls 2 days ago, This would not have been possible without RMA. Dr. Morris and our nurse Joyce were fantastic!!!

horrible communication

Your rating: 15 1
I just started RMA after they merged with IVF. All I have to say is good luck to anyone in their journey to have a baby with them. I really wish they weren't the only fertilty group in my area. I wasted 3 cycles when I could have gotten treatment because my nurse failed to informed me what was needed to start an iui cycle. She was very hard to get a hold, by the way, communication is only done via nurse. Then when I had to start injectibles, nobody actually trained me how to use it. I mean, I can read directions, but I expect more from the nation's top fertility doctors. Keep in mind, I'm sure the doctors are great, but every time I spoke to someone in the office, financial, or nursing staff, no one knew what was going. For a group that advertising they take a stress out of having a baby, what a lie when you constantly have to deal with people who don't know how to do their job. Word of advice RMA, please do a better job training your staff!!!

I love RMA!

Your rating: 55 1
I had a transfer three days ago. I wanted to write a review before finding out whether or not I am pregnant. When I first started this process, I didn’t find a lot of helpful places with reviews, and a lot of the positive reviews were written after the birth of a baby. I LOVE RMA!! This clinic is amazing! I started this process over a year ago with another clinic. I went through three IUIs and two IVF cycles. I had 0 eggs after two IVF cycles with this other clinic. With only two more IVFs covered, my husband and I decided we needed to try another clinic. I wish we had started here from the beginning! My doctor is Dr. Shastri. She is great! Everyone I’ve dealt with at this clinic has been helpful, kind and and very caring. A few of the reviews that I’ve seen on RMA mentioned that it is a factory. Yes, there are a lot of patients at RMA, but I’ve never, not even once, felt like I was in a factory. I go to the Somerset Office. I love the early hours. I am usually there right at 6, and the longest I’ve been there (from BW to US) was 30 minutes. I’m usually in and out in 20 minutes. The receptionist is always friendly and helpful. The phlebotomists (I usually see Richmond) are amazing. I have very tricky viens. At my last clinic there were times I was poked 3, 4, or 5 times. These phlebotomists get my on the first try every time. A doctor always does my US. There is a doctor there every morning. They use Mandells pharmacy. Everyone I’ve dealt with at Mandells has been a pleasure to work with. (They were used at my last clinic as well.) My nurse is Christine. Again, she is amazing! She responds to my emails in a very timely manner, and is able to answer all of my questions. I’ve also had a good experience with the finance department. Neha is very helpful. On the weekends, I go to Basking Ridge. (This is the only drawback of this clinic. On the weekends, there are only two offices open.) The hours are 6-10. I usually get there between 7 and 7:30. Yes, there is a wait, but the longest I’ve been there is @40 minutes. Just bring a book or magazine! The BR facility is top notch. During my two retrievals and one transfer I was very pleased with the nurses. (By the way, the morning of my retrieval, Dr. Shastri was away. However, she got my test results early that morning and called me @6:15 to tell me the news.) This past retrieval Kathy was my nurse. Loved her! Can’t say enough good things about her. Here is the bottom line: I now have at least 5 normal eggs (they were tested), after having none at my last clinic. I thought I’d have to explore other options (egg donor, adoption, etc.) and then I went to RMA. No, I don’t know if this transfer worked yet, but if it doesn’t I still have some more eggs. I am thrilled that I am a patient of Dr. Shastri at RMA and just wish I started sooner! (Sorry for the very long review, but when I was looking for clinics, I searched for reviews, but only found a few helpful reviews. I decided then that I wanted to post a comprehensive review.)

Ivf cost

Your rating: 55 1
Wife had 3 miscarriages this year 2 Dnc and one naturally we are both 25 years old we went to a fertility scoot and did blood work on my wife and I checked our chrosomes came back good checked my sperm came back good my wife's fsh level was slightly high and we need ivf how much would it cost at your facility wife has insurance but plan does not cover nothing for fertility

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