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Embryo Banking vs. Fertility Preservation

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Embryo freezing is growing in popularity as more and more women look to have children later in life. By storing embryos in their prime reproductive years (35 and younger), women are able to stop their biological clock. The quality of a woman's eggs declines significantly after 35 and her chances of getting pregnant naturally is  reduced. Through embryo cryopreservation a woman can get pregnant when she is ready to have a family. 

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Topics: Fertility, Embryo Transfer, Infertility, Fertility Treatment, embryo banking

Activities To Avoid After Your Embryo Transfer

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Embryo transfer is the final step in an IVF Cycle. During the transfer, a catheter is placed directly into a woman’s uterus and the embryos are transferred. This is similar to a Pap smear procedure. Most fertility centers will have you remain at the center for an hour after the procedure, lying on your back to assist with the embryo attaching to the uterine lining. When home, you should rest for the remainder of the day. While this is not the same as bed rest, the goal is to remain lying down and move as little as possible. 

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Topics: Embryo Transfer, embryo banking

How Does Embryo Banking Work With Staggered IVF Treatments?

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

For older women and women with a diminished ovarian reserve (DOR) time can be the greatest factor in the ability to become pregnant and have a healthy baby.  Embryo banking and staggered IVF provides a way for women to take full advantage of viable eggs while they can.

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Topics: Fertility, IVF, Infertility, embryo banking

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