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In vitro fertilization, or IVF, is a procedure where a sperm and an egg are combined outside of a woman's body to make an embryo, which is then placed back into the woman's womb. IVF is a choice for couples who are not a... More »

Statistics compiled by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention indicate pregnancy occurs in 29.4 percent of in-vitro fertilizations, with 22.4 percent resulting in live births, states WebMD. The success rate ultima... More »

In vitro fertilization works by bringing an egg and sperm together in a laboratory setting to achieve the goal of fertilization, according to WebMD. After the egg is fertilized, it is implanted back into the uterus with ... More »

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WebMD explains that during the process of in vitro fertilization, both egg and sperm are brought together in a laboratory setting to allow the sperm to fertilize the egg. The fertilized eggs are then placed back in the u... More »

There is no scientific evidence that proves that particular foods eaten on the day of embryo transfer or after an in vitro fertilization, or IVF, cycle will help a woman achieve better results, however, doctors do recomm... More »

According to the American Pregnancy Association, it's almost impossible to know the exact date of conception unless a woman has undergone artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization. Typically, for women with regul... More »

According to WebMD, the process of in vitro fertilization works by taking eggs and sperm and bringing them together under laboratory conditions to allow the sperm to fertilize the egg. The fertilized eggs are then placed... More »