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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

Single Embryo Transfer: Healthy Babies One At A Time

It is an established fact that risks associated with giving birth to babies conceived through IVF, are increased for both mothers and infants. Most of that increase in risk is related to the higher ... read more

How long does IVF take? New tool predicts success

Patients considering IVF often want to know the answers to two questions: "What are my chances of success?" and "How long does IVF take to succeed?" 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

How many embryos should I transfer?

"How many embryos should I transfer when pursuing IVF?" This is a seemingly easy question but the answer may not be as simple as it seems. With transfer of a single embryo, the risk of multiple ... read more

IVF in the U.S.A.

The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) has released its 2012 report on assisted reproductive technologies in the United States. SART’s 379 member clinics performed 165,172 cycles, 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

National Center for Health Statistics Data Brief on Increase in Twin Births

The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) recently issued a data brief on increase in twin births. In a brief titled "Three Decades of Twin Births in the United States, 1980–2009", the authors ... read more



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