What Every Partner Should Know Before Starting IVF

Having gone through many cycles of IVF, I can say that whether its one cycle or five, stress, fear and worry can creep in and affect an otherwise stable, healthy relationship. Over the past two years I have come to know my husband in a very different way. Sometimes he knows how to help me and sometimes he doesn’t…

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5 Common Misconceptions About IVF  

    As someone who spends her day talking to patients about IVF, I find that many people are not excited to find themselves across the table from me. As a fertility specialist, the conversations in my office are never dull, but when a couple is faced with...

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Is egg freezing a good idea?

Jemma Kennedy is a playwright who froze her eggs. However, she is sharing her views on how she feels she was treated, since it wasn’t the most positive experience. In contrast, Valerie Landis has been freezing her eggs for the last few years and runs a website called experience.com.

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Gateway to IVF Success: The ABC’s of PGS (Preimplantation Genetic Screening)

IVF has actually become more efficient over recent years, with the development of newer and better lab conditions. Exciting research developments exploring genes and DNA have yielded a perfect collaboration between IVF centers and genetics experts. With these advances, Dr. Jones’ long-standing goal of “one embryo, one healthy baby” is now a reality. This advice can be embraced because we are able to learn more about the chromosome health of embryos through pre-implantation genetic screening, or PGS.

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