Endometriosis does not affect IVF Success – Study

Endometriosis and IVF

If you are suffering from endometriosis related infertility and are considering IVF, your chances of success are the same as the women without endometriosis, says a recent study. Researchers have found that even though the condition presents with some factors that make pregnancy difficult, endometriosis does not affect IVF success. The study “The impact of endometriosis on the outcome of Assisted Reproductive Technology,” published in the journal Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology, concludes… Read More

India allows Embryo Import for Surrogacy

Embryo import for surrogacy

In what is seen as a slightly positive development for the Indian Surrogacy Industry, the Government of India has allowed the import of frozen embryos for implantation in the womb of a surrogate mother. According to a leading Indian news agency, foreign nationals and Indians settled abroad can bring in frozen human embryos and rent a surrogate womb in India. But before commencing the process, they will have to obtain a no-objection… Read More

CDC: More Women Seeking Infertility Treatments

New data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that more number of American women are seeking medical assistance for getting pregnant, as compared to the data collected in 1995. Between June 2006 and June 2010, approximately 12.5% of American women, aged 25-44, had to seek medical intervention to conceive. That is up from 11.2% in 1995, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing latest data from the Centers… Read More