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Augusta University Reproductive Medicine and Infertility Associates

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Last Update: 02/09/2021

Description

The Augusta University Reproductive Medicine and Infertility Associates (RMIA) is a specialized IVF unit that belongs to the academic health center Augusta University Health.

The Director of this unit is Larisa Gavrilova-Jordan, MD, who works with other infertility specialists in order to help their patients get pregnant. Furthermore, the unit has its own laboratory in order to carry out the fertility treatments in the clinic. However, all this information has not been verified by the inviTRA specialists

For more information about how to get to the clinic, visit this link.

Fertility treatments

The fertility treatments performed at the Reproductive Biology Associates are listed in the table below.

Embryo Adoption
Embryo cryopreservation
Fertility preservation
In Vitro Fertilization / ICSI
IUI with Donor Sperm
IUI with Partner's Sperm
IVF with Donor Eggs
Sperm freezing

This clinic also offers surrogacy since the state's legislation allows those treatments.

If you're still unsure which fertility treatment is right for you and would like to know more about it, we suggest you read on here: Fertility Treatment Overview.

The treatment costs may vary significantly depending on the tests or techniques included or not, such as the seminogram, medication, fertility testing, medical visits, prolonged culture or embryo vitrification.

This Tool helps you to find out the exact costs of the different fertility clinics (what's included and what's not) and provides you with lots of useful tips for your first appointment.

Diagnostic tests

Before determining the appropriate assisted reproduction treatment, the following diagnostic studies can be performed at RMIA according to the information on its website:

However, all of this information could not be verified by the inviTRA specialists.

Success rates

This data has been collected by the American CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) in the year 2016. Directly comparing pregnancy rates between different clinics can lead to mistakes.

IVF/ICSI

Realized cycles

Number of total cycles performed by the clinic in a year.

The CDC stipulates both the total number of cycles realized per clinic in general and number of cycles performed by the patient's age group: under 35 years, between 35-37 years, between 38-40 years, between 41-42 years and above 43 years.

This is the total number of performed cycles by RMIA in a year.

More information
IVF cycles with fresh eggs: 75 per year
IVF cycles with frozen eggs: 34 per year

Pregnancy probability per transfer

Probability that an embryo transfer will lead to a pregnancy, regardless of the number of embryos transferred.

Cycles with fresh eggs

Age of recipient: under 35 years old
72.2%
Age of recipient: between 35 and 37 years old
66.7%*
* Percentage extracted from 12 cases only
Age of recipient: between 38 and 40 years old
28.6%*
* Percentage extracted from 7 cases only
Age of recipient: between 41 and 42 years old
75%*
* Percentage extracted from 4 cases only
Age of recipient: over 43 years old
0%*
* Percentage extracted from 2 cases only

Cycles with frozen eggs

Age of recipient: under 35 years old
76.2%
Age of recipient: between 35 and 37 years old
40%*
* Percentage extracted from 5 cases only
Age of recipient: between 38 and 40 years old
50%*
* Percentage extracted from 4 cases only
Age of recipient: between 41 and 42 years old
0%*
* Percentage extracted from 3 cases only
Age of recipient: over 43 years old
0%*
* Percentage extracted from 1 cases only

IVF with egg donation

Realized cycles

Number of total cycles performed by the clinic in a year.

In regards to egg donation cycles, these are the ranges of annual cycles carried out by RMIA .

More information
Total cycles with fresh embryos: 1 per year
Total cycles with frozen embryos: 0 per year

Pregnancy probability per transfer

Probability that an embryo transfer will lead to a pregnancy, regardless of the number of embryos transferred.

Fresh embryo transfer
100%
Frozen embryo transfer
No information

Reviews

The reviews about the Augusta University Reproductive Medicine and Infertility Associates are very positive. Below, we show the most recent comment on Google Business Reviews as well as comments made on FertilityIQ.

Kristina, for example, describes the staff as caring and attentive. Thanks to this clinic, she was able to become a mother.

On FertilityIQ, the patients coincide with the statement above about the staff. Especially the nurses are described as attentive and caring and are always willing to respond to every question. People emphasize the treatment as personal and many of the patients were able to conceive.

If you would like to tell us about your experience with RMIA, whether it was positive or negative, we encourage you to do so in our comments section.

Medical team

Larisa Gavrilova-Jordan, MD
Larisa Gavrilova-Jordan, MD
Director of IVF Services
Reproductive Endocrinologist
Lawrence Layman, MD
Lawrence Layman, MD
Reproductive Endocrinologist
Michael Peter Diamond, MD
Michael Peter Diamond, MD
Reproductive Endocrinologist
Soumia Brakta, MD
Soumia Brakta, MD
Reproductive Endocrinologist

Location: how to get to the clinic?

The address of RMIA is 810 Chafee Ave, Augusta, GA 30904, United States.

The nearest airport is the Augusta Regional Airport and only a 20-minute drive to the clinic taking the Doug Barnards Pkwy.

Last Update: 02/09/2021
1 comment / opinion
    1. Great clinic! I was there when I had trouble conceiving and I got pregnant on my first cycle… Now, I’m considering a second baby…