Ectopic Pregnancies & Fertility: Can You Still Get Pregnant After One?

Approximately one in every 50 pregnancies in the United States is ectopic. Ectopic pregnancies, also known as tubal pregnancies, occur when a fertilized egg grows in the wrong place (e.g., ovary, fallopian tube, cervix or abdominal cavity). Most ectopic pregnancies—nearly 98 percent—occur in the fallopian tube. Unfortunately, ectopic pregnancies cannot move or be moved to … Continued

Why IVF Success Rates Matter

When choosing a fertility clinic, IVF success rates may be one of the first statistics you review, and with good reason. In addition to other factors, IVF success rates DO matter, because they can indicate a high level of success and credibility for a clinic. What’s more, when you consider that successful IVF and a … Continued