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    The Case for Elective Single Embryo Transfer (eSET)

    A common question I get asked is “How many embryos should I transfer?” Most of my patients want to get pregnant as soon as possible, and a significant percentage actually want twins. The logical ... read more

    Embryo Quality Is Improved by Antioxidants, Study Shows

    For those who have had trouble getting pregnant, once pregnancy is achieved it's important to do everything possible to improve embryo quality to maximize the chances of a successful outcome. read more

    What Happens in the Embryology Lab: The Embryoscope

    If you've ever wanted to know what happens in the embryology lab we've got a look at how new advances in the lab can help you on your journey to motherhood. The Embryoscope is a special incubator ... read more

    Is Assisted Hatching Safe?

    What is assisted hatching (AH)? Assisted hatching (AH) is a procedure used to thin or make a small opening in the zona pellucida (the egg shell surrounding an embryo). AH is supposed to increase the ... read more

    Best Methods of Egg Freezing for Fertility Preservation

    For many years, scientists all over the world have been experimenting with egg freezing (oocyte cryopreservation) techniques for fertility preservation. Recently, significant advances in technology ... read more

    Embryo freezing with vitrification: cheaper and simpler than fresh IVF

    Often at the end of an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle, there are extra embryos that can be frozen (cryopreserved) for later use. There are several advantages to embryo freezing. If the patient ... read more

    Is single embryo transfer right for me?

    How many embryos should we transfer? The answer to this question has changed over the years. Twenty years ago, IVF had a pregnancy rate of approximately 25% per cycle even in young patients. At that ... read more

    IVF with PGD or PGS: What's the difference?

    Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) and Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) are terms used to describe the process by which an embryo can be screened for genetic disorders/chromosome number ... read more

    Why single embryo transfer may be right for you

    A lot of our patients at InVia Fertility Specialists want twins! However, multiple pregnancy is associated with increased risks to both mother and babies. From a medical view point, it is much safer ... read more

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