Taking a Peek Inside the

In This Chapter

^ Preparing for you in the lab ^ Confirming what's yours in the lab

^ Maximising your chances of a successful egg/sperm union ^ Helping your embryos to thrive ^ Boosting your chances with embryo freezing r he most important part of the IVF process happens behind closed doors in the lab, where a bunch of extremely dedicated and highly skilled embryologists work to make your dream of having a baby come true. The IVF lab is a place with strict rules: The embryologists follow detailed protocols and rigorous quality control measures to provide the ideal environment for eggs and sperm to develop into healthy embryos and to guarantee foolproof systems for keeping track of which eggs, sperm and embryos belong to you.

In this chapter, I take you inside the lab and show you how embryologists give nature a helping hand. I also explain how embryologists help you to boost your chances of IVF success by freezing some of your embryos.

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100 Pregnancy Tips

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