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Freezing your eggs can help you preserve their fertility, and allow you to use them at a later date, when your eggs may not be as strong and healthy. #FertilityClinic #FertilityPhysician


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In vitro fertilization (IVF) is an infertility treatment that involves three basic phases: pre-treatment, treatment, and post-treatment. Your #FertilityPhysician will advise you on some basic strategies to increase your chances of a successful pregnancy. #FertilityClinic #IVF

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At a certain point in your life, you may have opted for a tubal ligation. Some women undergo tubal ligation, only to later changer their minds. A tubal reversal can help you become able to conceive again after undergoing a tubal ligation. #IVF #FertilitySpecialist #FertilityClinic

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Embryo transfer involves the process in IVF in which embryos are selected and transferred to the uterus. #IVF

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 If you struggle from unexplained infertility, contact a #fertilityspecialist today to find out if azoospermia is the cause, and if a testicular sperm extraction can help you and your partner conceive a child.

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Contrary to historical notions, infertility is not strictly a female problem and involves the male approximately half of the time. #Maleinfertility has a variety of causes including endocrine disorders, obstructions in the reproductive tract, genetic issues and abnormalities in the sperm cells that are produced. #SemenAnalysis #FertilitySpecialist

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You may be a candidate for IVF if you have tubal issue. Since IVF treatment involves fertilizing an egg outside of the body, the fallopian tubes are bypassed entirely. Women who are missing their fallopian tubes, or who have fallopian tubes that are blocked, will often turn to IVF to help them conceive. #IVF #FertilityClinic

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It is possible to test your embryos, produced by in vitro fertilization, to ensure they have the correct number of chromosomes (PGS) or for the presence of specific single genes that can cause disease (PGD). #IVF

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One of the most important parts of success with #invitrofertilization is selecting the embryos for transfer that have the best chance for continued development and implantation.  The Eeva Test (Eeva stands for Early Embryo Viability Assessment) is the only FDA-approved test for aiding the embryologist in making this selection. #FertilitySpecialist

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Egg freezing, or oocyte cryopreservation, can help you preserve your healthy, mature eggs in case you wish to become pregnant in the future. Common reasons for choosing to freeze eggs include a career or education that leaves you little extra time to start a family, or an illness that makes pregnancy impractical in the near future, like cancer. #FertilitySpecialist
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