The Center for Assisted Reproduction (CARE Fertility) offers this advanced procedure for couples struggling with a variety of infertility problems. It is the most common procedure performed by CARE Fertility.
In IVF, a female egg is fertilized with a sperm solution and returned to the uterus through the cervix. The process begins with the woman taking fertility drugs to increase the number of eggs that are released at ovulation. The eggs are then harvested and mixed with the man's sperm. Once an embryo forms, it is placed back inside the mother's body through her cervix.
IVF can be a good option if the woman's fallopian tubes are blocked or if she has endometriosis. IVF is also a good choice when the male partner has a low sperm count. IVF can also be used when the cause of infertility is unknown.
An Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), IVF is a good option for many couples. The Center for Assisted Reproduction, CARE Fertility, is one of the leading IVF facilities in the field.