Location and Contact Information: Naperville

3 North Washington, Naperville, IL 60540

Phone: 630-357-6540

Fax: 630-357-6435

Web: http://www.ivf1.com

Naperville Fertility Center

Naperville Fertility Center

Location and Contact Information: Plainfield

15905 South Frederick Street, Suite 109, Plainfield, IL. 60586

Phone: 815-436-6540

Fax: 630-357-6435

Web: http://www.ivf1.com

Plainfield Fertility Center

Plainfield Fertility Center
1309, 2009

IVF Speeds Time to Pregnancy and Lowers Costs

September 13th, 2009|Categories: IVF|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Patients who come to a fertility specialist want to become pregnant as soon as possible. There are various treatment options now available for infertility; some have higher pregnancy rates and some have lower pregnancy rates. These treatments have markedly different costs and differing levels of complexity.
Very commonly patients may start with a less effective treatment because it is easier to do or less expensive. It is not unusual to see a couple first try treatment with clomid , perhaps combined with IUI (intrauterine insemination) for three or four attempts. […]

1208, 2009

Single and Multiple Embryo Transfer in IVF: likelihood of live birth and multiple births

August 12th, 2009|Categories: IVF, IVF-news|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

A study was done in 2009 to determine whether a policy of elective single-embryo transfer (e-SET) in IVF lowers the rate of multiple births (twins, etc.) without compromising the live birth rate. Elective single-embryo transfer (e-SET) is the transfer of one embryo into the uterus during IVF as compared to two.

1707, 2008

IVF does not cause developmental disorders in babies

July 17th, 2008|Categories: IVF|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

IVF and Babies: Background
In Vitro Fertilization has been around for 30 years now. Many studies have been performed to try to discover any possible effects on children born through IVF . A new study suggests that IVF does not increase the risk of developmental disorders in children.
Many questions have been generated in the past about IVF and child development because of the higher instances of premature birth and lower birth weights. Generally in IVF, there is a higher chance for multiple pregnancies. As with any multiple pregnancies, there are greater risks involved. Some of those risks include premature birth and lower birth weights. These and other IVF treatment complications could be attributed to the higher chance for multiple pregnancies and not necessarily the IVF treatment itself.


2311, 2007

IVF Complications Explained

November 23rd, 2007|Categories: IVF|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Pregnancy complication rates seem to be higher in pregnancies that occurred as a result of in vitro fertilization cycles. Many theories have been put forth as to the underlying reason for the higher complication rates.

1003, 2007

Actos Fracture Risk

March 10th, 2007|Categories: infertility-news, Insulin resistance|Tags: , |0 Comments

Healthcare providers are being notified by the Takeda Pharmaceuticals, the manufacturer of Actos, of a possible increased risk of fractures in women taking this medication.