I have posted a number of articles about women and couples who conceive naturally either after having a baby through IVF or after failed IVF. A recently published study confirms that about 30% of couples will go on to have a natural conception after IVF. These numbers are certainly encouraging if you are currently undergoing fertility treatments and want to quit or if your fertility treatments failed. Although I wasn't part of the study, you can count me in as a so called "hopeless case" that went on to conceive naturally. IVF "blew out" one of my fallopian tubes with an ectopic pregnancy (tubal pregnancies are more common with IVF) and I still went on to conceive naturally at the age of 44. So assisted reproduction isn't always the answer. For the complete study, click here:
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