Physicians and scientists at GENESIS publish medical study describing a method to avoid twins from IVF

Physicians and scientists at GENESIS publish medical study that describes which women going through IVF are most likely to conceive twins following an embryo transfer of more than a single embryo. Women between the ages of 34 and 40 who have an AMH equal to or greater than 2.8 ng/ml may be more likely to conceive twins than women with AMH less than 2.8 if transferring more than a single embryo. Thus, it may be prudent that women seriously consider an elective single embryo transfer if this is their first IVF attempt and they have a recent AMH equal to or greater than 2.8 ng/ml which is accompanied by more than one “good” quality embryo. Authors of the study include Reshef Tal, David Seifer, Henry Malter, Richard Grazi. The study appears in Reproductive BioMedicine Online . . . read more

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