IVF chances boosted by 10 percent using new procedure

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05 March 2012 By Linda Wijlaars Appeared in BioNews 647 Protecting embryos from a laboratory environment during IVF treatment could increase successful pregnancy rates from 35 percent to 45 percent. A novel system, trialled in a recent study, consists of … Continue reading →

New test can better predict successful IVF embryos

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Scientists at University College Dublin have discovered a new way of measuring the potential success rate of an embryo before it is transferred back into the womb during in vitro fertilisation (IVF). … Continue reading →

Reproductive Technology Tips for Faith-Based Couples

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The technologies available to people who want to have a baby but struggle to conceive naturally are many and growing, such as medications, intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilization (IVF), donated eggs and sperm, surrogacy and genetic screening of embryos. … Continue reading →

Natural IVF video from Create Health

Natural IVF

LONDON, 14 February 2012: It’s been over 33 years since Louise Brown was conceived using ‘natural IVF’. In the decades since Natural IVF began, high dose ovarian stimulating drugs are used in most IVF cycles. However, powerful drugs delivered in … Continue reading →

Cut IVF multiple births to 10 percent, says HFEA

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13 February 2012 By Nishat Hyder Appeared in BioNews 644 The rate of multiple births resulting from IVF treatment is to be no more than ten percent, announced the Human Fertility and Embryology Authority (HFEA), in the final stage of … Continue reading →

Baby born after ‘unique’ IVF treatment

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This is baby Vivienne who was conceived by sperm that had been frozen for a generation – the oldest ever to successfully create a child in Britain. Fertility doctors used sperm that had been frozen in 1987 – when Margaret … Continue reading →

Path to Baby Joy Costs Dearly | IVF

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The cases of Irish couples caught up in a Mexican adoption scam and children born abroad to surrogates being left in passport limbo trained a spotlight on how daunting some routes to parenthood can be. Any couple struggling to have … Continue reading →

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Ask Mom at Last Your Questions about Infertility   Many men, women and couples go through life struggling to become pregnant just to find out that they are infertile. There is still hope! Sharon, the founder of Mom at Last, … Continue reading →