Researchers New Method Better Predicts Vitro Fertilization Success

July 2, 2008

Researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine have found a new method to better predict the success of vitro fertilization...Boston (ChattahBox) – Researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine have found a new method to better predict the success of vitro fertilization.

The researchers have stated that the new method does a much better job in predicting if a women will become pregnant through IVF. The method is said to be 70% accurate and could help many couples.

IVF treatment is used to help women get pregnant. A women is given drugs to help with ovulation. From there, eggs are taken from her ovaries, and sperm are them placed in the eggs.

Doctors then choose the best eggs and place them back in the woman. This could help doctors decide what the best way to help a couple have a baby is.

The report on the method was published in the Public Library of Science-ONE.


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