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The use of single embryo transfer in IVF is a way to reduce the risk of multiples when fertility drugs help create multiple eggs for fertilization.Atlanta fertility doctor David Keenan, who treats fertility patients at Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine provides more information.

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All injectable fertility drugs that stimulate the ovaries have one thing in common, the hormone FSH (follicle stimulating hormone), explains Dr. Daniel Shapiro, an Atlanta fertility doctor with Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta. These fertility drugs drugs are used with some IUI cycles and in IVF cycles.

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In general, pregnancy success rates using donor egg are high because the eggs are from women in their 20s. Dr. Jim Toner, a fertility doctor with Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine, explains that the use of genetic testing further increases the success rates, even with single embryo transfer.

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Donor egg disclosure is advised, but it's a personal matter and a number of issues should be taken into account. Dr. Daniel Shapiro, Medical Director of Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta, GA, and Clinical Director of My Egg Bank, N.A. explains.

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Once eggs and embryos are frozen, or cryopreserved, they can remain in that state for years, or even decades, according to Dr. Jim Toner, a fertility doctor with Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine.

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Dr. Jim Toner, a fertility doctor with Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine, talks about the pros and cons of fresh and frozen donor egg cycles.

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Dr. Daniel Shapiro, believes that the advances in genetic testing, including the ability to know which disease-causing genes we carry, will become part of our natural conversations in the near future. Dr. Shapiro is Medical Director of Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta, GA, and Clinical Director of My Egg Bank, N.A.

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Dr. Daniel Shapiro, Medical Director of Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta, GA, explains that while the terms gestational surrogate and gestational carrier are synonymous, gestational carrier is more commonly used today.

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FSH levels vary throughout the menstrual cycle. A high FSH level on day 3 of the cycle can empower you and your fertility doctor with information, and help guide a treatment plan. Dr. Pavna Brahma, an Atlanta fertility doctor explains.

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There are three main IVF protocols used. In part one of this three-part series, Dr. Daniel Shapiro, an Atlanta Fertility Doctor with Reproductive Biology Associates, explains the Luteal Down Regulation Protocol.

To learn more about IVF protocols, view Dr. Shapiro's videos about the Antagonist Protocol and Low Responder Protocol.

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