The Ultimate Diagnostic Test
If you’ve been going through all the right steps with your doctor and even testing well on the diagnostics but not finding success or getting answers, it could be a direct result of your laboratory. Working with a highly-experienced lab during IVF is the ultimate diagnostic test for your infertility (and the reason why Knowing Your Lab is so important to IVF success).
Even if you have excellent ovarian reserve, embryologists may discover after retrieval that poor egg quality is keeping you from getting pregnant. Or, if you and your partner are working with both high-quality egg and semen, poor fertilization, embryo development or an implantation problem could be to blame. All of these issues for often unexplained infertility can only be identified and diagnosed by your lab during the IVF process. Which means, finding a solution will ultimately depend on your lab and the experience and
skill of its embryologists.
In the end, working with a highly-experienced laboratory like aParent IVF will save precious time for you and your doctor, allowing for faster answers and a more precise treatment plan to create healthy, viable embryos for implantation. Once created, we can preserve your fertility by freezing any surplus embryos for use down the road.