Eeva Test is offered at Fertility Centers of Illinois. Dr Eve Feinberg explains what the Eeva Test is.
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Time lapse technology is a non-invasive way to judge embryos and their viability, explains Dr. Thomas Poole, embryologist and director of the assisted reproductive technology laboratory at Fertility Center of San Antonio.
Time lapse imaging, a non-invasive technology, provides one more piece of information that helps judge an embryo's viability and helps choose the best embryo to transfer in a fresh IVF cycle, explains Dr.
The EevaTM Test is a non-invasive test that follows embryos on their path from time of development to time of transfer. It helps clinicians choose the best embryo for transfer in an IVF cycle.
The EevaTM Test uses time lapse technology to show how the embryo is growing and dividing, explains Dr.
Uterine lavage may provide a genetic testing option for women who may be carriers of diseases that can be inherited by their children, says Dr. Steven Nakajima, of Stanford Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Health.
With uterine lavage, a blastocyst that was created in vivo (in the body) is removed to for genetic testing, explains Steven Nakajima, MD, at Stanford Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Health. It could provide an alternative to genetic testing that currently is only available with IVF.
With uterine lavage an embryo is created in vivo (in the body), and then removed to for genetic testing. This would allow for a non-IVF diagnosis of potential genetic diseases in embryos, explains Steven Nakajima, MD, at Stanford Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Health
Egg vitrification (flash freezing) is just one advance that has made egg freezing a viable option for fertility preservation, explains Dr.