There was a really interesting article published in New York Times this morning. We would like to highlight a really important point of this research study which confirms our approach to IVF treatment.
“Some clinicians also believe that women who do not produce any eggs — or produce just two or fewer — after stimulation of the ovaries are less likely to become pregnant via future cycles of I.V.F. The new study found no evidence for this.
“We found that just isn’t the case,” said Dr. Debbie A. Lawlor, an epidemiologist at the University of Bristol and the study’s senior author. “Don’t give a load of importance to any one cycle.”
You can read the whole article here: