Apr 21, 2011
Posted in Assisted Reproduction

In Vitro Fertilization Controversial 3-Parent Technique

In Vitro Fertilization Controversial 3-Parent Technique
Fertility supervisory body HFEA (Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority) recently supported a medical advancement that would lead to infants being born with trio biological parents since they would be having genes from mom, dad plus a woman egg donor and deemed it as safe, though further lab experimentations are necessary prior to them being deployed in clinic settings. This divisive in vitro fertilization method essentially intervenes in the fertilization process for removal of flawed mitochondrial DNA that might cause mitochondrial conditions – an array of conditions like lethal cardiovascular issues, failed liver,  [...]

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Feb 10, 2011
Posted in Assisted Reproduction

In Vitro Fertilization – How Safe is it for Women?

In Vitro Fertilization – How Safe is it for Women?
Females who are thinking about trying in vitro fertilization for infertility issues must be better informed regarding the associated risks. It is particularly pertinent for older females or those with some health issues, according to a report conclusion appearing in the British Medical Journal which examines safety of gestation & delivery following in-vitro fertilization. In vitro fertilization (IVF) – What’s already known? Though IVF method is safe for majority of the females, however it isn’t risk-free. Several forms of IVF entail the use of elevated hormonal dosages for ovarian stimulation that could be causal  [...]

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