In Vitro Fertilization

In Vitro Fertilization from DFW Center for Fertility & IVF

By: DFW Center for Fertility & IVF  05/30/2014
Keywords: Infertility Treatment, Artificial Insemination, Fertility Treatment

In vitro fertilization refers to a treatment where both the eggs and sperm are handled in a laboratory. It is sometimes referred to as the “test tube baby” procedure. IVF bypasses the fallopian tubes and implants the fertilized egg (embryo) directly into the lining of a woman’s uterus where it can develop naturally. Either the mother or a surrogate will then carry the fetus to term. This technology has been in use, and has continued to advance, since 1978. IVF occurs over a period of time known as a “cycle,” usually spanning four to six weeks. The entire process involves many different procedures specifically selected to benefit the individual patient’s condition and diagnosis. At DFW Center for Fertility and IVF, each patient’s treatment is tailored to the exact fertility problem being addressed. There are no “cookie cutter” treatment protocols, as each of our patients is different.

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