Dr. Illions discusses treatment options for couples facing a diagnosis of unexplained infertility, presenting a cost effective method for patients to proceed through treatment cycles while maximizing success rates.
Information from University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine’s doctors
Elective single embryo transfer (eSET) is when a woman decides to transfer only one embryo during an IVF cycle. Dr. Polotsky explains why more and more women opting to select this option.
Up to 15 percent of men with fertility issues have no sperm when they ejaculate. If sperm is blocked in the reproductive tract, it can be retrieved using a variety of methods called sperm aspiration techniques.
Only you and your partner can assess value, as it is based on personal, internally driven preferences. Our culture sets our tone of care and the positive experiences of our patients.
What do IVF success rates really tell you? How do you compare the rates of one clinic to another? It is critical to understand what goes into the IVF reporting algorithm, especially because it is about to change.
Male factor infertility is important to consider when addressing a couple’s infertility issues. Dr. Murray explains why between 30 to 50 percent of the time a couple is not getting pregnant, it is due to low sperm count.
Two Colorado University Advanced Reproductive Medicine embryologists explain the exciting, game-changing science of epigenetics and why it matters.
The Zika virus is not an immediate danger to most American women, including Colorado women, and does not warrant hitting pause in your efforts to conceive. But you should arm yourself with information about the virus to avoid harm to you and your future baby.
A behind the scenes look in this “Day in the life of our IVF lab” blog. Follow along with our embryologists as they transfer eggs & sperm to create embryos.