Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

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Services Offered    :
Cryopreservation
Donor Eggs
Donor Embryos
Single Women Accepted
Surrogates/Gestational Carriers
PGD
Procedures Offered    :
IVF
ICSI
Insemination
GIFT
Certifications    :
SART Member
Verified Lab Accreditation
Located in Tucson Arizona Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility provides assisted reproductive technology services to people who want to have a child This center is a little smaller than average; in 2011 about 68 cycles were conducted here on women under 35    :

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Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

Located in Tucson Arizona Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility provides assisted reproductive technology services to people who want to have a child This center is a little smaller than average; in 2011 about 68 cycles were conducted here on women under 35
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Some clinics try to maximize their success rate of live births by transferring a lot of embryos into a patient hoping this will increase the chance of pregnancy and result in a higher percentage of live births However this also increases the chance that multiple embryos will implant and the patient will have twins triplets or more Some clinics might have a very high live birth rate but if that is accompanied by a high multiple infant birth rate you may not want to choose that clinic
Number of Cycles ages lt;35 68
Percent Transfers with Live Births age lt;35 45.2
Percent Births with Multiple Infants age lt;35 25
IVF Rate 100%
GIFT 0%
ZIFT 0%
Combination 0%
With ICSI 46%
With eSET 0%
Used PGD
Used Gestational Carrier 0%
Unstimulated 0%
More than one reproductive issue can afflict a couple who wants to conceive Female causes and male causes tend to be equally responsible for infertility but while female factors can be broken down into ovulatory dysfunction tubal factor etc all male factor infertility causes stem from problems with the semen
Ovulatory Dysfunction 16%
Uterine Factor 11%
Tubal Factor 16%
Diminished Ovarian Reserve 14%
Endometriosis 57%
Male Factor 23%
Other Factor
Unknown Factor 0%
Phone (520) 326-0001
Website Arizona Center for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility - Tucson, Arizona (infertility-azctr.com)
Email [email protected]
Address 5190 E. Farness Drive 114 Tucson, Arizona 85712
Neighborhood Ward 6
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