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Testing for pregnancy after an embryo transfer in an IVF cycle by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 05 Jan 2011 10:04pm While all IVF patients understand with their heads that not every IVF cycle results in success, in their heart of hearts, every patient expects to get pregnant every time they do IVF ! This is why the 2ww after the embryo transfer can be so nerve-wracking ! Am I pregnant or not ? Have the embryos implanted or not ? The suspense during the 2ww can ... Read on »
IVF Egg Retrieval, ICSI, Embryo Transfer and Pregnancy Test by Brandi & Shelton K. Posted Sat 01 Aug 2009 10:23pm It seems almost impossible that we’re here. Three years ago we launched this site hoping to raise awareness about infertility, raise some funds for our treatment, and chronicle our experience with infertility and IVF. I feel satisfied that we’ve done all three. I’ve absolutely loved sharing all of this with you, and can say that it has helped me ... Read on »
How freezing all your embryos improves IVF pregnancy rates by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 20 Sep 2012 9:41pm Traditionally , we have always transferred fresh embryos in the IVF cycle. Basically, we would select the best quality embryo(s), and transfer this, with the hope that this would implant . If there were spare ( supernumerary ) embryos of good-quality , we would then freeze these; and then transfer them in a later cycle, in case the fresh cyc ... Read on »
A Step By Step Guide To The IVF Process: Step Seven -- Embryo Transfer by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sun 23 Sep 2012 8:39pm Embryo Transfer Dear Readers: This is the seventh and final part in the series I have begun to help answer what In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is and how it works with my world-wide Blog audience. What you read here is what I also provide my patients with on a daily basis. I plan on going into some detail but in a way that is ... Read on »
Embryo Adoption by surrogacymumbai Posted Wed 26 Sep 2012 5:35am Adoption is an act of love,fulfilled by the courage of couples who want to share their love with children.Embryo adoption is life-giving love in action in an age of technology.Egg and embryo donation are types of fertility treatment used to help infertile couples to conceive.Egg donation is when eggs from a donor are fertilised with your partner’s ... Read on »
Why Embryo Donation shouldn’t be called Adoption by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 05 Jun 2013 12:00am by Sue Taylor ** Let me start out by saying that embryo donation is an amazing gift and a wonderful option for family building. And traditional legal adoption of a living child is equally amazing; it is a true gift to be selected to parent a child through adoption. However, the language that is used by some in the industry who have de ... Read on »
Why Embryo Donation shouldn’t be called Adoption by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 05 Jun 2013 7:36pm by Sue Taylor ** Let me start out by saying that embryo donation is an amazing gift and a wonderful option for family building. And traditional legal adoption of a living child is equally amazing; it is a true gift to be selected to parent a child through adoption. However, the language that is used by some in the industry who have dec ... Read on »
Question 50. How do I decide how many embryos to transfer? by John David Gordon MD Medical Doctor Posted Tue 10 May 2011 3:20pm Well, we are halfway done with the 2nd Edition of 100 Questions and Answers about Infertility. I am still waiting for my invitation to go on Oprah and the book is not on the NY Times bestseller list. I am thinking about having Audible produce an audiobook version but my attorney has warned me that I could be legally responsible for those listener ... 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 »