Should you be transferring fresh or frozen embryos ?

Why do IVF cycles fail?

How to select the right IVF clinic

The unknown complications of IVF

Seven steps of IVF

Implantation dysfunction

When patients fail repeated IVF cycles, the "diagnosis" their doctor offers them is - Implantation Dysfunction . However, this is really just a waste paper basket diagnosis - it does not provide any useful actionable information . It's a mouthful, but it's just a descr...

Laparoscopy and IVF - before, after or never ?

Before referring a patient for IVF to an IVF clinic, many gynecologists will insist on doing a laparoscopy . They justify this using all kinds of pretexts. saying" We will get a chance to check your pelvis, so we can clip your tubes, if needed, or burn any endometrio...

The 7 steps of IVF

IVF seems to be an extremely complicated procedure, and sometimes IVF doctors take perverse pleasure in mystifying it, because they like showing off their expertise. This is why IVF  patients are often completely confused about what to expect. Actually , it's very st...

Why measuring uterine blood flow is pointless in an IVF cycle

Lots of IVF specialists monitor uterine blood flow during an IVF cycle. They believe that this helps them to track uterine receptivity, and good flow correlates with implantation rates. This makes logical sense, which is why so many sonographers study uterine blood flo...

Using the embryoscope to take IVF patients for a ride

Many IVF clinics claim to use an embryoscope to culture embryos in vitro. While this provides great video images of the developing embryos, it has not been proven to improve IVF pregnancy rates. However, patients are quite happy to pay extra for this, because the docto...