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Mom Gives Birth to Rare Identical Triplets by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:20am This was posted on AOL....one embryo was transfered using IVF.... By FRANK ELTMAN, AP Posted: 2008-03-05 09:25:02 Filed Under: Health News, Nation News MANHASSET, N.Y. (March 5) - When they get older, Logan, Eli and Collin Penn may blanch at the notion they wore nail polish to their first news conference. But it's the only way their ... Read on »
Frenchwoman, 59, to give birth to triplets by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 11:57pm PARIS (AFP) — A 59-year-old Frenchwoman is due to give birth to triplets after receiving an egg donation in Vietnam, the Paris hospital treating her said on Thursday. The mother-to-be, who is of Vietnamese origin, was being kept under medical observation and is expected to give birth "imminently," the Cochin hospital said, confirming a repor ... Read on »
Fertility Treatments May Raise Risk for Birth Defects: Study by HealthFinder Posted Sat 20 Oct 2012 1:00pm healthnewslink But researchers say couples shouldn't be alarmed because absolute risk is small. By Mary Brophy Marcus HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
What happens to extra embryos after IVF? by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 01 Sep 2009 5:23pm From CNN: By Laura Beil By the time she was in her 40s, Andrea Cinnamond was afraid she'd never be a mother. Then came the day in 2005 her daughter was born through in vitro fertilization, followed two years later by twin sons. Today, Kaitlin, Jack, and Aidan bounce around like Ping-Pong balls through their Boston, Massachusetts, home. ... Read on »
What happens to extra embryos after IVF? by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:03pm From CNN: By Laura Beil By the time she was in her 40s, Andrea Cinnamond was afraid she'd never be a mother. Then came the day in 2005 her daughter was born through in vitro fertilization, followed two years later by twin sons. Today, Kaitlin, Jack, and Aidan bounce around like Ping-Pong balls through their Boston, Massachusetts, home. ... Read on »
Getting to know In Vitro Fertilization/ IVF by pehpot Posted Sat 07 Apr 2012 6:44pm Fertility was not a problem to me… I’m so fertile that I can get pregnant almost  every year if I want to. In fact, I have to take birth control so as not to get pregnant every year. Now I am taking birth control so as NOT to get pregnant ever. I already have enough kids.. that’s four (3 boys and a princess) plus my nephew’s with me too (along ... Read on »
Technology Vs. Science: Natural Birth Scientifically and Ethically Safer by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Mar 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Pregnancy in the 26th week. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The Atlantic published a great piece yesterday titled “The Most Scientific Birth Is Often the Least Technological Birth” by Northwestern University’s professor of ... Read on »
In Vitro,Infertility Fertility IVF Clinics India IVF,IVF Treatment India by rotundaivf Posted Wed 26 Sep 2012 8:05am IVF now fastest way to get pregnant,When you get exhausted with all the other ways of trying to get pregnant,then probably IVF is the next step suggested by the infertility specialists. What is IVF? In the process of in vitro fertilization (IVF),eggs and sperm are brought together in a laboratory glass dish to allow the sperm to fertilize ... Read on »
IVF insurance coverage yields fewer multiple births, Yale researchers find by SouadDreyfus Patient Expert Posted Sun 08 Nov 2009 10:01pm This is an interesting study regarding IVF and Insurance issues. I thought I would post it here for you to read and comment on. ~Souad By Karen N. Peart karen.peart@yale.edu 203-432-1326 Yale University The proportion of in vitro fertilization (IVF) multiple births was lower in the eight states that provide insurance coverage for coup ... Read on »
4 Year Old Sperm does not grant access to Social Security Benefits by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 10:44pm The in vitro process was done later and the daughter was born 4 years after his death, even though Mom was married to the deceased, but when she reaches the appropriate age perhaps she will be able to collect from social security.  Survivor benefits and conception appear to have to occur together and California law grants inheritance rights to c ... Read on »