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The Optimal Age for Egg Freezing

Egg freezing is now an option available for patients to preserve their fertility. It was initially used for fertility preservation in cancer patients. It is now widely used for non-medical, social ... read more

Donor Recipients: A Visit With the Mental Health Professional

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine has as part of its practice guidelines that a couple wishing to engage in an egg donor recipient cycle must visit with a mental health professional. ... read more

Ten Facts on Pregnancy After 45

Today it has become increasingly common for women to achieve their educational goals, find a partner, and establish a career path before they consider having children. It often takes years to obtain ... read more

Top 5 Questions About Fibroids

It is very scary to be told you have fibroids in your uterus. It’s even more scary not to know what they are or how they can affect you. Fibroids are more common than you might think. read more

Why Do We Start Clomiphene Citrate (Clomid) on Day 5 of the Cycle?

Clomiphene citrate (Clomid, Serophene) is a common medication used to treat infertility. It has been used in the United States since 1967. In patients that do not ovulate, clomiphene citrate is used ... read more

Optimizing Implantation

Once a healthy, developing embryo is successfully transferred into your uterus, it has to attach itself to the uterine lining and then grow there, a process known as implantation. For successful ... read more

Embryo Transfer: A Critical Step in the IVF Process

Embryo transfer is arguably the most critical step in the IVF process. On the surface, it seems like a relatively simple procedure. The embryos are loaded in a catheter and the physician deposits ... read more

White Blood Cells in Semen - When Are They a Problem?

One of the first steps in fertility testing for any male infertility issues is a semen analysis. A semen analysis gives a good representation of the male’s quantity and quality of sperm, as shown in ... read more

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

All About Thawing Frozen Embryos

In many cases couples decide to cryopreserve their remaining embryos after an in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment. They could freeze the embryos right after treatment before proceeding to a ... read more

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