In Vitro Fertilization: Be Prepared to Go All In

For many couples, in vitro fertilization (IVF) is the last resort in conceiving a child. If you’re standing on IVF’s doorstep, you’ve probably got a long list of questions and concerns. For most women it boils down to one thing: Will I be able to have a baby? That’s the one question modern medicine can’t … Read More

Fertility Drugs Tied to Multiple Births (Video)

A substantial increase in the rate of U.S. multiple births and the use of non-in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments has been linked, says a new study from Centers for Disease Control (CDC). These non-IVF fertility treatments include ovulation stimulation and ovulation induction through the use of fertility drugs. The study did find a decline, however, … Read More

Embryoscope: New Technology Helps Couples Conceive

“We’re seeing things we’ve never seen before,” says Nina Desai, PhD. “This could change everything.” There’s still a hint of wonder and disbelief in her voice. Dr. Desai, Director of the Cleveland Clinic In Vitro Fertilization Lab, is talking about embryoscope. This new technology revolutionizes the in vitro fertilization process, monitoring fertilized embryos’ development moment … Read More