In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
In-vitro fertilization (IVF) assisted reproductive technologies have been available in the United States since 1981. Since 1988, over 3,800 babies have been born to patients of Reproductive Resource Center as a result of assisted reproductive technologies.
IVF was the first developed to make conception possible couples experiencing infertility caused by absent, obstructed or damaged fallopian tubes.
Today, a growing list of other indications for this treatment include:
Additional Areas of Interest
There are several subjects related to IVF and assisted reproductive technology that should be of interest to this patient category. These include:
- Pregnancy Rates
- Blastocyst Transfer
- ICSI (Sperm Injection for Male Inferrtility)
- Donor Oocytes (Eggs)
- IVF Timeline
- The IVF Laboratory
- The Egg Retrieval (Video)
- Embyro (Freezing) Cryopreservation
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