In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a technique used to help women and couples with fertility problems have a baby.

Unlike natural conception, during IVF, a woman’s eggs are collected from her ovaries and fertilised with sperm in the laboratory. Any embryos created in this process, will later be placed back into the womb to grow and develop.

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Build Your Family Through IVF

It was over forty years ago that the world first learned of IVF. Today, IVF is one of the most common used paths to pregnancy for those struggling with infertility and who are requiring assisted reproductive technologies (ART).

IVF Is The Most Successful Fertility Treatment Option Available

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the most common type of assisted reproductive technology (ART) used to create an embryo by bypassing certain causes of infertility, such as mild sperm abnormalities in men, and fallopian tube or ovulation irregularity in women.  During IVF, a woman’s eggs are surgically retrieved and then fertilized in a laboratory by mixing with a partner sperm. Following an egg retrieval, In vitro fertilization (IVF) provides a controlled environment that significantly enhances the opportunity for fertilization of the egg.  The fertilized egg, or embryo, is left to grow for 3-5 days and is then surgically transferred back into the woman’s uterus.

Choosing The Right Center

Getting pregnant and having babies should not be an impersonal experience. You can benefit in many ways when you find an infertility specialist who gets to know you and customizes a treatment plan to your individual needs and budget. You should always feel like a valuable partner in the process rather than like a number.
Ultimately, couples who are comfortable seem to get pregnant more easily than couples with similar medical issues who have additional significant stress.