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Why Transfer a Single Embryo?

Many couples are hesitant to try infertility treatment despite their dreams of starting a family. Sometimes, this is because they worry that in vitro fertilization (IVF) always leads to multiple pregnancies. Fertility doctors tend to agree that a single embryo transfer is preferable because there is a reduced risk of complications during pregnancy.

Donor Egg Pregnancy Rates

National success rates using donor eggs are 55 percent. At Dallas IVF, our pregnancy rates far exceed these national averages. Egg donors are a good choice if you have been trying IVF for several times or have a genetic disease that you don’t want to risk passing on to your child or if you are past your ovulating years.

See One Family’s Story

Fertility treatments have restored hope to countless couples. This video discusses the story of Amy and Tyler, who tried for more than a year to conceive a child. After undergoing fertility treatments from Dr. Lowell Ku, M.D., they now have two little girls.

Why Some Couples Wish to Choose the Gender of Their Baby

Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) has long been used to ensure a healthy pregnancy by screening embryos for chromosomal abnormalities or other genetic defects prior to implantation in the uterus. With this technology, fertility clinics can offer hope to couples who have struggled with infertility issues and multiple pregnancy losses.