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    He’s Making Sperm and I’m Losing Eggs – Life Isn’t Fair

    It’s true. Men make a difficult to comprehend one to two hundred million sperm per day. Women, on the other hand, are forever losing eggs. In fact, women have their maximum number of eggs before they ... read more

    Is it possible to freeze eggs and embryos with a 100% survival success? The Cryo Tech story.

    InVia Fertility Specialists is excited to announce the availability of Cryo Tech method vitrification at our Center. According to Dr. Masashige Kuwayama, the developer of this method, it is now ... read more

    How do I know these are my embryos?!

    This is one of the leading questions I get asked as an embryologist. Rightfully so, patients are concerned that perhaps there could be a ‘mess up’ in the lab where their eggs are mixed with the wrong ... read more

    Top 10 reasons as to why you should freeze your embryos

    Ok, you have gone through an entire IVF cycle. If there happens to be a surplus of embryos following fresh transfer, then embryos of sufficient quality may be considered for embryo freezing or ... read more

    The Case for Elective Single Embryo Transfer

    I have been a big proponent of single-embryo transfer for many years. Despite this, less than 10% of patients at InVia Fertility Specialists will choose to have an elective single-embryo transfer ... read more

    The clock is ticking! Or is it?

    We have all heard that phrase “what are you waiting for? The clock is ticking!” in regards to our fertility. While most of us are “waiting to be a bit more educated, wiser, more stable, financially ... read more

    Celebrating ICSI's twentieth anniversary and the birth of more than 2.5 million children

    For the past twenty years the ability to inject a single sperm into an egg (intra cytoplasmic sperm injection or ICSI) has revolutionized the treatment of male factor infertility. ICSI has resulted ... read more

    Divorce and frozen embryos. Embryos divide, but they can’t be split.

    The last thing on a couples mind when they are going through an in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure is divorce. But, unfortunately, sometimes couples find themselves in that situation down the ... read more

    Terra Incognita The often unexplored world of donor embryos

    Have you ever wondered what happens to all of the excess frozen embryos being stored at our facility that patients no longer wish to keep? Depending on the parent’s wishes, embryos can be disposed, ... read more

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