Why Do I Take Birth Control Pills to Get Pregnant With IVF?
In recognition of August 18th as Birth Control Pill Day, we wanted to raise awareness about one of the many benefits of birth control for women: using it during In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatment. Specifically, taking birth control pills before an IVF cycle.
When a woman is struggling to conceive and comes to a fertility doctor to help her get pregnant, her doctor, a reproductive endocrinologist, may discuss IVF, which has the highest success rate of all fertility treatments. If the woman and her doctor agree IVF is the best
This blog is part of Fertility FAQ, a series where RMA doctors answer your most pressing questions about treatment.
Today’s physician expert is Dr. Emily Osman, who practices out of RMA New Jersey’s Marlton office.
If you've been trying to get pregnant for a while, chances are you’re wondering if that’s normal.
Plus, you hear conflicting things from everyone around you about how long it should take – it took your sister several months to get pregnant naturally, it worked on the first try for your best friend, and your OB/GYN mentioned something about six months.
Fortunately, there is official guidance from The