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Wake Forest University Center for Reproductive Medicine:
North Carolina and West Virginia

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Wake Forest University Medical CenterWake Forest University Medical Center is fortunate to have many noted leaders in the field of fertility treatment and research on staff whose experience and expertise provide patients with world-class reproductive care.

All of the physicians, nurses, and embryologists have the common goal of helping couples become pregnant in a supportive and caring environment. They seek to minimize the stress associated with fertility treatment and provide therapy in the most cost effective manner possible.

State-of-the-art facilities include the reproductive laboratory which is the only one in the region that is capable of offering pre-implantation genetic diagnosis for hereditary disease screening. Schedule a consultation

Winston-Salem
CompRehab Plaza
131 Miller Street, 2nd Floor
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27157

Greensboro
526 N. Elam Avenue
Suite 103
Greensboro, North Carolina 27403

Beckley, West Virginia
410 Carriage Drive
Beckley, West Virginia 25801


Our Success rates
View a chart with our success rates here

Wake Forest University Center for Reproductive Medicine 2009

Winston-Salem, NC

Fresh Embryos From
Non-Donor Oocytes
Patients under 35
years of age
Patients between
35 and 37 years of age
Patients between
38 and 40 years of age
Patients between
41 and 42 years of age
Number of cycles 54 27 38 13
Percentage of cycles resulting
in pregnancies
74.1 74.1 52.6 6 / 13
Percentage of cycles resulting
in live births
63 51.9 42.1 4 / 13
Percentage of live births with
triplets or more
0 1 / 14 0 / 16 0 / 4
Thawed Embryos From
Non-Donor Oocytes
Patients under 35
years of age
Patients between
35 and 37 years of age
Patients between
38 and 40 years of age
Patients between
41 and 42 years of age
Number of transfers 11 6 2 0
Percentage of transfers
resulting in live births
4 / 11 3 / 6 1 / 2  
Donor Oocytes (all ages) Fresh Embryos Thawed Embryos
Number of transfers 11 2
Percentage of transfers
resulting in live births
8 / 11 0 / 2
 
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