Fertility Success Rates

Best IVF Clinics In Michigan For Women 41-42 Using Fresh Embryos

Ranking is based on live birth rate per transfer for Fresh Embryos with 20 or more transfers per segment as reported in the 2015 CDC Final IVF Success Rate Report.

Banking Cycles indicates the percentage of cycles for the selected age group where the embryo or oocyte was frozen without first attempting a fresh transfer. Centers with a higher percentage of banking cycles may be better evaluated by their success rates for frozen embryos. The CDC does not yet provide success rate data for banked IVF cycles.

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Rank Name City Live Birth Rate / Transfer Average Embryos / Transfer Fresh Transfers For Women 41-42 Banking Cycles For Women 41-42 Total Cycles in All Groups
IVF Michigan Fertility Center Bloomfield Hills, MI * 2.2 48% 1098 Profile
Michigan Reproductive & IVF Center, PC Grand Rapids, MI * 2.9 4% 975 Profile
Reproductive Medicine Associates of Michigan Troy, MI * 2.1 22% 598 Profile
IVF MICHIGAN ROCHESTER HILLS & FLINT, PC Rochester Hills, MI * 2.6 0% 346 Profile
Advanced Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, PC Bloomfield Hills, MI * 2.9 24% 191 Profile
Center for Reproductive Medicine, University of Michigan Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Ann Arbor, MI * 1.8 17% 480 Profile
Michigan Reproductive Medicine Bloomfield Hills, MI * 1.3 33% 191 Profile
Wayne State University Physician Group, University Women's Care Southfield, MI * 1.7 0% 125 Profile
Michigan Comprehensive Fertility Center Dearborn, MI * 3.0 0% 147 Profile
Gago IVF Brighton, MI * 2.0 25% 143 Profile
Henry Ford Reproductive Medicine Troy, MI * 2.0 29% 82 Profile
Michigan Center for Fertility and Women's Health, PLC Warren, MI * 0.0 79% 261 Profile
Brenda L. Moskovitz, MD, PC Troy, MI * 0.0 100% 18 Profile
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* Indicates results based on fewer than 20 transfers and is considered statistically insignificant by the CDC.
If a clinic is not listed in this report, it may mean that they do not report IVF success rates to CDC. You should ask why.