Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed instead of regular In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). With ICSI, the eggs are retrieved the same as if you were doing conventional IVF. However, the eggs and the sperm are then fertilized in the laboratory, by direct injection of a single sperm into each egg...
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The Center for Fertility & Gynecology is proud to offer a spectrum of fertility treatment options to couples in gay, lesbian or bisexual relationships. It is our firm belief that having children is the right of any individual irrespective of his or her sexual orientation. CFG has been providing fertility care to non-traditional families since 1987.
Recurrent pregnancy loss is devastating. At our center, we believe that the combination of appropriate testing, aggressive and creative treatment plus compassionate care can lead to success in even the most dire circumstances. If you have questions about recurrent loss, please read more about it here.
Diminished ovarian reserve implies that a woman has fewer eggs than expected, and the egg quality may be affected as well. It was believed that not much could be done to reverse these poor prognoses, but we now know that choices in nutrition and lifestyle play an important role in the number and quality of eggs that a woman releases each cycle. If you are interested in learning about what you can do to improve the number and quality of your eggs, you can read more about it here.