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Inherited Challenges: Are We Creating Our Future Patients?

Often, we focus on evaluating women when couples fail to conceive. Although we know that male factor accounts for 20 – 30% of couples seeking treatment, the treatment remains focused on ovarian stimulation to improve chances for success. With in vitro fertilization, we focus on oocyte retrieval and fertilize these eggs with sperm ejaculated, extracted […]

Identifying Normal Embryos Improve ART Success

IVF is the process of fertilizing an egg outside the body and is the oldest and most frequently used ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) procedure and fertility treatment options. Originally designed to bypass diseased fallopian tubes, the number of reasons to do IVF quickly expanded to include male factor infertility, endometriosis, unexplained infertility and other conditions.

Endometrial Receptivity Array (ERA)

Improving pregnancy rates have been the focus of fertility centers since 1978 after the birth of Louise Brown, the first child conceived after IVF cycle treatment. Since then, laboratory advances have improved remarkably and the implantation rates for IVF has increased significantly. Still, the delivery rate may be lower in certain patients. Pre-implantation genetic screening […]

Extraordinary Success for Patients Under 40 with Minimal Stimulation IVF

Minimal stimulation IVF, referred to often as, “Mini IVF”, “Soft IVF”, or “Micro IVF,” is a relatively new Advanced Reproductive Technology (ART) technique in the United States that offers a gentler version of ovarian stimulation compared to traditional In Vitro Fertilization. It has been used successfully in Japan for some time with good success. Here […]