One of my latest published works is currently featured in the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. It analyzes the effectiveness of medication used in Conventional IVF based on the number of eggs produced and the number of successful pregnancies. The study involved 250 participants from ages 18 to 38 undergoing their first IVF treatment.
The results of the study indicated that more eggs produced does not correlate with a high pregnancy rate. This means that the high dosages of medicine used in conventional IVF is actually detrimental to egg quality.
To read more about this study, click here.
These findings support New Hope Fertility’s low-hormone, minimal stimulation approach, Mini-IVF. Mini-IVF and Ultra-Mini IVF are holistic approaches to fertility care and are a gentle alternative to Conventional IVF. They use minimal amounts of oral medication rather than relying on heavy doses of injectable medicines.
Benefits of Mini-IVF include:
Please contact our offices today to discuss whether or not Mini-IVF is right for you.