What If I've Already Tried Unsuccessfully?
CCRM's team of
fertility specialists is one of the most respected groups in the
nation. We are recognized for our success rates and scientific
achievements in the field of reproductive endocrinology.
We have helped thousands of couples achieve their dream of parenthood.
Nearly half of our patients travel to Colorado from other states and
countries for treatment. Many of our patients have undergone
unsuccessful IVF cycles elsewhere.
Our physicians will review your medical records and may request
additional testing before making final recommendations for your care.
CCRM routinely incorporates innovative procedures in its treatment plans for the more "complicated" patient including:
Specialized medication schedules
for ovarian stimulation of women over 39, those with mild elevations in
FSH, and patients who have previously stimulated poorly with fertility
drugs. Our program has published its successes using microdoses of
Lupron, Growth Hormone, and Metrodin in the medical journal Fertility and Sterility.
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
for patients with male factor infertility or those who previously had
low fertilization rates or fertilization failure. Our program has
published its high success with this technique in Fertility and Sterility.
- Assisted hatching of embryos to increase the chance of implantation in the uterine cavity. Our success with this technique is documented in our article in Fertility and Sterility and the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics.
- Donor egg IVF, Donors may be a family member or friend of the woman desiring a pregnancy or an anonymous young woman.
- Host uterus or gestational carrier IVF,
when the woman desiring children has a uterine abnormality which
prevents her from successfully achieving a pregnancy through placement
of the embryos inside her own uterus.