The Only Clinic In The PNW To Offer INVOCELL
Cost up to 40% less than traditional IVF
What is INVOCELL?
INVOCELL is an intervaginal culture device (IVC), and a first-of-its-kind fertility treatment. The IVC device holds the eggs and sperm in the body for fertilization and incubation, allowing for personal involvement in the process. An INVOCELL cycle involves an egg retrieval, intervaginal fertilization, and incubation within the INVOCELL device, and then an embryo transfer to the uterus in hopes of achieving a successful pregnancy.
How Does INVOCELL Work?
During an INVOCELL treatment cycle, eggs and sperm are combined in the INVOCELL (IVC) culture device. The device is then placed in the vagina, allowing for fertilization and incubation to occur.
After this incubation period, the device is removed from the body and the quality and quantity of your embryos that have developed are examined. Embryos (up to 2) will then be transferred to the uterus for the highest possible chance of success. A typical cycle can be completed in about three weeks, from the stimulation start to a successful transfer of the embryos to the uterus.
A typical INVOCELL cycle requires:
- Medication to stimulate the growth of multiple eggs
- Retrieval of eggs from the ovary or ovaries
- Eggs and sperm are combined in the INVOCELL device and the device is then placed in the vagina for fertilization and incubation.
- After incubation, the device is removed and the embryos that have developed will be examined and then one or more (up to 2) embryos are transferred into the uterus.
How It Works
Our Success Rates
ORM Fertility’s success rates for IUI are 11% which can be compared to the national average of 8-10% for IUI.
The national live birth rate for IVC with Invocell is 33%, as reported by SART.
ORM’s success rates for traditional IVF is 64% for a 35-year-old woman. The national average for a 35-year-old-woman using traditional IVF is 48%, as reported by SART.