Our mission is to increase access to fertility care by providing the lowest priced and most effective treatments available.
Effortless IVF Success Rates Offer Patients Greater Value
Patients who are considering Effortless IVF may have questions about the effectiveness of the procedure. In studies, we have found that strategies employed with Effortless IVF produce similar birth rates to traditional IVF. If you would like to learn more about the effortless IVF procedure or the success rates that it offers, please click on the New Patient Registration link above.
Our Clinical Studies
Findings in our clinical studies show great similarities in the rates at which fertilization occurs when comparing traditional IVF and effortless IVF. The INVOcell device, which is placed in the woman's body, has shown to be just as effective as lab incubation, while being a much more affordable option. With a fertilization rate over 90 percent, the INVOcell device actually performed slightly better than a laboratory incubator.
Factors Affecting Success Rates
There are many factors that affect individual success rates for fertility treatments. The age of the prospective mother can greatly influence the chances of successful pregnancy in any IVF treatment. For example, women under the age of 35 will typically have a greater success rate than women over 40. The woman's age is related to the quality and number of eggs that she produces, which can also affect her chances of pregnancy.
The health of the patient may also affect IVF outcomes. For example, couples who eat right, exercise regularly, and are non-smokers may experience better success rates than those who don't.
In addition to these aspects of infertility, the doctors and IVF laboratory that perform your procedure can affect your chances of becoming pregnant. The doctors at Effortless IVF pioneered the innovative combination of a predetermined dosing regimen of the fertility injections and the use of the INVOcell vaginal incubation for blastocyst embryo culture. This produced the first babies born in the world using these techniques.