There has been a lot of discussion over the last few years and moreover so recently regarding the accuracy of success rates following IVF treatment, as they are reported by various fertility clinics all over the world.
Secondary infertility is a term that many women and couples all over the world are familiar with. As the word itself describes, secondary infertility, is practically the inability to conceive or give birth to a child following a previously successful pregnancy.
That is definitely, a tricky question. Many women above 40, and generally couples pursuing treatment, reaching a certain point in their lives, where they start exploring their IVF options, have heard at least once, the scary word of PGS.
IVF was initially developed for the treatment of infertile women with closed fallopian tubes, only to become today the best option for many infertile couples with different problems, who want to maximize their chances of becoming parents.