Reproductive Medicine Associates of Texas (RMA-TX) belongs to the well-known RMA Network of IVF Centers throughout the United States. The network is internationally recognized for achieving high IVF success rates for fertility treatment. RMA attributes its success to a variety of factors including the experience and dedication of our physician and laboratory teams, individualized IVF protocols, laboratory conditions and techniques, and breakthrough technologies. The RMA Network has performed over 15,000 cycles of In Vitro Fertilization, a record that makes us one of the world’s largest and more experienced centers for infertility treatments.

2012 – SART DATA


Percentage of fresh transfers resulting in live birth in 2012



Percentage of frozen transfers resulting in live birth in 2012



  • RMA of Texas has higher pregnancy rates and implantation rates as compared to the most current national averages with fewer transferred embryos in patients up to 40 years of age.
  • Oocyte donor statistics best demonstrate the quality of an IVF program and lab as it removes confounding variables such as individual ovarian reserve.
  • RMA of Texas pregnancy rates with donor oocyte IVF exceeded national averages by over 15% in 2011.
  • RMA of Texas recognizes the importance of a healthy and safe pregnancy for both mother and baby. That is the reason we advocate for single embryo blastocyst transfers to reduce the risk of multiples in good prognosis patients under age 35.
  • Unlike other area programs, RMA of Texas does not have strict follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) cut-off values to participate in RMA’s IVF program because we recognize the importance of giving women a chance to conceive using their own eggs. Contact our clinic today for more information

We’re pleased to share our most current success rates as reported to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (SART).
A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches and entrance criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic. We encourage you to learn more at www.sart.org