Tag: "Invitro Fertilization"


55-Year-Old Grandma Welcomes Triplets

Already mom to 4 grown children, and grandma to four grand-children, Sharon Cutts, 55, has broken records in the UK after she gave birth to triplets Mason, Ryan and Lily, on March 21st.


New Study Offers Reassurance for Parents Receiving Infertility Treatments

A new study provides some reassurance regarding developmental difficulties in children conceived through infertility treatments. The findings were published in JAMA Pediatrics by Edwina Yeung PhD, of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Health and Human Development, part of the National Institutes of Health, and her research associates.


New Culture Method Promises to Make IVF more Affordable

More than 5 Million babies in the world today are born because of In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatment. And yet, because of the high cost of treatment, this method is still available only to less than 10 percent of the world population, mostly in developed countries.


IVF History Made After Australian Woman Becomes Pregnant Through Ovarian Tissue Graft

The science of tissue grafting, paired with IVF has made it possible for an Australian woman become pregnant.


Specific Fatty Acid Ratios May Increase IVF Success

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.


Woman with Five Organ Transplants Becomes a Mom

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.


Five Cups of Coffee a Day may Reduce IVF Success

Danish researchers have found one reason that may lead to unsuccessful In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) treatments. They believe that one factor might be the amount of coffee the mom-to-be consumes.


Study: Frozen IVF Embryos Result in Healthier, Heavier Babies

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.


The Uterus, Not Eggs, May Determine Healthy Pregnancy

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.


Grandmother Gives Birth to her Grandson

When Kristine Casey gave birth to a child on Wednesday in Illinois at the age of 61, it was an unusual delivery. Not just because of her age, but also because she delivered her own grandson Finnean Lee Connell.


More Women Freezing Eggs to Freeze their Biological Clock

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.