This blog by Dr. Servy is about the condition known as cryptorchidism, or incomplete testicular descent in the scrotum, which can contribute to male infertility.
Blog post from Dr. Joe Massey about options for fertility patients with ultralow serum anti-Müllerian hormone values.
Elective co-parenting, previously an option for divorced couples, is a new option for LGBT couples and non-cohabitation straight parents.
PCOS can cause issues with a woman’s menstrual cycles, sometimes making pregnancy a challenge. A new study shows vigorous exercise helps women with PCOS.
SMFI’s pilot study involving human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) to enhance implantation may well be the key to improving “persistently inefficient” IVF.
Lesbian couples can share biological motherhood of a child through the LGBT parenting fertility treatment option of in vitro fertilization (IVF).
IVF doctors have a term called “One and Done.” It means that a patient can complete her family with only one full IVF cycle. Certain approaches can help optimize the chances of an IVF cycle with only one egg retrieval.
AMH, or Anti-Müllerian Hormone, is one of the tests in a fertility work-up. This hormone is produced by the cells in the ovary and is one of the markers for ovarian reserve. The level is ideally between 1 and 2. If age is not an additional factor, don’t give up, even if the AMH is rock-bottom low. Do the stimulation and see if some follicles develop.
Dr. Massey addresses common myths about recurrent miscarriage and the possible solutions of IVF with PGD or an egg donor.