Fertility Clinic in Texas – IVF vs IUI
Dr. Jerald Goldstein of Fertility Specialists of Texas discusses IVF (in vitro fertilization) Vs. IUI (intrauterine insemination).
Fertility Specialists of Texas – IVF Embryo Transfer
Dr. Rebecca Chilvers with Fertility Specialists of Texas discusses embryo transfers. During IVF treatment with blastocyst transfer at our Dallas fertility clinics, unfertilized eggs (oocytes) are retrieved from the ovary. They are then fertilized in a laboratory setting, creating an embryo. Instead of being transferred to the uterus after three days, which is the case during traditional IVF treatment, the embryos are allowed to progress to the blastocyst stage over a period of five to six days. During unassisted fertilization, the embryo must reach the blastocyst stage in order to attach to the uterine wall. Because, during blastocyst transfer IVF, the embryos are implanted in the uterus during this same stage of development, some consider this to be a more natural implantation method.
Fertility Clinic in Dallas – Day 3 Embryo Transfer vs. Day 5
Dr. Jerald Goldstein of Fertility Specialists of Texas discusses Day 3 Embryo Transfer vs. Day 5. About evaluation and treatment of male factor infertility and how fertility can be optimized prior to treatment with intrauterine insemination (IUI) or invitro fertilization (IVF).
ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) with IVF
Dr. Jerald Goldstein of Fertility Specialists of Texas discusses when ICSI is indicated, who may benefit, as well as the types of treatments available. ICSI allows men who were previously incapable of producing adequate sperm, to father genetically related children. Treatment consists of IVF with ICIS.