We had a. IUI here and it worked on the first try.
Some of the nurses were amazing. The front office staff had better things to do.
The nurses and clinical staff were helpful and caring.
LI IVF (Long Island IVF) has a 0 for 20 live birth rate for the three separate donor egg batches that I acquired from their egg bank despite the fact that neither my husband nor I have no medical issues that would prevent a donor egg from working. In fact, none of the eggs in the last two batches resulted in any viable embryos for transfer meaning we never even got to the point where we were able to transfer them into my body. They used what we considered to be misleading information to sway me to use their frozen egg bank which was not a good solution and their laboratory had a significant failure contributing to our lack of results. We spent our life savings and had nothing to show for it. I had been told by Dr Brenner that an embryo from a single donor egg would have a 60% likelihood of success with a 5% chance of miscarriage but my results and their lack of ability to even get to the point of transfer for those last two batches in our opinion is beyond anything a patient could anticipate based on their sales pitches or any ethical or consumer standard. I switched to another clinic and immediately - first attempt - got pregnant and am already 21 weeks along with genetically tested normal embryos in reserve for future use. I have very detailed documentation that describes my experience and outcome that I would be happy to discuss with any prospective patient. I would also love to hear from other people that had similar experiences.
My initial consultation was in Patchogue office but then I started going to Melville coz its more convenient for me, and they are open early so i dnt have to miss work. Staffs are very friendly, cant complain.
I was at Stony Brook most of the time but went to Melville for the weekend appointments. Both locations were great. Staff was caring and made sure any questions were answered or deferred appropriately and answered by the right person. Very rarely a wait to be seen.
My doctor was great he was knowledgeable and comforting made the process less stressful
The drs and staff were amazing and very helpful through out the whole process
Everyone was friendly and helpful! Helped ease my nerves during the stressful egg retrieval and embryo transfer.
The nursing staff is great. However, it does feel like a bit of a factory, with minimal individualized care.
Loved my nurses and the whole staff
AFFORDABLE, WORK WITH YOUR BUDGET. ALWAYS AVAILABLE -LOTS OF APPOINTMENT TIMES- THEY WORK WITH YOUR SCHEDULE. NURSES ARE VERY HELPFUL AT EXPLAINING RESULTS
From the moment we walked in and met with the front desk clerk we knew we were home. All the staff members are compassionate and caring, they listen to your concerns and are a shoulder to cry on. The doctors are all extremely smart and educated, after leaving another ivf practice and finding LIIVF I have a healthy one year old!
Every person (receptionist, phlebotomists, doctors, nurses) is caring, gentle, and enthusiastic. We knew we were in good hands each step of the fertility journey. They help you with finances in many ways, especially when it comes to the expenses of IVF. She was so incredible. She always took whatever time was needed to answer our questions, explain things clearly, and give us realistic views of what to expect. We totally trust her.
We did an IUI and first try it worked. They were very helpful. He was very informative and fast acting.
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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