If you’re considering IVF, you probably have a lot of questions about the procedure. You likely know the basics — an egg and sperm are combined in a lab to create an embryo, which is then implanted in the uterus to hopefully grow into a baby.
But modern technology, like embryonic genetic testing, has changed the way IVF is done. Learn more from Dr. Robert Colver, reproductive endocrinologist and fertility specialist at Midwest Fertility. Dr. Colver explains how genetic testing makes IVF easier and more effective with just one embryo.