The National Institutes for Health conducts and supports a variety of clinical research related to the study and treatment of infertility. Presently, there are NIH 1197 studies focusing on studies focusing on IVF that can be found, including the specific conditions and interventions being researched. The status of these studies are presently recruiting, suspended, or terminated, and others have been completed.
What is a clinical trial?
IVF clinical trials are a valuable method for fertility specialists to perform IVF research while providing invaluable treatment to patients for little or no cost.
IVF Clinical Trial FAQS
Clinical trials studying IVF are a mutually beneficial relationship between doctor and patient. These studies have long lasting effect and discoveries made are used to improve fertility care for both men and women.
- Patients = Volunteers who understand their IVF treatment is undergoing research and approval
- Doctors = Researchers who are looking for innovative treatment protocols and medications to increase the likelihood of a successful pregnancy and birth through IVF
IVF Treatment Success Rates
The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) is the primary organization of professionals dedicated to the practice of ART in the U.S. SART’s mission is to set up and help maintain the standards for practicing ART in an effort to better serve fertility specialists and their patients.
All fertility specialists in the United States report and verify data on the outcomes of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) procedures performed in their clinics over the calendar year. According to the success rates report by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), there were 231,936 ART cycles performed by 464 clinics in the U.S. during the last reporting period. The demand for the practice of ART has doubled over the past 10 years resulting in 1.6 of all babies born in the U.S. conceived using ART.
Yearly ART data on IVF success rates is a rich source of information for potential IVF patients. This data gives patients an idea of their average chances of pregnancy success through IVF.
At New Hope Fertility NYC, IVF success rates vary in the context of patient and treatment characteristics:
- Infertility diagnosis
- History of previous pregnancies
- History of previous miscarriages
- Number of failed IVF cycles – fresh and frozen embryo transfers
- Number of embryos transferred in a single cycle
- Type of IVF procedure – Conventional IVF, Mini-IVF™ or Natural Cycle IVF™
- IVF ancillary procedures used – ICSI, Assisted Hatching, In Vitro Maturation
World Class IVF Experts
It is important to work with a fertility care team having the experience required to design a customized IVF treatment plan meeting your personal needs. To schedule your initial consultation with one of the world renowned fertility specialists at New Hope Fertility NYC, click the icon below – or – call 917.525.5496.