Mayo clinic is a great facility. Staff is knowledgeable.
Difficult to communicate with nursing staff and one physician. I didn't feel like I was a person struggling but rather just another day until I met Drs Coddington and Kahn.
The whole care team is amazing. First they treated some reproductive system issues, and then, they helped us get pregnant... something I never thought was possible.
The doctors work as a team- it was nice to meet and work with several different doctors. When we encountered several challenges, they were very willing to individualize our treatment plan to help us conceive!
Making the decision to get my treatment at the Mayo Clinic was not an easy one. It is an hour and a half drive from my house, and would be a big time commitment with all of the quick but necessary appointments fertility treatment requires. I was able to do "satellite" lab appointments on days that I couldn't make the drive the the Mayo. The nursing staff was so helpful! They called the clinic near my house to verify that my lab tests could be done there and to get very clear instructions for me. When the nurse (from the Mayo) called, she was able to tell me what time I needed to be there, what to bring, where to check in, and the exact hallway directions to find the lab from the check-in desk.
Great doctors & nurses. Very caring & they communicate as a team. I always felt like they cared about me & could ask them questions when I had them.
The data shown in this section comes from both SART.org and the CDC. Together these organizations maintain the most up-to-date data on fertility clinic success rates in the US. Your physician should be able to help you interpret these reports. When you see a "?" in a chart, it simply indicates that a clinic has completed less than 20 cycles in that category and age range, which would make showing success rates misleading, according to the CDC
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