Dr. Joseph Stanford reviews a study, published in Human Reproduction, which found 1 in 6 women to have an unassisted live birth after IVF. All women, who attended the Aberdeen Fertility Clinic and received IVF treatment between 1998 and 2011 (2133) were followed up followed over 5 years of follow-up, the treatment-independent live birth rate was 17% in unsuccessfully treated women and 15% in those who had a live birth after IVF.
Landmark study demonstrates NaProTechnology is safe and highly effective for couples, even those who have failed IVF. LONDON, UK October 21, 2008. There is new hope for couples struggling to have a baby says a study released this month in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. As many as one in seven couples desiring a baby seek medical help in their struggle with infertility. Researchers from the International Institute of Restorative Reproductive Medicine studied nearly 1100 couples who sought medical help to conceive using the new technique of NaProTechnology (NPT). Overall, 52.8% of patients completing treatment could […]
Phil Boyle, MD, MICGP, MRCGP, CFCP Core Learning Outcomes: Review and recall general IVF data Learn how to analyze IVF data for couples with failed IVF Compare IVF and RRM approaches and success rates We’re sorry, this content is only available to current IIRRM Members. Please Log In below or click here to become a member of the International Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine. Need to renew? Just login below and visit your account page. As a member in addition to accessing our library of webinars, conferences, and continuing education. We also host multiple live webinars most month of the […]