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Oregon Reproductive Medicine is in the final stage of selecting a couple for its Fertility Journey – a donor egg IVF cycle with an ORM donor. While this is ongoing we share some of the elements that contribute to achieving consistently high success rates in IVF cycles.

Founded in 1989 with the goal of building the best fertility programme possible, ORM is recognised globally for its consistently high live birth success rates, individualised care, and innovative leadership. This goal and the drive to help patients be successful with their first cycle permeates every facet of the IVF process and customised patient care at ORM. It led ORM, in 1999, to utilise the expertise of Intel clean room facility engineers, to develop its pioneering embryology laboratory clean room, one of the first in the world. More recently, it has been behind ORM’s commitment to making industry-leading genetic screening and testing available to its patients.


By its nature, IVF is an immensely complex procedure. Every patient and cycle is inherently unique. For patients to better understand the factors that contribute to a successful IVF cycle it’s helpful to divide the IVF cycle into four stages, each of which providers need to optimise to give the patient the best chance of success on the first attempt. These are: optimising the quality of the eggs; the embryology lab; selecting normal embryos; and optimising the transfer. Each of these stages of course has multiple critical components and no one single step or stage in an IVF cycle is the silver bullet for success. Success is driven by the cumulative impact of getting each component and stage in the IVF process right for each patient so that the potential for success is optimised.

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The latest issue of Fertility Road dealing with Secondary Infertility, Mind and Body with fertility experts Emma Cannon, Russell Davis, Kym Campbell, Helen Daves.