A healthy level of essential fatty acids has been linked to a number of health benefits. Now a new study, conducted by Antonina I. Frovola and colleagues, suggests that the ratio of specific fatty acid combinations could boost the success of in vitro fertilization.
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For the first time in the world, a woman who had undergone five major organ transplant surgeries has given birth to a baby girl. Diagnosed with a blood clot in a major vein to the intestine, the woman is today not just alive but also holding a beautiful baby girl in her arms.
According to a recent study conducted by the Center for Reproductive and Genetic Health in London, using frozen embryos instead of fresh ones during in vitro fertilization may lead to heavier, healthier babies.
When it comes to in-vitro fertilization, getting the best eggs may not be the only thing that makes for a healthy pregnancy. Recent research, published in the journal Fertility and Sterility, found that a woman’s uterus had more to do with her pregnancy than the eggs she was using.
Five years ago when researchers at McGill University Montreal announced the birth of the first baby through an egg that was frozen no one thought that women would actually feel empowered by freezing their eggs.
Penny Jarvis was heartbroken to find out that her daughter had a rare genetic condition called Turner Syndrome. Especially when she found out that the condition left her daughter infertile. So Jarvis decided to freeze her own eggs for her daughter to use some day.
Women who have undergone several In Vitro Fertilization attempts with no success may have hope in a new soy-based treatment. The experimental treatment may have better results than conventional fertility treatment alone.
After 19 years in cryopreserve, an embryo donated by an anonymous patient at the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine has finally become a baby. However, the exciting event has raised some ethical questions about IVF.
Couples undergoing invitro-fertilization(IVF) know how frustrating it can be when an embryo doesn’t take. In fact the reason why there has been such an increase in multiple birth is because in the U.S. many have more than one transferred to ensure success.
Invitro fertilization can be costly, and does not always work the first time through. For those reasons, Pacific Reproductive Center has begun a program offering a free IVF treatment to couples who did not succeed the first time through.
When Elizabeth and Stephen Helgen introduced their new son, Dylan, into the world it became an important event for a lot of people. Dylan is the first Hawaiian born baby from frozen, unfertilized eggs thanks to a new freezing process.