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A new way to track ovulation at home

MFB Fertility, LLC Develops Only In-Home Test to Detect Progesterone

 

Research has shown that couples get pregnant faster when they know when exactly when ovulation takes place. Fertility monitors and ovulation predictor kits allow couples to track estrogen and luteinizing hormone (LH) levels from home. However, until now, there were no tests available to track progesterone.

 

Dramatic and Tragic Decline in Intercountry Adoption Numbers Continues

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media Contact:                                                

Lauren Koch
(703) 299-6633

lkoch@adoptioncouncil.org

Dramatic and Tragic Decline in Intercountry Adoption Numbers Continues

New Study: IVF success rates can be excellent for high responding women when using a Lupron trigger

Infertility Specialist Richard Sherbahn Presents New Research Study at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting

Results of a new research study, conducted by Dr. Sherbahn and Dr. Catenacci of Advanced Fertility Center of Chicago, show that proper use of a Lupron trigger can result in high IVF success rates, and no ovarian hyperstimulation.

"IVF success rates can be excellent for high responding women when using a Lupron trigger."

Unrestrained Danger - Virginia Schools May be Hurting Children

For Immediate Release:   
Contact: Colleen Miller
August 11, 2014  
disAbility law Center of Virginia
(804) 225-2042

Virginia Schools May be Hurting Children

 

Effects of BPA and Phthalates on Conception and Pregnancy

October 14 , 2013

by: ASRM Office of Public Affairs
Published in ASRM Press Release

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF FERTILITY SOCIETIES 21st WORLD CONGRESS ON FERTILITY AND STERILITY AND THE 69th ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE

Boston, MA-  Researchers presenting at the conjoint meeting of the International Federation of Fertility Societies and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine have identified specific effects of bisphenol A (BPA) and phthalates on human reproduction. 

Press Release: A JOURNALIST’S GUIDE TO ADOPTION

A journalist's guide to adoption

GIVF's MicroSort: Technology separates the boys from the girls by Keith Blauer, M.D. and David Karabinus, Ph.D., H.C.L.D.

The Genetics & IVF Institute (GIVF) started investigating gender selection technology in the early 1990s. And now the FDA has approved a clinical trial for GIVF's preconception gender selection process, called MicroSort.

PGD: The Next Step in Pregnancy Enhancement and Disease Prevention or the Search for the Holy Grail of Infertility Treatment by Carlene W. Elsner, M.D., Z. Peter Nagy, M.D., Ph.D, and Amy E. Jones, M.S.

This technology offers potential for improvement in outcomes of IVF treatment, including improved pregnancy rates, reduced miscarriage rates, and avoidance of some genetic abnormalities.

Infertility and Multiple Pregnancy: Can you have too much of a good thing? by Serena Chen, M.D.

Infertility and Multiple Pregnancy: 
Can you have too much of a good thing? 
by Serena Chen, M.D.

Pregnancy and Multiple Gestation Rates after Transfer of Two Versus Three Blastocysts

Two-blastocyst transfer has similar pregnancy rates and a decreased multiple gestation rate compared with three-blastocyst transfer

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