IVF with Blastocyst Transfer

IVF with Blastocyst Transfer A recent breakthrough in IVF technology is known as blastocyst transfer. In standard IVF, embryos are transferred to the womb when they reach the two- to eight-cell stage. In the newer procedure, the embryos are allowed … Continue reading →

IVF with Donor Eggs

IVF With Donor Eggs Women who are over 40, have poor egg quality, or have not had success with previous IVF cycles may consider IVF with donor eggs. This involves combining the husband's sperm with another woman's eggs. If the … Continue reading →

IVF Success Twins for a wonderful Family

The Wanners, of Australia, count their blessings every day.  Australia has a IVF program which helps with most of the costs. I sure wish there was a program available for myself and the many other women here in the US.  When I … Continue reading →

Twins Aborted by IVF Couple because they were boys

This story breaks my heart. Like so many of us I personally struggled to be a Mom and appreciate everyday the gift I have been given. I appreciate my two sons everyday. It is heartbreaking that a couple who conceived twin baby boys … Continue reading →

IVF One Mans Journey

It was only when he tried to be ordinary again that Simon Guerrier realised what an extraordinary experience he’d just been through. He and his partner spent five years trying for a baby, eventually completing two courses of IVF, but … Continue reading →

One of the worlds oldest Moms via IVF

Adriana Iliescu of Romania is one of the world's oldest mothers, her daughter Eliza was born in 2005 she was age 66. It is a story that has caused a lot of controversy but it does not faze Iliescu who had daughter … Continue reading →

Pregnancy after IVF

IVF stands for In-Vitro Fertilization. Medicinenet.com defines IVF as a laboratory procedure in which sperm are placed with an unfertilized egg in a Petri dish to achieve fertilization. The embryo is then transferred into the uterus to begin pregnancy. After … Continue reading →

IVF Pregnancy

IVF Pregnancy

Years before IVF, my grandmother had a friend who could not conceive a child. Conversations about Gina always began with, ”Poor Gina, how hard she tried to become pregnant.” She would never know the joy of giving birth – and back in … Continue reading →