Whenever IVF fails to resolve reproductive failure, the explanation is almost invariably either: a) embryo “incompetence” (usually …although not always due to the embryo being karyotypically abnormal or “aneuploidy”) or,…» read more
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Background: All women who undergo embryo transfer (ET) are focused on having a healthy baby. The truth is that fewer than 40% will succeed after a single attempt. And when…» read more
I get many questions on this blog and elsewhere relating to failed IVF. Many couples go to great lengths to research and save in order to be able to optimize…» read more
We at SIRM were the first to introduce full embryo numerical chromosomal assessment (karyotyping) into the clinical IVF setting about 8-10 years ago. As such, we probably have among the…» read more