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Houston Fertility Institute Participates in Clinical Trials

As a leading Houston fertility clinic, Houston Fertility Institute regularly participates in multi-center IVF clinical trials. The clinical trials help our clinic offer your family the most advanced IVF treatment available. Read successful IVF stories and start your family’s success story by finding a Houston Fertility Institute location near you today.

We are always trying to participate in new research studies! Check our Blogs often and Like us on Facebook to receive the most up to date information regarding current studies!

Happening Now at the Houston Fertility Institute:

Megaset – HR IVF Research Study

MEnopur in GnRH Antagonist Cycles with Single Embryo Transfer for High Responders

Houston Fertility Institute is currently participating in a multi-center clinical trial designed to compare Menopur to Gonal-F, two medications used for controlled ovarian stimulation (COS), in in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles.

Are you or someone you know trying to conceive and:

  • Between the ages of 21 and 35
  • Having regular menstrual cycles
  • Wish to pursue in vitro fertilization (IVF) to conceive
  • Have an AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) ≥ 5 (ng/mL)

Houston Fertility Institute
Research Department
2500 Fondren, Suite 350, Houston, TX 77063
research@hfi-ivf.com
713-490-2527

LutrePulse Clinical Study

Houston Fertility Institute is participating in the LutrePulse Clinical Research Study for women between the ages of 18-40 years old who have been diagnosed with primary amenorrhea with hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, and have a desire to become pregnant.  To learn more about the study and determine whether you may be eligible to participate in the study, please contact the Study Coordinator, Karen Petermann at 281-554-5111 or via email at kpetermann@hfi-ivf.com.

Houston Fertility Institute
Research Department
2500 Fondren, Suite 350, Houston, TX 77063
research@hfi-ivf.com
713-490-2527

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