Dr. Natalie Crawford explains all of the genetic testing options including pre-conception, pre-implantation, and post-conception testing. She answers the question, "Should you do genetic testing?" and goes through success rates for IVF when it comes to genetic testing. She truly believes that having this data can help you make the best decisions when it comes to growing your family.
Natalie answers your fertility questions in FFS-For Fertility's Sake
I had 24 follicles measured at my monitoring appointment but only 18 were retrieved. Were these follicles empty? What causes that?
How can I get involved in research studies for infertility or pregnancy loss?
Is it normal to have an anovulatory cycle after miscarriage?
I have scar tissue, so only one of my ovaries would be reachable with an egg retrieval. Is IVF still possible or worth it?
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