Posts From May, 2013



Cryopreservation/Vitrification – Freezing Technique for Sperm, Eggs and Embryos

The process of cryopreservation or Vitrification is a freezing procedure used for sperm, eggs and embryos at fertility clinics in Colorado.  The technique involves freezing and preserving the eggs and embryos so that fewer fertility drug stimulations and oocyte retrievals are needed to achieve pregnancy.  When the number of infertility procedures are reduced, the costs Read More …


When Should A Couple Seek Fertility Help at a Denver Fertility Clinic?

Infertility is medically defined as the inability to conceive a child after unprotected intercourse (i.e. no contraception) for one year.  Infertility affects over 5 million couples in the United States.  According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, nearly 9 percent of the reproductive age population is impacted by fertility problems. Not everyone can expect Read More …


What Infertility Conditions Can Be Treated With Laparoscopy?

Laparoscopy is a reproductive surgery that provides successful results for women who have trouble getting pregnant due to a variety of problems.  Laparoscopy is generally performed on an outpatient basis using a laparoscope that is inserted into the naval and through other small incisions on the abdomen.  A surgeon is able to use an endoscope Read More …


Assisted Hatching Procedure – What Is It?

Assisted hatching, known as AH, is a procedure that is performed on a cellular embryo prior to its transfer or prior to pre-implantation genetic testing.  AH usually is not performed on blastocyst embryos. The procedure of assisted hatching is sometimes needed when the outer layer of tissue surrounding the embryo does not open up the Read More …




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