If you are having trouble conceiving, you may be considering in vitro fertilization (IVF). This is when eggs and sperm are combined outside the body to create embryos.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the process of stimulating the ovaries to produce eggs, those eggs are then removed from the ovaries and fertilized in the lab with either sperm or your selected donor sperm. Your embryos will grow in the lab and then be transferred into the uterus. All remaining embryos will be frozen for future use.
Your Fertility Physician will decide on a treatment protocol that is best suited for you. The IVF treatment cycle can take between 6-10 weeks from Priming to Pregnancy Test.
Learn more about what happens in the Mount Sinai Fertility Embryology lab – click here to watch a video