What Are the Chances of Having Twins with IVF?
Twins, triplets, and multiple births are more likely from IVF treatment. The fertility doctors of Center for Assisted Reproduction (CARE) explain why.
IVF for Blocked Fallopian Tubes
Dr. Kevin Doody Presents at Midwest Reproductive Symposium
CARE Fertility co-founder Kevin Doody, M.D., continues to conduct research on the causes on infertility. Dr. Kevin presented findings from the latest research on HHV-6A…
IVF for Failed IUI Cycles
In vitro fertilization (IVF) may be used after a failed intrauterine insemination (IUI) cycle. Let’s discuss the benefits and success rates of each fertility procedure.
What to expect during an IVF cycle
Starting an IVF cycle can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. Our team at CARE Fertility understands these emotions, and works to make sure our patients…
Fertility Problems and Thyroid Disease
One issue that can cause fertility problems is thyroid disease. An overactive or underactive thyroid can contribute to male or female infertility.
What to do if an IVF cycle doesn't work
Though the success rates for in vitro fertilization (IVF) are high, not every cycle will result in a pregnancy. As a result, many couples who…
Embryo Options after IVF
Monitoring Success Rates: Giving Hope to Families
We understand that before couples contact us, they have most likely endured a journey filled with highs and lows emotionally, physically and spiritually. Many…
Luteal Phase Defect Treatment Options
At the Center for Assisted Reproduction, our fertility doctors offer luteal phase defect treatment to help women get pregnant.