IVF treatment restores the hope of having a baby for the intended parents who are struggling with infertility. In the United States, almost 7% of married women aged 15–44 years were unable to get pregnant after at least 12 consecutive months of trying to conceive.
You may be looking around IVF clinics and finding a good IVF facility and REI that offer the best-fits treatment protocol for you, but it may confuse you with whom to work.
ACRC is working and keeping good business relationships with multiple clinics across the country. We study the clinic's CDC data and have actual working experiences with the clinics. So that we could tell what clinic is best for you based on your needs, the doctor's protocol, and the clinic team's performance.
What is the importance of finding an IVF clinic
The success rate is absolutely the first thing in your mind. You may be asking your known person who has the same experience as you. They may recommend their doctor because they had a successful experience with that doctor. It may be helpful, but actually most of the time it does not work, because every individual is quite different.
The main reason for infertility is the female's ovarian function. American doctors think the 20s years old is the best age for a female to conceive babies. Even if you are in your 20s years old, only about one-third of your eggs are normal. Female ovarian function is lower and lower as the ages grow. Age is one of the important reasons for female ovarian function, but it is not all. Even for two women who are the same age, their ovarian function may be big difference.
So we recommend you consider the following recommendations when you choose an IVF clinic.
The doctor's recent 3 years success rate
If the IVF doctor's protocol is specific for each individual
If the IVF coordinator who is typically a nurse, is well in communication, especially you are having a baby via surrogacy and egg donation
If the clinic has a laboratory it owns
Trust professionals instead of a friend
How much do I pay for an IVF concierge
At ACRC, we do not charge our intended parents to introduce them to a best-fit IVF doctor and IVF clinic. We offer a free initial consultation to talk with you about your needs. And help you schedule a remote consultation with an IVF doctor to discuss your treatment. We will also coordinate the IVF cycle if you choose our surrogacy or egg donation program.
Can I choose an IVF concierge service if I do not use surrogacy or egg donation
Absolutely! IVF concierge is a non-profit program for anyone who has IVF treatment needs. We are pleased to help you even if you are not our intended parents.
What do we do for International Intended Parent
Besides IVF concierge service. We help intended parents arrange international embryos and gametes cryo-transportation by coordinating with their local clinic and recipient clinic. Asian intended parents could work with our Japanese entity named Miracle Angels Reproductive Group to perform embryo and gametes cryopreservation. Our professional team will help you with FDA panel withdrawal as well.