The SART and CDC just released the 2011 comparative success rates for fertility clinics. Texas Fertility Center consistently ranks above the national average for IVF success rates. However, we emphasize that this is just one data point to consider when deciding on a fertility clinic.
One of our fertility specialists, Dr. Kaylen Silverberg, says: “Even if you understand the IVF rates and how to read them, it’s hard to apply this information to grade clinics.”
If you are considering IVF, it’s important to know how IVF success rates are calculated, and how to read the data.
IVF fertility treatment requires you to make a significant physical, financial and emotional investment. You might consider traveling to an out-of-town fertility clinic for better IVF success rates.
Contact Texas Fertility Center at our Austin, Round Rock or San Antonio clinics to learn more about our IVF protocols and IVF success rates.
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