Ask Dr. Sher – Open Forum

22 Nov

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This is a forum where I welcome any questions you have on the topic of infertility, IVF, conception, testing, evaluation, or any other related topic.

I try to answer all questions in less than 24 hours. In many cases, I will answer within just a few hours.

– Geoffrey Sher, MD

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  • Mnaju says:

    Hi, My name is Manju, one of my friend facing the problem of infertility. We have visited the IVF clinic Bangalore.Now, she is good and her baby is also good…

  • Jamie Humphrey says:

    I just did my 2nd egg retrieval and found out even with all the supplements my embryos still have a high amount of fragmentation. What can be done ? I quit smoking 6 months ago . I took 600 mg Coq10, 75 dhea a prenatal , vitamin d, e , b-12, and baby aspirin . Why do they keep getting fragmented

    • Geoffrey Sher says:

      My website has changed. The new site is at where I host and populate new and updated blog articles . The blog can also be accessed directly by going to I currently respond to posts on this new site

      To find and follow updated and new blog articles and to post questions or comments, please use this new venue. I promise to respond promptly.


      1. About my Intended Retirement:
      After 35 years in the field of Assisted Reproduction (AR), the time has finally come for me to plan my retirement from full-time clinical medicine. If you are interested in my medical services prior to my retirement, I urge you to contact my concierge, Julie Dahan ASAP to set up a Skype or an in-person consultation with me. You can also contact Julie by phone or via email at: 702-533-2691 or You can also apply online at

      2. The 4th edition of my newest book ,
      “In Vitro Fertilization, the ART of Making Babies” is now available as a down-load through or from most bookstores and public libraries.

      Geoff Sher