I have one more clinic that I have contacted that is in NY. It is OFRM. I emailed them for information and a physician emailed me back. They explained the procedures in detail and their success rates. They check the chromosomes for a healthy embryo in order to have a woman achieve a successful pregnancy. The success rate for a healthy pregnancy in a woman in her mid 30s is 70% - 75% since all the chromosomes are checked. The rate is about $16,000 but not including the medication. they have been doing elective gender selection for 6+ years and they have payment options. Is 6 years long enough?
UM, I would be comfortable with 6 years. And 70-75% is good.
Sorry to be a debbie downer here, but I had to chime in... An RE can claim whatever pregnancy rate they want to claim/you want to hear, but the only thing I believe is the official stats that they report to SART or CDC. The 75% pregnancy claim that they made peaked my interest, so I found their OFFICIAL stats online: https://www.sartcorsonline.com/rptCSR_PublicMultYear.aspx?ClinicPKID=2002
Dismal. The 2010 data for under 35 looks more or less decent, but other age groups are way lower than national average. If you check other years, they are even worse. Plus, they don't treat a lot of patients a year - under 50. I can see than 20% of their patients do PGD, but this is still not enough PGD experience for a clinic. You want a clinic that does hundreds of biopsies a year (they don't have to do PGD in-house, they might send removed cells to an off-site lab, but they MUST have an experienced lab tech who can biopsy an embryo without damaging it). OFRM do not take a lot of difficult patients (only 7% with a diminished ovarian reserve), so I wonder why their pregnancy rates are so low?
Sometimes an RE might claim that since you do not have fertility problems, their stats do not apply to you, your chances are much better. I call bs on this one, too. Think about it, many women do IFV for male infertility, which means that these women are reproductively healthy, so once ICSI is done and embryos are created, it is a level paying field - they have the same chance of getting pregnant as gender selection patients do.
Browse the SART and CDC websites, do a google search on this site for the clinics in your area (type your query into google and then add site:ingender.com), there is also a top post on this forum listing clinics that would do GS for you. Sorry, I do not have any experience with NY clinics as I cycled at HRC.