US Doctors Have Found A New Way To Boost Fertility. Part 3 of 3

US Doctors Have Found A New Way To Boost Fertility – Part 3 of 3

And “We are also relying more on frigid embryos, so patients can stagger their pregnancies and have one baby at a time. I’m hoping that as pre-implantation genetic screening becomes more accurate, every embryo gets a genetic analysis.

And if we understand we are implanting a normal embryo, it would be better for physician and patient alike”. According to the study, since its high of 84 percent in 1998, the rate of multiple births from assisted replica has dropped, largely due to guidelines discouraging implanting three or more embryos during IVF.

In addition, techniques used in IVF have improved to the point that in many cases implanting a single embryo is enough, read author Adashi said. Yet over the same period, non-IVF fertility treatments – such as ovarian stimulation and ovulation induction – have increased and are now the main source of medically assisted multiple births, the researchers found. Today, IVF is more indubitably to produce twins rather than triplets or more babies, the authors noted increase. More information For more about IVF, visit the US National Library of Medicine.

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3 Responses to US Doctors Have Found A New Way To Boost Fertility. Part 3 of 3

  1. Pingback: US Doctors Have Found A New Way To Boost Fertility. Part 1 of 3 | Paul Winkler MD

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  3. rackcowi says:

    Thank you once more for a lot of things.

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