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IVF Cancellation Reasons – What Happens If IVF Cycle Is Cancelled?
Certain critical stages of the IVF process may lead to IVF cancellation, including during ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, semen collection, or embryo transfer.
What Is Immune Infertility? – Treatment & Pregnancy Options
People affected by immunological infertility experience trouble getting pregnant, as their body identifies part of the reproductive function as an "invader" and sends an autoimmune response.
Can a Woman Get Pregnant at Age 50? – Chances & Risks
Women who decidedly delay maternity until the age of 50 need a fertility treatment to have a child due to their reduced fertility at this point. Particularly, the best option to get pregnant in your 50s is egg donation.
What Is a Good Number of Eggs Retrieved for IVF? – What to Expect
There is not an average number of IVF that is considered good to ensure success. However, the number of eggs retrieved and their quality greatly influence the chances for success and the live birth rates. Age,...
What Is Reciprocal IVF? – Everything Lesbian Couples Need to Know
Same-sex female partners who want to have a baby have multiple options to fulfill their dream, including donor insemination and IVF. Reciprocal IVF, as it is called in this case, allows both women to participate...
What Is Teratozoospermia? – Causes, Pregnancy Rate & Treatment
Teratozoospermia is the medical term used to define abnormal sperm morphology. It may be caused by genetic defects, infections, too elevated testicular temperature, exposure to toxic substances, etc. In general,...
Uterine Polyps & Cancer Risk – Can They Become Cancerous?
Overgrowth of cells in the endometrium (lining of the uterus) cause the formation of uterine or endometrial polyps. They are usually non-cancerous or benign, but it is estimated that about 5% may turn into cancer....
What is the Two-Week Wait (2WW)? – Tips to Survive It
All couples trying to conceive, whether naturally or by assisted reproduction, have ever heard about the dreaded two-week wait or 2WW. Indeed, it is the time period between ovulation or the embryo transfer, and the...
Day 5 vs. Day 3 Embryo Transfer – What Are the Pros & Cons?
Which is better, a day 3 or a day 5 embryo transfer? While blastocyst (day 5) embryo transfers have been suggested to improve the pregnancy success rates of IVF, actually both options have a series of pros and. ...
Poor Responders in IVF Cycles – Management & Best Protocols
Poor responders are IVF patients whose ovaries respond poorly to fertility medications. As a consequence, the number of eggs retrieved is an insufficient one, and therefore the chances of creating viable embryos...
Can You Get Pregnant with Endometriosis? – Your Chances of Success
Endometriosis can affect a woman's chances of becoming pregnant naturally. The good news is that you can get pregnant with the proper treatment, including laparoscopic surgery, IUI, IVF and other fertility options...
How Successful Is IVF with ICSI? – Pregnancy & Live Birth Rates
ICSI is a type of IVF that helps increase the odds of fertilization and therefore increases success. On average, the fertilization rate of ICSI ranges between 50 and 80 percent. IVF with ICSI is primarily indicated...
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