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How Much Is The In Vitro Process To Have Twins
How often can an donor egg embryo split and result in identical twins? Is it in most cases or is it rare? We will be using icsi
1-2%: The reported risk is about 1-2%. No longer believed in general to be related to icsi. When more than 1 embryo is placed inside the risk seems to be higher for reasons which are not known. Also the risk as far as I am aware is not higher in donor versus non donor egg. ...Read more
About IVF treatment i want to know that in this system how it is possible to born the child without his/her parents sperm/egg?
Not how it works: A baby can not be born without an egg and a sperm. With ivf the egg is removed from the ovary. Then it is mixed with the sperm from the father. Fertilization then occurs. Then the fertilized egg is implanted back into the uterus. In some cases using an egg or sperm from a third party donor is needed but in any case 1 sperm and 1 egg are needed for fertilization. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the best way to go about prenatal dna testing in Kentucky and how much does it typically cost?
Try counsyl: I don't know about Kentucky but the website www. Counsyl.com might be helpful. Do check with your physician if you are worried about any specific medical condition you are worried about. ...Read more
A lot :(: Surrogates are costly because you would be asking a woman to take the risk and 9 months of her life to be pregnant for you. Plus, you need to have a thorough medical evaluation and a solid legal contract. Usually you also pay a broker fee for finding the surrogate. The costs are much less if the surrogate is a relative. Cost between $40k - $150k depending on contract terms. Get great lawyer. Best. ...Read more
Yes, but...: It's not nice to mess with Mother Nature. Always decide if there is truly an overwhelmingly convincing reason to interfere with nature, before trying to do it. If there is no known genetic defect in the family genes that would create a mutation in either boys or girls, then we let nature decide whether the next baby will be a boy or girl. If no mutations, both boy and girl babies are fine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe to have an appendectomy in 2nd trimester of pregnancy? What is the success rate? Do they calm the fetus down prior to the procedure.
Is it harmful to transfer more than one embryo for IVF in a patient with endometriosis? This is my only shot with IVF and want to increase my chances.
What did the IVF: Doc tell you, only they should be answering that question and any other questions regarding any aspect of that u may have because they know u and your situation and how good the embryos look, often more than one is transferred. ...Read more
Is it better to transfer two good quality embryo in ivf if you want to conceive twins,or will it decrease the chances of conception?
Is it true there are ways that can decide the gender of the baby before conceiving? If so, what r the ways to conceive a boy
No: There are no ways to do this at home, it's pure folklore. ...Read more
When doing IVF is it possible to get pregnantnant naturally? Fertility place fertilized eggs in you but what if the result of making so many eggs nat pregnant
Donor gametes. Friends say what I do and feel will influence the fetus. What would be the mechanism for that>fertility doctor preferred?
Epigenetics: Epigenetics is the process of altering, or turning on and off certain genes based on the environment. The environment of the fetus is maternal physiology. Many theories now that maternal factors control much of this process. So the answer is yes, but how much and what aspects affect the preg. We feel the biggest effect is thru nutrition and it's effect on metabolic syndrome in the child/adult. ...Read more
What is artificial insemination, how much is it successful and how much time a frozen sperm can be alive?
IUI: Nowadays artificial insemination isuallyrefers to intrauterine insemination. This is where the sperm specimen is washed then placed into a catheter and this catheter is carefully placed at the very top of the uterus where approximately a half a cc of the sperm and culture media combination is deposited. Pregnancy rate if all is as normal as can be ranges between 15 to 20% per attempt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No specific limit: The aim is to conceive in a single baby which is a better outcome than twins. Most physicians feel that petite women do better with singleton than twins although this true for all women. ...Read more
Wher is the best fertility treatments done in the world? I want to have twin boys , and how can I achieve it?
Wants twin boys: The best way is to take ovarian stimulants, and perform gender selection, but this may not work out they way that you wish. See my site "www.Gender-select.Com". ...Read more
Can you tell me how is the HIV virus able to synthesize the proteins it requires considering all the mutations it undergoes?
How is it that BC pills do not preserve ovarian reserve? It would seem that a lack of ovulation would result in more eggs in the ovaries.
What is the highest number of children that can be conceived naturally and carried to term in one pregnancy?
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