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Studies Suggest Frozen Embryo Transfer Babies Do Better Than Fresh

The first live birth after an IVF frozen embryo transfer was in 1983. Since then, there have been hundreds and thousands of babies born the world over with frozen embryos. A third of the babies born ... read more

Do AMH Levels Vary?

We use several blood tests to assess a woman's potential to respond to fertility treatment. Initial research on measuring anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) levels, used for gauging assessing ovarian ... read more

InVia Fertility Specialists Adds INVOCELL®, An Innovative Option Used in Fertility Treatment, to its Reproductive Health Services

InVia Fertility Specialists aims to expand fertility options and help improve access to care with the addition of the INVOCELL Intravaginal Culture (IVC) System The INVOCELL IVC System is a ... read more

ICSI IVF – What Is It And Why Is It Used?

ICSI is an acronym for intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection. In basic terms it means we are injecting a sperm into an egg. ICSI IVF differs from the conventional IVF process in that a single sperm is ... read more

High dose stimulation for the poor ovarian responder: is more better?

The patient in the in vitro fertilization / IVF process who is a “poor ovarian responder” remains a challenge in clinical practice. The European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) ... read more

Progesterone: IVF Requires Injections, and Here's Why

Given a choice, a majority of patients would prefer to take medications orally. So when it comes to progesterone, why do we prefer the intramuscular or the vaginal route? It's simple: the oral route ... read more

What Do Pus Cells in the Semen Mean?

The presence of white blood cells (WBCs), or pus cells, during semen analysis often causes concern to infertile couples and their doctors. There are several reasons why WBCs might be present in the ... read more

Top 10 facts about anti-mullerian hormone levels and ovarian reserve testing

Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is the substance that is responsible for destroying the mullerian ducts (female reproductive organs) in developing male embryos... read more

Bed rest after embryo transfer could negatively affect IVF outcome

“Should I lie down for a while after my embryo transfer to optimize our chances of success?” That is a question we are asked on a daily basis. We've always advised our patients that bed rest after ... read more

Do AMH levels predict IVF pregnancy rates?

Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) levels are now routinely used clinically to assess ovarian reserve. AMH levels are believed to reflect the pool of oocytes (eggs) that remain in the ovary (ies). Low AMH ... read more

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