Dr. Polotsky is the Chief and an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine in Denver. He is a pioneer in exploring the link between obesity and infertility, serving as Co-Director of WIFI – Wellness Interdisciplinary Fertility Initiative – devoted to improving clinical care of fertility patients.
After a 10-year analysis, CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine researchers found that over half of all cryopreserved embryos were not transferred for a possible pregnancy. Frozen embryos get left behind presenting a huge ethical dilemma.
El Dr. Polotsky explica cómo la atención personalizada y de alta calidad del centro de Medicina Reproductiva Avanzada de la Universidad de Colorado atrae a pacientes internacionales que buscan tratamientos de fertilidad.
A gestational surrogacy arrangement, in which one woman carries a pregnancy for another woman after implanting that woman’s fertilized embryo achieved with her eggs and her partner’s sperm, is sometimes recommended for intended parents.
If IVF is recommended, our patients are often surprised to find out that this treatment is costly. Find out why patients would anyone pay extra for an additional procedure that is essentially elective and if it’s cost-effective.
Our philosophy is that, whenever possible, patients should be in the driver’s seat. Ultimately, the patient must decide for him or herself if they HAVE to do IVF after a thorough discussion with a knowledgeable and caring physician