At Simple IVF Centers, our goal is to make advanced fertility care accessible to the largest number of families. We achieve this goal by reducing the cost of IVF treatment by over 50%.
‘Simple IVF’ is our teams reimagined IVF protocol that allows us to reach our goal. This treatment plan comes down to high-quality care that doesn’t involve needless tests, procedures, and office visits.
End result: IVF treatment offered at a greatly reduced cost compared to most fertility centers.
This is the ideal treatment program for many couples who don’t require advanced methods such as preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) or ICSI sperm microinjection.
The state of the art IVF lab uses techniques that have been tested for over 30 years. We believe that high-quality care is just as important as affordability when it comes to achieving success.
To keep the treatment plan ‘simple’, our team will help you arrange needed testing and prescription medications. Our Center’s online app and portal will provide you with daily instructions for your treatment plan. Your coordinator will also monitor your care through weekly check ins.
Patients can complete a streamlined treatment with a moderate dose of injectable fertility medications. Treatment usually takes place over 2 to 4 office visits. Care can be simplified and costs can be reduced when working with the limited 6 to 15 eggs often produced by Simple IVF.
Eggs for IVF can be harvested using a mild anesthetic to perform a brief procedure. Many patients are ready to leave the office within 30 to 40 minutes of treatment.
Fertilized eggs spend 2 to 3 days growing in the IVF laboratory before they are returned to the woman’s body. A standard IVF embryo transfer is often used to transfer two embryos. Any remaining good quality embryos can be cryopreserved for use in future pregnancies.
Many patients are pleasantly surprised how easily Simple IVF fits into their schedule. This easy treatment plan can commonly be completed within 4 to 6 office visits during a month’s time.
Schedule a consultation with us today to learn why financial constraints don’t have to hold you back from the fertility care you need to build the family you desire.
Patient’s dealing with difficult infertility issues often undergo Advanced IVF treatment. Common situations where this treatment may be used include severe male infertility, couples interested in preimplantation genetic testing (PGT), and patients requiring IVF with an egg donor.
Advanced IVF may also be an attractive choice for patients searching for the highest monthly success rates.
Simple IVF and Advanced IVF can be compared by three differences.
The first difference lies with the number of eggs produced. Advanced IVF patients often produce 15 to 30 eggs due to the higher doses of fertility medications they receive. A genetically normal, healthy embryo is required to achieve pregnancy and it is easier to obtain one with a larger number of eggs to choose from. To simplify, more eggs equals a higher chance of pregnancy from the ‘right’ egg. Advanced IVF is also more likely to produce spare embryos for cryopreservation that can be used in the future.
The IVF laboratory treatment is the second difference. Fertilized eggs for Advanced IVF are grown to the blastocyst stage over a 5 day period at the IVF lab. Studies show that it is easier to identify the healthiest embryo during the blastocyst stage. This means the chances for a successful pregnancy may be increased with just a single embryo transfer.
The third difference is the use of special tools to treat more advanced issues. Examples include:
Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT): PGT (also known as PGD or PGS) is a tool used to determine which genetically healthy embryos should be transferred for pregnancy. A young woman may only have the normal chromosomes needed for a successful pregnancy in 50% of her embryos. A woman over 40 may only have 10-15% genetically normal embryos. Due to those odds, IVF treatment commonly fails without the genetically normal embryo capable of becoming a baby. You can find out more information on PGT by visiting our page dedicated to genetic testing.
Intracytoplasmic sperm insertion (ICSI): ICSI can be an excellent treatment for many men suffering from severe male factor infertility. Even under the best care, if the male’s sperm cannot find the egg in the test tube to fertilize it, the IVF procedure may fail.
ICSI can overcome this issue in a large number of males by using a microneedle to insert an individual sperm cell directly into the egg.
Egg Donation and Gestational Surrogacy: during these treatments an additional individual, or ‘third party’ is involved. Women with uterus health or egg quality issues may become pregnant after using eggs collected from the ‘third party parent’.
For patients who would normally face significant pregnancy challenges, this treatment can be an excellent chance for success.
The high-quality treatment offered by Advanced IVF is the preferred option for severely infertile patients.
We want to show you why financial constraints don’t have to hold you back from the fertility treatments you need. Schedule an appointment with us today to learn how we can help.