Leaders In Successful Pregnancies In Georgia & Throughout The United States
Columbus Center for Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility has set itself apart as one of the leaders in IVF success rates. Our statistics have been above the national average. See our IVF success statistics below.
Why are our success rates so high?
The ultimate goal is to help couples to conceive. To work toward this end, our highly skilled team works diligently to stay on top of quality control. We make every effort to continually improve our knowledge base and our methods. Some of the reasons we are so successful:
Use of the latest technologies
Maintenance of stringent quality control
Hiring and training the best people
Commitment to ongoing learning
Success Rate Terminology
A clinical pregnancy refers to the identification of a pregnancy sac in the uterus, not just a postive pregnancy test. A miscarriage may however still subsequently occur. It is therefore important to consider the live delivery rate.
When an egg is fertilized and implants to the uterine wall, the body starts to produce the pregnancy hormone hCG. Once this has happened, if the embryo is shed it’s called a chemical pregnancy, or a very early miscarriage.
Because a chemical pregnancy ends so early that there is nothing to see on an ultrasound, the only way of proving that the pregnancy occurred is by measuring the level of the chemical hCG in the blood. This is where the term chemical pregnancy comes from.
Columbus Center for Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility
2323 Whittlesey Rd • Columbus, GA 31909