Success rates for in vitro fertilization (IVF) are generally good, especially when treating women age 30 or younger.
Preparing for in vitro fertilization (IVF) will usually involve testing egg quality, semen analysis, screenings for disease, and a uterine exam.
Although IVF is safe and effective, it does carry some degree of risk, including the risk of multiples pregnancy.
Because of the overall health benefits, we recommend a nutritious diet to patients undergoing IVF treatment at the Fertility Center of San Antonio.
The transfer of the fertilized egg, or embryo, is the final stage of IVF before - fingers crossed - pregnancy.
The insemination stage of in vitro fertilization (IVF) involves the fertilization of the harvested eggs in the lab so that they can become viable embryos.
Find out what you can expect from the egg retrieval stage if you choose to undergo in vitro fertilization, or IVF.
IVF ovulation induction improves the chances of conception by increasing the number of eggs that mature in a cycle.
At Fertility Center of San Antonio, we provide comprehensive IVF pre-treatment instructions to patients considering the procedure.