"Predicting the chances of IVF success for each patient may also support physicians in refining clinical protocols to improve care."
Jamie Grifo, M.D., Professor and Program Director, NYU Fertility Center, NYU Medical Center
New York, NY
ACCURATE ODDS TO SUPPORT YOUR FERTILITY DECISION
"At the end of the day, only you can decide what odds you're comfortable with. What Univfy will give you is more accurate odds to make that decision on."
infertility.about.com at about.com
BETTER INFORMATION, SMARTER DECISIONS
"I'm a person who needs a lot of information before making a decision, especially something like IVF, which is a huge decision."
San Jose, CA
On your tour, we will ask you some questions about your current
fertility situation. At the end of the tour, we will email you a
personalized Univfy Fertility Guide tailored to your current fertility goals.
This tour is designed for women. If you are a man, you are welcome to take it and share the Univfy Fertility Guide with your female partner. *Patent pending.
It's simple, let's start with your first name...
"Most reproductive [centers] now offer special financing packages, [such as] discounts for multiple I.V.F. cycles paid upfront, or options to have part of the fee refunded if you don’t become pregnant...Univfy, a company that [provides] I.V.F. prediction tests, has recently introduced a free online "I.V.F. cost calculator" that uses your probability of becoming pregnant to help you compare the cost of different financing options."
"Univfy’s prediction models actually show more than 60 percent of the women who use them have a higher probability of IVF success than their age-based estimates alone suggest.....I’m Ms. Prepared, so I like the idea of being realistic about what your chances of getting pregnant might be, because IVF always seems to be the great unknown."
"More than seven million people struggle with infertility in this country. Treatments are now widely available, but they can cost tens of thousands of dollars. Now a company based in Los Altos is offering women a personalized predictor of their chances of success with IVF."
"Many women in their late 30s and beyond turn to IVF, usually with little sense of whether the physically demanding and expensive treatments are likely to work. Services like Univfy are trying to help women understand their own fertility better....[Univfy] draws on detailed data from a five-year study of IVF patients and other predictive models to provide personalized information about an individual’s likelihood of conception."