|RMANJ Average||National Average (SART)|
|Under Age 35
N=1,140 / N=43,639
N=688 / N=23,183
N=617 / N=22,290
N=325 / N=11,603
Please visit the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) website to see our clinic summary report.
With a 64% cumulative outcome per egg retrieval cycle for women under 35, Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s in vitro fertilization (IVF) success rates are above the national average.* While our success rates have been consistently above the national average for over a decade, we still understand that the treatment of infertility is more than just a published number and more than just IVF.
If you’re under 35 years old and unable to get pregnant or stay pregnant after twelve months of trying, it might be time to talk to your OBGYN or a specialist about your fertility concerns. If you’re over 35 and been trying for six months without success, we’re happy to talk to you today.
*A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entrance criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.
Delivering Global Fertility Care
Infertility knows no boundaries. Whether you’re from Manhattan, Orlando, San Francisco, or even Madrid, the dream of having a family sometimes needs a little help to be a reality.
We proudly announce the merger of IVI and RMANJ, two global experts leading the way in reproductive medicine research and care, to create IVI-RMA Global, providing assisted reproduction and related services effective April 1, 2017
Global Leaders. Local Experts.
We’re glad you found Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ). Perhaps you’re exploring fertility treatment for the first time and you find yourself becoming overwhelmed by the different terms like: IVF, IUI, OI, PGS, AMH, egg donation or egg freezing.
Maybe you haven’t experienced the success you’ve been looking for elsewhere and want something different when it comes to your fertility care. Whatever road you’re on and whatever path feels right to you, we’re glad that you found us. We can help. Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey is the right place to start your care and can help you find the success you’re looking for in the shortest amount of time.
TREATMENT FOR WOMEN.
While age remains our biggest barrier to success, causes of female infertility can be directly related to a variety of complications. Ovulation disorders, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or premature ovarian failure (POF) can be contributing factors. Fibroids or damaged fallopian tubes can also be other physical issues that can affect the reproductive system. Get your answers sooner than later about your fertility options. Make an appointment.
TREATMENT FOR MEN.
Male infertility issues can range from low sperm count or sperm abnormalities to hormonal imbalances or problems related to the reproductive anatomy. Health and lifestyle factors such as stress, weight, and alcohol consumption can also play a role too. Get your answers sooner than later about your fertility. Make an appointment.
Leading The Way
Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) is redefining IVF and is committed to making it a more effective, safe, and successful experience. Our comprehensive patient-centered care and fertility breakthroughs result in highly recognized IVF delivery rates in the US and the world.
Advancements like extended embryo culture, trophectoderm biopsy, SelectCCS and single embryo transfer are just some of the ways that we’re helping to redefine the IVF experience and expectations of success.
Infertility is hard. Painful. Shameful. Envy-inducing. Heartbreaking. Isolating. Sad. Those are just some of the feelings infertility brought up for a group of men and woman attending ‘The Dr. Is In,’ an online support session with Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) Dr. Maria Costantini recently. Dr. Costantini, who is both a board-certified reproductive […]
Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) second year fellow Dr. Ashley Tiegs received the Traveling Scholar Award from the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology, typically awarded to training urologists, at this year’s annual American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) meeting for research that found declining total motile sperm count in men presenting for […]