Our Success Rates

Reproductive Fertility Center’s success rate for healthy pregnancies and live births are among the highest in the nation for all age groups. Pregnancy success rates are affected by a wide range of factors. RFC patients present with varying reproductive disorders, previous IVF failures, and advanced maternal/paternal age. At RFC, we attribute our documented successes to having our own state of the art in-house IVF and PGD laboratory, breakthrough technologies, experienced embryologists, skilled physicians, and unsurpassed teamwork among the medical, laboratory, and nursing staff. RFC has demonstrated continuous successes in improving the IVF outcomes for many families that have had previous IVF failures.

Despite the high and competitive pregnancy success rates achieved during our past 10 years of practice in comparison to nation’s best fertility centers, reproductive technologies are constantly improving and advancing. RFC values continuing education and keeping up with current technology and advances.

Success Rates Explained

RFC does not set an age limit for patients wishing to undergo IVF; rather we examine each patient on an individual basis to determine the likelihood of success for that particular patient. If a patient desires the opportunity to become pregnant, we will do the best we can to help. In certain cases of advanced maternal age, we request that the patient obtain medical clearance to undergo treatment.

Success Rates


Our two in-house IVF laboratory is led by experienced embryologists such as Dr.Jianming Li who is a High Complexity Laboratory Directors (HCLD). Our Scientific Director, Dr. Zhihong Yang is one of the most respected experts in pre-implantation genetic screening research in the world. He has been both a professor and director of IVF techniques and laboratories for over 30 years. In addition to performing thousands of cases over the course of his career as an embryologist, his major academic achievements include the study “Pioneering Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) with Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization (zCGHY’ and Pioneering Identification of Protein Markers for In Vitro Maturation (IVM) of Bovine and Human Oocytes.” In addition, Dr. Yang is first author/main investigator of 14 published scientific articles, and 17 presentations in national and international conferences for assisted reproductive technologies.

Dr. Jianming Li currently is the IVF Laboratory Director at Reproductive Fertility Center.He is certified by the American Board of Bioanalysis (ABB) as a high complexity laboratory director.He have been involved with assisted reproductive medicine, science and genetics for 30 years. His long career includes appointment as an embryologist and instructor in embryology at Reproductive Medicine at Cornell University-New York Hospital in New York (1995-1998), embryologist at Toll Center for Reproductive Medicine at Abington Memorial Hospital in Pennsylvania (1998-2000), and laboratory director at Center for Human Reproduction in New York (2000-2008).

Our IVF laboratory is certified by CAP, Commission on Laboratory Accreditation of the College of American Pathologists. It is considered the leader in quality assurance and equal or even more stringent than the government’s inspection program. CAP inspectors examine quality control, records, staff qualification, facility, equipment, safety protocols and records, and overall laboratory management, and are designed to ensure that the laboratory meets the highest standards of excellence in all areas. Contact us by phone at 949-453-8600, by email at info@reproductivefertilitycenter.com or click here to schedule an initial consultation with our physician.

Please note: comparing clinical success rates may not be meaningful because patient diagnosis, medical condition, and treatment methods may vary from one center to another.

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