The IVF Specialist's Blog for IVF patients
Helping IVF patients understand IVF treatment !
Wednesday, December 07, 2022
Why you should freeze all your embryos when doing IVF
The reason freeze-all IVF cycles have become so popular is because it increases pregnancy rates , by allowing patients to have their cake ...
Monday, December 05, 2022
How to improve your chances of IVF success
There are several factors that can affect the success of in vitro fertilization (IVF), and the specific steps you can take to improve your c...
Saturday, December 03, 2022
How can you know if your frozen embryos are alive after thawing and are ready to be transferred?
Saiprasad Gundeti, Chief Embryologist, Malpani Infertility Clinic In IVF treatment, we freeze/ cryopreserve your spare Embryos after your Em...
Why do bad IVF clinics refuse to give embryo photos routinely to all their patients ?
There are 3 important reasons you should demand photos of your embryos from your IVF clinic 1. This is a global best practice , which all ...
Friday, December 02, 2022
Why Batch IVF has a lower pregnancy rate
Now that every gynecologist wants to become an IVF specialist ( because this is considered to be high-profile and profitable) , many gynec...
Saturday, November 26, 2022
Should you freeze your eggs ?
Many young women freeze their eggs as an insurance policy , because it allows them to delay having children until they are ready to have a...
Friday, November 25, 2022
How getting older affects fertility and pregnancy: Having a baby after 35
When are women most fertile during their life? The best time for a woman to have children is between her late teens and late 20s. Fertilit...
Friday, November 18, 2022
How to get a 100% pregnancy rate in IVF
A 100% IVF success rate is the Holy Grail for all IVF doctors and patients , because it would make everyone's life so much easier ! Th...
How many IVF embryos should I pool ?
We are now routinely pooling embryos for many patients who want to postpone having a baby. These are usually young women , who don't wan...
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