The success rate for IVF treatment has greatly improved since the late 1970s when the technique was first introduced. Although your chance of having a baby with IVF depends largely on factors beyond your control — such as how many eggs you produce in response to your drug protocol and whether your eggs and sperm turn into healthy embryos — recent research shows that getting into shape before starting IVF treatment can influence the odds in your favour. This mostly involves things you should be doing anyway to stay healthy — there's no rocket science to it!
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