Who is the right candidate for IVF?

Infertility is a condition wherein a woman is incapable of conceiving even after trying for at least a year. In India, infertility is a social taboo in spite of a number of treatments available in the medical industry. "In Vito Fertilization (IVF) is one of the most popular infertility treatment that has brought hope to

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How ‘kiss hormone’ helps deliver IVF without painful side-effects

London doctors are working to develop a “natural” form of IVF using a chemical known as the “kissing hormone” after tests suggested it is safer and more effective than conventional treatment. A total of 63 babies have been born to mothers involved in Imperial College trials that used kisspeptin to trigger their fertility cycle. The

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Study identifies best method for achieving a healthy IVF birth

Research presented today at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) by scientists from the University of Colorado and Duke University concludes that fresh donor eggs during in vitro fertilisation (IVF) provide a higher chance of implantation when compared with donor eggs that have been cryopreserved. In addition, the study lends credence to the practice

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Pesticides Might Hurt IVF Success

For women struggling with infertility, sometimes in vitro fertilization offers them the best chance at getting pregnant. If you ask any woman whose undergone IVF — myself included — they'll tell you all the myriad of complementary lifestyle changes they've made at the same time to optimize their chances for a successful IVF cycle: everything

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10 common myths about in vitro fertilization, busted!

IVF or in vitro fertilization involves fertilizing the egg with the sperm in the laboratory, then reintroducing the early embryo to the uterus. In 1978, a breakthrough occurred for infertile couples, when biologist Bob Edwards and gynecologist Patrick Steptoe assisted in the birth of the first “test tube baby” Louise Brown, who was born through

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Clinic ‘turkey baster’ method may be worth trying before IVF

Putting sperm directly into a woman’s uterus is no longer popular as a fertility treatment, but new evidence suggests it’s more effective than we thought – as well as being a lot easier and cheaper than IVF. Infertility is nothing new, and people have been inventing ways to boost their chances of conceiving for centuries.

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New IVF techniques raise hope for infertile couples

New developments in the field of in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) give more hope for couples with infertility issues, according to a reproductive health and IVF expert in the last three decades. With “thousands of babies born through IVF procedures every year,” accumulated global value is projected to hit $27 billion by 2020 with those in the

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Genetic screening can provide healthy pregnancy within one IVF cycle

Scientists discuss how the latest reproductive technological advancements like PGDPreimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) and Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) are contributing to better IVF success rates. Dr Khajuria completed her Ph.D from AIIMS, New Delhi in the field of Molecular Genetics from the Department of Pediatrics. While working in AIIMS for 9.5 years she was involved

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Women now have clearer statistics on whether IVF is likely to work

Australian women considering IVF will now, for the first time, have a more meaningful idea of their chances of having a baby, whether it’s their first or subsequent round of IVF. Overall, for women starting IVF, 33% have a baby as a result of their first cycle, increasing to 54-77% by the eighth cycle.

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Male Partner Age Affects IVF Delivery Rates

A new study shows that the cumulative incidence of live birth following in vitro fertilization (IVF) can be appreciably reduced by the fathers increasing age. Researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC; Boston, MA, USA) and Harvard Medical School (HMS; Boston, MA, USA) conducted a study that analyzed almost 19,000 IVF cycles performed at

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