in vitro fertilization
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Lyzander Jones and his wife, Myesha, have been trying to have a baby for 4 years. They now have new hope thanks to the “Helping Heroes Build Families” program.
Whether it’s a demanding career or the struggle to find Mr. Right, more women are postponing motherhood. Advancements in medicine have made it easier than ever to have children at 40 — even 50. But pregnancy later in life is not without controversy.
Until now, the thinking with in vitro fertilization has been that implanting several embryos improves the chances of having a baby, but new research shows that’s not always the case.