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Embryo Freezing

Dr. Tina Koopersmith from West Coast Women's Reproductive Center discusses the advantages of freezing your embryos.

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What is the egg freezing process?

The egg freezing process takes a total of around 2 months from the initial consultation to the final step of the egg retrieval. The first month consists of meeting with the reproductive endocrinologist and having appropriate blood work and testing done prior to administering the medications. Monitoring and medications can take up to two weeks. Following this, the egg retrieval is done. Dr.

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Should I Do Frozen Embryo Transfer With IVF?

When deciding to do frozen embryo transfer it is dependent on several factors; it includes the developmental stage of the embryo and the specific treatments and expertise offered by the clinic explains Dr. Bruce S. Shapiro, Director of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the University of Nevada School of Medicine and founder of The Fertility Center of Las Vegas.

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Moving Right Along...With Your Frosties

moving frozen embryos

a blog by Grey Fox, February 12, 2014

Have you moved? Have you changed fertility clinics? Are you thinking of moving? Are you worried about what happens to your embryos if you move?

It can be emotional to move your embryos. You worry that something will happen during transit. I cannot promise you that it won’t. But I can tell you what’s involved and how it’s done.

I’ve moved mine. Twice.

What is Egg Freezing

Alan Copperman, MD at RMA of New Yorkdiscusses what Egg Freezing is and what the benefits are.

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What is Oocyte Cryopreservation or Egg Freezing?

Fertility doctor Danielle Vitiello of Fertility Center of New England defines and explains oocyte cryopreservation or egg freezing.

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The Reality of Infertility

a blog by Genna Banafato, July 15, 2013

In a time where so many fertility doctors are recommending single embryo transfers, it sometimes amazes me that in three IVF transfers, I had nine embryos placed in my uterus. I'm not someone who has good luck with things. There were frequent jokes between me and my husband during our first cycle about our only three embryos all taking and splitting and then we would need our own reality show called something like, "We Should Have Known". But then, despite the pictures I held onto for dear life, those three embryos didn't make it. No baby, no babies. That was reality.

What are the Benefits of a Frozen Cycle Versus a Fresh Cycle?

Seattle fertility doctor Julie Lamb, M.D. of Pacific NW Fertility and IVF Specialists discusses the benefits of a frozen embryo transfer during IVF compared to a fresh transfer and how a natural, non-medicated cycle promotes IVF success.

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What are the Benefits of a Frozen Embryo Transfer?

Dr. Bruce Shapiro, of The Fertility Center of Las Vegas, discusses the benefits of frozen embryo transfer for achieving maximum embryo-endometrial synchrony.

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