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Understanding Our Pregnancy Rates

  • Ongoing Pregnancy Rates
  • Rates based on embryo transfer.
  • Effective Dates
  • SART Disclaimer
  • Recommended method
  • Patient characteristics: BMI
  • Patient characteristics: AMH levels
  • Single Embryo Transfer – SET
  • Why are our rates so high?
My husband and I came to Dr Morris without a clue of what was wrong. Dr Morris took his time to explain what the situation is and what it means for us in having a baby. Dr Morris and his staff were compassionate thought out our time with them. They were there to answer our questions and to discuss other options. After four months of treatment we were lucky enough to become pregnant with a little girl born in September 2014.

Lita Nightengale, September 8th, 2014
Dr Morris and his staff are one of a kind….the exceed all expectations, and provide high quality care. They are so caring and friendly. Their communication is topnotch. Thank you for every tiny detail to every big detail that you think of. Truly amazing!!

Bridget Stec, October 24th, 2014
The staff here is amazing!! They were so kind and helpful along our journey. Dr Morris is the best!

Megan Hammond , August 29th, 2014
I had an amazing experience with everyone at this facility. They provided feedback on a regular basis and answered my questions honestly.

Quenette Alsup, July 12th, 2014
First, let me commend Dr. Morris on the most well-planned facility I have ever been to. The design and layout along with every minute detail were thought out to the utmost degree. The staff are amazing. Kind, caring, compassionate are the first few words that come to mind. What can be a crazy process is made as easy to handle for the patient as possible without sacrificing any scientific detail on the medical end. We are truly grateful to have found Dr. Morris!

Jen Pollock, December 20, 2016
I have a gorgeous 6 month old! Thanks to the staff at IVF1 in my early 40’s and have a baby! AMH way better indicator than the FSH tests others made me go through monthly for assessing my potential to get knocked up! He knows whats going on in the wonderful world of fertility – no wonder I have seen him quoted on yahoo, etc.

Donna M., Sept 18th, 2014
We highly recommend Dr. Morris and his wonderful staff. They are each caring, supportive and knowledgeable. We couldn’t be more thankful to be led to them. From our last cycle (& a long infertility journey), we are 31 wks along with our first child… our baby girl. ♡

Cindi Muntz, January 27th, 2015
Dr. Morris and his staff are the best! Everyone is very warm and friendly. We never felt rushed during our appointments and the entire process from testing, procedures, diagnosis, and treatment was thoroughly explained. We welcomed our gorgeous bbg triplets in November 2014. Thank you so much!
Megan Folsom, July 22, 2016
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FOXD1 Testing for recurrent miscarriage

Researchers found that women with variations in their FOXD1 gene are TEN times more likely to have recurrent miscarriage compared to women without these variants. FOXD1 gene testing is only available at IVF1
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Embryoscopy: A superior method for the evaluation of miscarriage

D&C’s are a thing of the past! At IVF1, Dr. Morris uses a more accurate method to obtain pregnancy tissue to evaluate the cause of a miscarriage. This technique utilizes a hysteroscope to selectively remove only the fetal tissue which can then be sent for analysis.
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Evaluation for uterine inflammation as a cause for miscarriage

Inflammation is part of the body’s immune response. Initially, inflammation is beneficial. However, sometimes inflammation can cause further inflammation; it can become self-perpetuating even after the initial cause is gone. In this situation, inflammation can be harmful and may lead to miscarriage.
Egg Freezing

Egg Freezing: An excellent method for fertility preservation

The technology for egg freezing has improved so much in the last few years that it is now considered to be just as good a method for fertility preservation as embryo freezing. Learn about egg freezing at IVF1.
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SoldierCryo™ Fertility Preservation for Military Personnel

SoldierCryo™ offers free fertility preservation to military personnel who are Naperville residents that are being deployed to active duty overseas. For men, this will include sperm freezing and storage for the duration of their tour of duty. For women, this will include egg freezing and storage for the duration of their tour of duty.
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Embryo freezing and Cryopreservation

IVF1 uses the method of embryo freezing known as vitrification. This ultra rapid technique allows for a very high embryo survival and pregnancy rate. Learn about embryo freezing at IVF1.
Administering a subcutaneous injection

Administering a subcutaneous injection

Many fertility medications are administered by subcutaneous injection. This article contains step by step instructions and pictures for giving yourself a subcutaneous injection.
Administering an intramuscular injection

Administering an intramuscular injection

Although less common, some fertility medications are best administered by intramuscular injection. This article contains step by step instructions and pictures for giving yourself an intramuscular injection.
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Follistim AQ Pen Injector

Follistim is a popular medication used for fertility treatments including IVF. Instead of a syringe, Follistim is used with a pen injector which is easy to learn and use.
Progesterone injections

Progesterone Injections

Progesterone, one of the reproductive hormones normally produced by the ovary after ovulation. It is needed to prepare the endometrium for implantation of an embryo and is used as part of an assisted reproductive technology (ART), ovulation induction or sometimes to induce a period in a woman who hasn’t ovulated.
Lovenox

Lovenox Injection

Lovenox™ is a medication used to help reduce the chances for blood clots (a.k.a thrombosis) from forming. At IVF1, we use Lovenox™ to prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) from occurring during or shortly after surgery. We also use Lovenox™ in women with recurrent miscarriage due to increased blood clotting.

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Infertility -What is it? How do I know if I have infertility?

Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive a pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse. This definition of infertility is useful as a starting guide but must be modified to accommodate what we have learned through the IVF infertility treatment.

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Timing of Intercourse

Timing of intercourse to get pregnant

Studies show there is no significant difference in your chance for pregnancy whether you have intercourse on the day of ovulation or 1 to 2 days before ovulation.

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Ovulation Kit

Ovulation Predictor Kits

The trigger that causes ovulation to occur is the increased release of luteinizing hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland. There are different methods that couples can use to predict ovulation.

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Effect of vaginal lubricants on sperm function and fertility

Vaginal lubricants are often used to treat vaginal dryness during intercourse. For couples trying to conceive, vaginal dryness can be an even bigger problem since they need to have scheduled and more frequent intercourse around the time of ovulation.

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Naperville Fertility Center

Naperville Fertility Center

Become A Patient of IVF1 Today! Call 630.357.6540

IVF1 is located in downtown Naperville in the Naperville Fertility Center Building on the 2nd floor. come early! Have lunch in a downtown restaurant!

Naperville Fertility Center MapLocated In Downtown Naperville

3 North Washington St., Naperville, IL 60540
Phone: 1.630.357.6540
Fax: 1.630.357.6435
Web: www.ivf1.com

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IVF1 is the best fertility center in the World!

That is what we hear our patients say. Our staff is dedicated to helping you conceive and reduce your risk for miscarriage. All programs are not the same. Experience care from board certified fertility specialists with advanced, individualized treatment plans. We have the latest most successful technologies administered by experts with a caring, human touch.
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