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  • Woman has baby using ovary frozen when she was 9

    Woman has baby using ovary frozen when she was 9

    Moaza Al Matrooshi, 24, is thought to be the first person in the world to have a baby after having the ovary removed and cryopreserved before she entered puberty A woman who had her fertility restored using frozen ovarian tissue which was removed when she was a child has given birth. Moaza Al Matrooshi, 24, isRead more →

  • Statistically, 1,5% of American children born by means of IVF procedure

    Statistically, 1,5% of American children born by means of IVF procedure

    In 2013 more then 1,5% of American children were born with the help of IVF procedure. Such data are contained in the report of Community’s help to reproductive technologies of the USA. Every year the number of children born after IVF increases constantly in the USA. So, in 2013 already 1,5% of all kids were bornRead more →

  • Acupuncture increases the success of IVF

    Acupuncture increases the success of IVF

    This study analyzed data from more than 4 million patients who undergo the procedure of in vitro fertilization clinics in the US, where as an additional therapy they were assigned to receive acupuncture. He told reporters the head of a group of scientists, Eric Mangeymer Medical Center of the University of Maryland, USA, “According toRead more →

  • Scientists find possible cause for IVF implantation failure

    Scientists find possible cause for IVF implantation failure

    Researchers have identified a biological process that may cause the failure of embryos to attach to the uterus wall after IVF, raising the possibility of future treatments. Recent studies have found that microRNA (miRNA) levels are altered in the endometrium of women with repeated implantation failure. But how these molecules might affect the attachment of the embryo was previously unknown. Scientists atRead more →

  • Specific genetic pattern in the womb could predict IVF treatment outcome

    Specific genetic pattern in the womb could predict IVF treatment outcome

    Fertility experts in Southampton and the Netherlands have identified a specific genetic pattern in the womb that could predict whether or not IVF treatment is likely to be successful. Study co-lead Professor Nick Macklon, chair in obstetrics and gynaecology at the University of Southampton, said the discovery would help clinicians understand why IVF fails repeatedlyRead more →