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115 E. 15th St, Tulsa,OK 74119


Total Number of IVF Cycles

Clinic Success RatesReport
During The Year2019
Medical DirectorStanley G. Prough, MD
Total Number IVF Cycles373
Total IVF Cycles at Age<35194
Total IVF Cycles at Age 35-3790
Total IVF Cycles at Age 38-4057
Total IVF Cycles at Age>4032

Nondonor Eggs IVF Success Rates

Nondonor Eggs Success RatesAge <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age >40
Number of transfers10624106
Ave number transfers0.
Live Birth Rates54.7%58.3%* / 100 / 6

Donor IVF Success Rates

Donor Success RatesDonor, Fresh emb, Fresh eggDonor, Fresh emb, Frozen eggDonor, Frozen embryoDonated embryo
Number of transfers50196
Live Birth Rates* / 513 / 19* / 6

Rates of IVF Cycle Characteristics

Rates of characteristicsAge <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age >40
IVF using gestational carrier0.0%0.0%0.0%0 / 16
IVF using frozen embryos95.3%97.6%95.5%13 / 16
IVF with ICSI96.5%92.7%100.0%13 / 16
IVF with PGT31.4%39.0%72.7%6 / 16

Why choose Tulsa Fertility Center

The fertility doctors at Tulsa Fertility Center believe that most issues with getting pregnant are solvable. The center has been operating since 1988 offering fertility treatment options with new protocols, advanced techniques and donor services.The fertility doctors at TFC provide outstanding patient care in a comfortable and caring environment. The experienced endocrinologists at TFC have devoted more than two decades to helping build families in Tulsa and its vicinities.

Meet the TFC Team

Stanley ProughDr. Prough specializes in Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology. His medical expertise includes IVF, ART, PCOS and endometriosis. Dr. Prough also has extensive experience in microsurgery, pelviscopic surgery and the use of laser technology.His credentials include a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. He is a diplomate of the National Board of OB/GYN and a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine. He also holds membership with the Society of Reproductive Surgeons and the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technologies.Shauna McKinneyDr. McKinney is a trained fertility specialist. She holds a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility and is board eligible in OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.Her areas of interest include general infertility, PCOS, recurrent pregnancy loss and premature ovarian failure. She also specializes in assisted reproduction, adolescent gynecology and the surgical treatment of fibroids.Kevin ThibodeauxDr. Thibodeaux specializes in techniques associated with the treatment of infertility. He is a board certified High Complex Lab Director in Embryology. He works with a major focus on developmental requirements for early embryo growths. Under his supervisor, the TFC lab team cares for embryos, sperm and eggs. They also perform microsurgical fertilization along with fertility testing and IVF treatment.

Services and Procedures

TFC offers a number of basic and advanced fertility treatments for patients. Since every case is different, not all patients will need invasive procedures to address their infertility issues. Instead, many if not most will benefit from simpler treatment options.Basic Fertility TreatmentsWomen experiencing irregular ovulation may only need basic intervention to become pregnant. Plus, most women respond well to fertility medication to induce ovulation.To improve odds of a successful pregnancy, the specialists at TFC may pair ovulation medications with IUI. Some of the more basic options available at TFC include:Fertility Medications and Hormone TherapyMedication may be administered as oral or injectable. The aim is to provide hormonal therapy that will stimulate follicle development and promote ovulation. Together these actions can increase the chances of successful conception.Ovulation InductionBasic fertility treatment begins with ovulation induction, or releasing an egg. Women who do not have regular menstrual cycles or those who skip menstruation can benefit from this treatment.IUIIUI is a minimally invasive fertility treatment procedure. It involves placing sperm directly into the uterus bypassing the vagina and cervix. It is often recommended for less complex cases of infertility treatment.Basic Fertility SurgerySurgery to correct uterine abnormalities is known as laparoscopy or hysteroscopy. These procedures are minimally invasive in nature and can treat issues like endometriosis, adhesions, ovarian cysts and fibroids among others.Advanced Fertility TreatmentOnly a fraction of patients need advanced fertility treatments. The IVF Lab at the centre can take fertility care to the next level. Advanced fertility treatment option offered by TFC include:IVFDuring IVF, sperm and eggs are collected from the couple and placed in a lab dish. Fertilization takes place in the dish and fertilized eggs are placed into the woman's uterus. There are many different kinds of IVF procedures, most of which are more successful for women under 40.GIFTThis is an ART procedure used on women with cervical issues or mild endometriosis. It may also be used where males have infertility issues. The procedure involves placing eggs and sperm into the fallopian tube for fertilization to occur. Once fertilized, the embryo remains in the tube and then moves up into the uterus.ZIFTThis is another ART procedure where fertilized eggs are transferred into the fallopian tube to start a pregnancy.ICSIICSI involves injecting a sperm directly into an egg for fertilization. This procedure is often used where sperm is of poor quality or has issues with motility.Donor Egg and SpermTFC offers leading edge donor services through its IVF lab. The fertility staff clinic at the center specializes in donor services and can guide patients through each step of the process. This treatment option is suitable for women in the following scenarios:

  • Women over 35
  • Women with premature ovarian failure
  • Women with low ovarian reserve
  • Women with previously failed IVF cycles
  • Women with genetic conditions
  • Women who are cancer patients

Likewise, donor sperm can benefit male patients with the following conditions:

  • Men with an absence of sperm
  • Men with certain genetic conditions
  • Men who are cancer patients

Fertility PreservationPatients wishing to preserve third fertility and freeze their eggs while young can contact the IVF lab for assistance. Fertility preservation can also help patients about to start cancer treatment. The lab at TFC offers cryopreservation of sperm, eggs and embryos to protect future fertility after cancer treatment.Preconception Genetic TestingCouples who are known carriers for genetic diseases can benefit from PGD and PGS. The lab at TFC can administer such genetic screening and enable embryologists to search for single gene disorders. Successful screening allows them to select unaffected embryos for transfer during IVF.

Financial Options

TFC offers viable financial solutions to patients to meet the cost of treatment.Prosper Health Care LendingLoans from Prosper Healthcare Lending can help cover various treatment processes including medication. The company provides instant decision on loans with loans ranging from $1,000 - $100,000. There is a low fixed rate with fertility financing terms up to 60 months.Other benefits include;

  • Simple application process
  • 24 hour availability 7 days a week
  • Patents can review the rate, terms and payment before accepting loan offer
  • No prepayment penalties
  • Accesses multiple financing lenders
  • Fertility insurance

TFC accepts most major insurers. If there are any question regarding insurance, their financial counselors will answer questions and guide patients through the process. Contact their office to get more details.

Tulsa Fertility Center Services and Profile

Services and profileYes/No
Whether clinic has donor egg programYes
Whether clinic has embryo cryopreservation programYes
Whether clinic has donated embryo programYes
Whether clinic has egg cryopreservation programYes
Clinic services for using gestational carriersYes
Whether clinic is SART memberYes
Embryo laboratory accreditation statusYes

* IVF success reports are based on the latest CDC data published in April 2021 (Preliminary 2019 Data).
* Learn about success rate and definition. Read: What Is IVF Success Rate?