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    No Fertilization? Why Eggs Don’t Fertilize and What We Can Do

    One of the hardest parts of being an embryologist is having to tell a patient that, after all their hard work getting their eggs ready for retrieval, there is nothing good to report the next morning ... read more

    Why Failed IVF Occurs Even With “Normal” Embryos

    So, you've been through an IVF cycle. Your doctors have retrieved a good number of eggs with a good number reaching the blastocyst stage. Having counseled about the advantages of SMART IVF, you ... read more

    Getting Pregnant After 40: Chances and Options

    My previous blog addressed the chances of getting pregnant after 43 and the options for those in this age group who wish to have children. read more

    Antioxidants and Male Fertility

    I have previously written a blog on how to improve your chances of success with fertility treatment. Improving your lifestyle is a big step in the right direction. Weight loss, regular exercise, ... read more

    COVID-19 Vaccination While Pregnant or TTC: Get the Facts

    The surge in the Delta variant has prolonged the COVID-19 pandemic. Cases continue to rise, and hospital intensive care units (ICUs) are reporting that they will soon or have already reached maximum ... read more

    Same Sex and Single Parent Fertility Treatment Options

    Nothing should stop any individual or couple who wants a family from achieving that dream. There are several fertility treatment options for same-sex couples and potential single parents to grow ... read more

    hCG Levels in Pregnancies | Day 5 vs Day 3 Embryo Transfers

    Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone produced by the embryo after conception. Human embryos can produce hCG as early as 8 days after fertilization. During IVF, however, final egg ... read more

    Is There Really a Male Infertility Crisis?

    "Is there a male fertility crisis? I hear sperm counts are decreasing!" There has been controversy about this topic and many, many news outlets have reported on it. Researchers are also studying it. ... read more

    What is Uterine Septum and How to Treat It

    A uterine septum is a common anomoly of the uterus that is seen in 1 – 15 per 1,000 women (shown in the picture at right). In this condition, the cavity of the uterus is separated by a long piece of ... read more

    Myths and Tips to Lose Weight to Get Pregnant

    Here are just a few examples of what patients on Ideal Protein learn about weight loss from our Health and Wellness Coach Lauren Wismer. read more

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