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4333 Main St, Downers Grove,IL 60515


Total number of IVF cycles

Medical Director All IVF Cycles Age<35 Cycles Age 35-37 Cycles Age 38-40 Cycles Age 41-42 Cycles Age≥43 Cycles
Amos E. Madanes, MD 148 52 30 30 6 30

Nondonor Eggs Number of transfers

Age under 35 Age 35-37 Age 38-40 Age 41-42 Age ≥43
47 22 22 13 6

Average number of transfers per intended retrieval

Age <35 Age 35-37 Age 38-40 Age 41-42 Age ≥43
1.4 1.1 1.0 1.1 0.6

Nondonor Eggs Live Birth Rates (Transfers≥20)

Age under 35 Age 35-37 Age 38-40 Age 41-42 Age ≥43
29.8 54.5 18.2

Donor IVF Number of Transfers

Donor, Fresh emb, Fresh egg Donor, Fresh emb, Frozen egg Donor, Frozen embryo Donated embryo
17 5 6 0

Donor IVF Live Birth Rates (Transfers≥20)

Donor, Fresh emb, Fresh egg Donor, Fresh emb, Frozen egg Donor, Frozen embryo Donated embryo

Rate of IVF using gestational carrier

Age <35 Age 35-37 Age 38-40 Age 41-42 Age ≥43 All ages
2.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0

Rate of IVF using frozen embryos

Age <35 Age 35-37 Age 38-40 Age 41-42 Age ≥43 All ages
31.9 48.1 46.2 22.2 37.1

Rate of IVF with ICSI

Age <35 Age 35-37 Age 38-40 Age 41-42 Age ≥43 All ages
51 74.1 61.5 48 57.6

Rate of IVF with PGT

Age <35 Age 35-37 Age 38-40 Age 41-42 Age ≥43 All ages
0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Midwest Fertility Center is recognized as one of the nation£ªs leading fertility clinics. The center started working in 1984 to cater to the needs of individuals and couples experiencing infertility. Today, our practice is one of the major providers in reproductive health care.At Midwest Fertility Center, we use the latest technology to treat our patients from all across the US. Our center offers a number of treatment options as well as other surgical procedures related to infertility issues.

What We Offer At the Midwest Fertility Center

If you are having difficulty getting pregnant, it could be due to a number of reasons. Our team of physicians and specialists can help you determine the cause of infertility in an easy and safe environment. Here is what you can expect to get when you register with us at Midwest Fertility Center:Initial ConsultationAt the time of your first visit, you and your partner will have a meeting with your physician. At this meeting your doctor will look at your medical history and go over any previous efforts at trying to conceive. From here, your doctor will devise a diagnostic plan for you and your partner.Comprehensive EvaluationThe next step for all our patients involves an evaluation process. This bit will involve different tests and laboratory procedures, based on your individual circumstances. An in-depth evaluation provides your doctor with the information required to select the most suitable treatment option.Individual Treatment PlanAfter the evaluation process is completed, your doctor will inform you of the results and give you your treatment options. With the help of your doctor, you will choose from our range of effective fertility treatments and get started.At our center we take pride in offering superior care to all our patients. With us you can expect to get a program specifically tailored to your needs. The program will be carried out by our team of specialists with years of professional experience.

Doctors and Team

Dr. Amos E. MadanesA board certified reproductive endocrinologist, Dr. Madanes has been helping infertile couples conceive since 1979. He has been the centre£ªs Director since its inception in 1984, delivering advanced fertility options to all his clientele.Over the span of his career, Dr. Madanes has worked on developing many profound assisted reproduction procedures and is a well-known leader in reproductive endocrinology.Dr. Jeannette Israel Dr. Israel is a doctor in medicine and a Fellowship in Genetics and Human Development. She is one of the leading genetics experts in the country and holds the position of Genetic Counselor at the Midwest Fertility Center. She handles all prenatal genetic testing for patients aged 35 and over.Dr. Hisham F. GreissDr. Griess is the Director of Reproductive Laboratories at Midwest Fertility Center. He is a certified Embryology Laboratory Director from the American Board of Bioanalysis.Dr. Greiss also has a PhD in Genetic Selection.

Services and Procedures

The field of assisted reproduction has become vary vast with so many treatment options to choose from. These treatments require a lot of effort and commitment from the patients as well as the medical team. To get an idea of what options you can choose from, take a look at our offered services and procedures:

  • IVF - in vitro fertilization
  • GIFT - gamete intra fallopian transfer
  • ICSI - intra cytoplasmic sperm injection
  • Assisted hatching
  • Blastocyst transfer

All assisted reproduction treatments offered at Midwest Fertility Clinic have four phases divided into:

  • Preparatory cycle
  • Stimulation
  • Retrieval
  • Embryo transfer and post transfer

Tubal ReversalTubal litigation reversal is a surgical procedure offered at Midwest Fertility Center to retrieve a woman's ability to become pregnant. The procedure involves surgically repairing the woman's fallopian tubes to allow a pregnancy to occur.

Our Locations

We have a team of highly trained medical personnel along with experts in psychological counseling. We have multiple locations across Chicago and Northwest Indiana to serve IVF and other infertility services.Illinois LocationsDowners Grove, ILChicago at Illinois Masonic HospitalIndiana LocationsMunster, INValparaiso, IN

Financial Options

Once your diagnostic evaluation has been completed, you will meet with your physician to review results and discuss options. At this time, a patient advocate will also be present to discuss the financial details of your treatment plan. Our patient advocate can answer all questions, discuss costs and explain financial choices associated with your treatment.Payment OptionsIf a patient does not have insurance we can help by offering the following programs:IVF Fee Reimbursement ProgramThis program offers a way for Midwest Fertility Center patients to meet treatment costs. The program allows the reimbursement of certain IVF fees in order to let patients continue and pursue further treatment.Pre-Paid PackagesThese packages offered by Midwest Fertility Center offer pre-paid solutions. Packages are applicable for clomid, IVF injectable cycles and other procedures that are not covered by insurance.The Lending ClubThis is a health care agency that specializes in financing payments for fertility treatment and procedures not covered by insurance. With this program low, fixed interest payment plans are available.Credit CardsPayment is also accepted by most credit cards like Visa, American Express, Mastercard and Discover.Special ProgramsFrom time to time, Midwest Fertility Center offers special financial programs to be taken advantage of. Currently, there are two such programs including:Basic IVF Cash PackageThis is a limited time special program offered by Midwest Fertility Centre for new patients. The special is good for 1 IVF cycle and is only valid thru June 30th 2017. It is being offered at an incredible price of $6,500.Package does not include facility fee, medications or micromanipulations.Slide to Success ProgramThis is a highly affordable program to help people achieve their dream of building a family. The program offers multicycle IVF treatment that reduces the financial burden in case your first attempt is not successful. Under this program, treatment charges are as follows:

IVF Cycle One $7,000
IVF Cycle Two $5,000
All Additional Cycles $ 3,000 per cycle

Package does not include facility fee, medications or micromanipulations.

Midwest Fertility Center Services and Profile

Services and profile Yes/No
Whether clinic has donor egg program Yes
Whether clinic has embryo cryopreservation program No
Whether clinic has donated embryo program Yes
Whether clinic has egg cryopreservation program Yes
Clinic services for single women Yes
Clinic services for using gestational carriers Yes
Whether clinic is SART member Yes
Embryo laboratory accreditation status Yes

* IVF success reports are based on the latest CDC data published in May 2020 (Final 2018 Data).
* Learn about success rate and definition. Read: What Is IVF Success Rate?