IVF Using Own Eggs : When is it Time to Move on?

IVF Using Own Eggs : When is it Time to Move on?

Because of the emotional, physical, and financial toll exacted by IVF, it is preferable that no one undertake a one‑shot attempt. If a couple can only afford one treatment cycle, IVF is probably not the right course of action.  After all, with conventional IVF there...
A RATIONAL BASIS FOR SELECTIVE OVARIAN STIMULATION IN OLDER WOMEN AND THOSE WITH DIMINISHED OVARIAN RESERVE (DOR)

A RATIONAL BASIS FOR SELECTIVE OVARIAN STIMULATION IN OLDER WOMEN AND THOSE WITH DIMINISHED OVARIAN RESERVE (DOR)

 When it comes to the selection of ovarian stimulation protocols for older women and those who have DOR there is in my opinion, no justification for the use of a “one size fits all” or “recipe approach”. I firmly believe that the time has arrived to reflect seriously...
A RATIONAL BASIS FOR SELECTIVE OVARIAN STIMULATION IN OLDER WOMEN AND THOSE WITH DIMINISHED OVARIAN RESERVE (DOR)

Treatment of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL) due to Alloimmune Implantation Dysfunction : Comparing cases with a “Partial” versus a “Complete” Match (rare)

 All humans have two DQ-alpha genes, one of which is contributed by the father and the other by the mother. In a small percentage of patients undergoing IVF, paternal-maternal DQ-alpha gene similarities occur. In such cases, following repeated exposures to such...