IVF Success Rates

Our IVF Success Rates are submitted to both SART and the CDC.

At Fort Worth Fertility, we submit our data to both the Society for Assisted Reproductive Medicine (SART) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). We maintain superior pregnancy rates despite transferring fewer than the average national number of embryos in an effort to reduce the incidence of multiple births.

The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology developed a national database for reporting fertility treatment outcomes. The report is generated by SART and published by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). This system assures consistency in reporting clinical outcomes from around the country. Since all data undergoes a rigorous review process and takes over a year to publish, the CDC reporting usually lags behind the most current data.

To View Our Current IVF success Rate at SART Click Here

To View Our Current IVF success Rate at the CDC Click Here

At Fort Worth Fertility, we take time to review each patient’s individual situation. We believe all patients should be given the necessary information to help them make decisions concerning treatment based on their goals, diagnosis, and expected outcome.

Some centers turn away or discourage treatment for patients with a diagnosis such as decreased ovarian reserve or severe endometriosis in an effort to have higher pregnancy results. We believe that the decision to proceed with treatment is an individual one and we will provide an accurate assessment of your potential success rates.