HealthWatch: In Vitro Fertilization

Many couples who have trouble conceiving turn to in vitro fertilization (IVF).

For couples undergoing in vitro fertilization, the number of embryos to implant in the mother is a difficult and controversial decision.

Until now, the thinking has been that implanting several embryos improves the chances of having a baby, but new research shows that’s not the case, and more may not always be better.

CBS 2’s Dr. Holly Phillips has the details.

  • Lisa Wollerstein-Whitmore

    You don’t IMPLANT embryos- you transfer them back to the uterus. You HOPE AND PRAY that they implant. I wish there was one freaking reporter that would get this right!

  • Dalele Blanc

    People should never forget that real health depends how well you take care of yourself and not what health insurance you carry but I agree health insurance is important for every one. Search “Wise Health Insurance” online for dollar a day insurance plans.

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