Success Rates

We define fertility success as helping you bring home a healthy baby. It’s as simple as that.

Our success rates are straightforward, because we believe that by offering the most accurate representation of our cycle outcomes, both good and bad, we provide our patients the best chance to make smart fertility decisions.

Below you will find our most up-to-date live birth statistics at our fertility center, which come from over 30 years of advanced embryo development and innovative reproductive technologies.

Preliminary Live Birth Per Patient

OUR FERTILITY SUCCESS RATES: THE BASICS

  • we perform more than 4,000 IVF cycles each year
  • our Minc™ & Embryoscope™ incubators grow healthier embryos and improve IVF success
  • our lab team consists of 30+ scientific directors, lab scientists, embryologists and technicians who are leaders in embryo development
  • we analyze more than 30 years of national treatment cycle data to identify trends to help our patients find success

 

HOW TO READ FERTILITY SUCCESS RATES

  • many centers calculate their IVF success rates based on a small amount of yearly IVF cycles
  • many centers exclude patients from IVF treatment based on low preliminary test results
  • this leads to MORE TIME spent in treatment
  • this leads to MORE COSTS to the patient
  • this leads to MORE UNSUCCESSFUL IUI CYCLES
  • this leads to MORE UNCERTAINTY, as an accurate infertility diagnosis has yet to be achieved
  • Genetic testing, which we provide at our Albany fertility clinic, is a tool to identify any potential abnormalities is one way to increase your success rate with IVF by identifying potential abnormalities

 

successratesAlbany Member of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Boston IVF – The Albany Center is a proud member of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (SART). We report all of our data to this national agency for full transparency and accessibility.

For additional information on Boston IVF’s success rates, please click here to view the Society for Reproductive Technology’s (SART) clinic report. Note: A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entry criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.