Fertility Success Rates

Best IVF Clinics In Texas For Women 35-37 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 35-37 Banking Cycles For Women 35-37 Total Cycles in All Groups
1 Reproductive Medicine Associates of Texas, PA San Antonio, TX 60.7 1.8 28 59% 603 Profile
2 Houston IVF Houston, TX 48.8 2.0 80 28% 841 Profile
3 Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine-Dallas Dallas, TX 45.0 1.8 20 17% 268 Profile
4 Austin Fertility And Reproductive Medicine - Westlake IVF Austin, TX 45.0 2.3 20 10% 169 Profile
5 Dallas-Fort Worth Fertility Associates Dallas, TX 42.9 1.9 56 33% 1096 Profile
6 Fertility Center of San Antonio San Antonio, TX 42.2 2.0 45 33% 669 Profile
7 Fertility Specialists of Texas, PLLC Frisco, TX 38.1 1.9 42 15% 622 Profile
8 IVFMD Irving, TX 37.1 1.9 35 21% 525 Profile
9 Houston Fertility Institute Houston, TX 36.9 1.9 65 50% 3537 Profile
10 Texas Fertility Center Austin, TX 29.6 1.8 27 54% 1826 Profile
11 Center of Reproductive Medicine Webster, TX 27.8 1.9 36 25% 602 Profile
12 Brooke Army Medical Center Fort Sam Houston, TX 27.3 2.1 22 0% 103 Profile
13 Center for Assisted Reproduction Bedford, TX 25.0 1.8 40 12% 547 Profile
14 Dallas IVF Frisco, TX 25.0 1.9 20 55% 896 Profile
15 Fort Worth Fertility, PA Fort Worth, TX 23.8 1.6 21 25% 676 Profile
Fertility Specialists of Houston Houston, TX * 1.8 17 73% 1310 Profile
Houston Infertility Clinic Houston, TX * 2.3 16 5% 127 Profile
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Center for Fertility and Reproductive Surgery Lubbock, TX * 1.9 15 28% 129 Profile
Southwest Center for Reproductive Health, PA El Paso, TX * 1.8 13 0% 93 Profile
North Houston Center for Reprod. Medicine The Woodlands, TX * 1.8 13 0% 84 Profile
Reproductive Institute Of South Texas Mcallen, TX * 1.8 12 0% 165 Profile
Repromed Fertility Center Dallas, TX * 1.9 11 53% 194 Profile
Austin Fertility Institute Austin, TX * 1.7 10 10% 318 Profile
UT Medicine Fertility Center San Antonio, TX * 1.7 10 20% 99 Profile
The Texas Center for Reproductive Health Dallas, TX * 1.8 9 35% 78 Profile
Family Fertility Center Houston, TX * 1.8 8 47% 278 Profile
Cooper Institute for Advanced Reproductive Medicine Houston, TX * 2.4 8 14% 134 Profile
IVF Plano Plano, TX * 2.0 5 22% 328 Profile
Fertility Center of Dallas Dallas, TX * 2.0 5 79% 218 Profile
Scott & White Temple, TX * 1.8 5 0% 98 Profile
DFW Center For Fertility & IVF Allen, TX * 2.0 5 17% 62 Profile
Frisco Institute for Reproductive Medicine Frisco, TX * 1.5 4 20% 320 Profile
RMATX.COM, PLLC, RMA of Texas-Austin Austin, TX * 1.8 4 66% 254 Profile
The Centre For Reproductive Medicine Lubbock, TX * 1.5 4 22% 158 Profile
The Heard Clinic Houston, TX * 2.0 4 29% 47 Profile
Institute for Women's Health San Antonio, TX * 2.0 2 50% 89 Profile
Fertility Specialists Of San Antonio San Antonio, TX * 2.0 2 25% 32 Profile
Fertility and Advanced Reproductive Medicine Dallas, TX * 2.0 1 61% 166 Profile
Advanced Fertility Centers, PLLC Odessa, TX * 3.0 1 0% 15 Profile
Advanced Fertility Center of Texas Houston, TX * 0.0 0 52% 382 Profile
Presbyterian Hospital Plano ARTS Plano, TX * 0.0 0 82% 240 Profile
Fertility Institute Of Texas, PLLC New Braunfels, TX * 0.0 0 75% 121 Profile
IVF Institute Dallas, TX * 0.0 0 100% 54 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.