Modern fertility treatment options give couples who struggle with infertility more hope than ever that they, too, can start families of their own. At Arizona Associates for Reproductive Health, we offer a comprehensive range of fertility treatments, including in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intrauterine insemination (IUI). We also provide fertility testing, acupuncture, and emotional and psychological support. Our fertility specialists understand how stressful it can be for couples to endure the hardships of infertility and have committed themselves to making the dreams of aspiring parents come true.
If you are considering starting your family with fertility treatment, our Phoenix fertility specialists, Drs. Ketan S. Patel, Mark D. Johnson, and Diane Hammitt would welcome the opportunity to speak to you about the options available at our clinic. We have helped hundreds of couples who believed that they would never have a family of their own to achieve successful pregnancy through advanced fertility treatments, and we would be thrilled to do the same for you.
Successful Fertility Treatment Begins with a Successful Fertility Clinic
Of course, there is no guarantee that any couple will achieve successful pregnancy through IVF or any other fertility treatment; however, the chances of success increase when treatment is administered by experienced professionals with a track record of success. While there are many other factors that must be taken into consideration when selecting a fertility clinic, including your level of comfort with the doctors and staff and the types of technology used at the clinic, its success rate compared to the national success rate is very important.
Nationally, the percentage of cycles resulting in pregnancy involving fresh embryos from non-donor eggs among women under the age of 35 was as follows:
- 2011: 46.1 percent
- 2012: 46.6 percent
- 2013: 47.7 percent
At Arizona Associates for Reproductive Health, we performed at well above the national average, achieving pregnancy in 60 percent of transfers of fresh embryos from non-donor oocytes between the beginning of 2011 to mid-2013. This was true of every age group measured by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
- 2011 national averages: age 35-37 (38.5 percent); age 38-40 (29.2 percent); age 41-42 (19.4 percent)
- 2012 national averages: age 35-37 (37.8 percent); age 38-40 (29.6 percent); age 41-42 (19.6 percent)
- 2013 national averages: age 35-37 (39.2 percent); age 38-40 (28.5 percent); age 41-42 (16.3 percent)
- Arizona Associates for Reproductive Health from 2011 to mid-2013: age 35-37 (46 percent); age 38-40 (53 percent); age 41-42 (36 percent)
As you can see, our clinic does not skew its success rates by refusing to accept patients who fall outside of the under 35 demographic. We believe in offering hope to all people who wish to introduce beautiful new lives into this world, proudly offering our services to all suitable candidates.
Learn More about Starting Your Family with Fertility Treatment
If you would like to learn more about how we can help you start your family with advanced fertility treatment, please contact Arizona Associates for Reproductive Health today.