Thursday, February 20, 2020

AMH test and your fertility: 9 things you need to know for women with in...



Confused about the AMH blood test and what it means for your fertility? What does low AMH indicate? Can you raise AMH? Dr. Morris makes it easy to understand.

Dr Randy Morris MD-The BOARD CERTIFIED fertility expert with weekly TTC tips on InfertilityTV

Topics covered in this video

1) Low AMH indicates ovarian reserve
2) Anything that damages your ovaries, can reduce your AMH
3) High AMH is common in PCOS
4) For women who don't have infertility, AMH doesn’t predict ability to get pregnant
5) Low AMH does not mean it's impossible to get pregnant
6) AMH is a good predictor of response to fertility medications
7) AMH levels can fluctuate
8) AMH cannot determine how quickly your fertility will decline
9) There are no supplements or medications which will improve your AMH

Infertility TV is your weekly source for the best medical information if you have infertility, recurrent miscarriage or are just trying to conceive. (TTC). InfertilityTV covers infertility testing, fertility treatments such as Clomid, Follistim and Crinone and fertility treatments like IUI and IVF (in vitro fertilization)

One of the most popular playlists on InfertilityTV are the TTC tips which are great even you are not struggling with infertility

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Thursday, February 13, 2020

IVF after age 40 - 5 important facts to know from an IVF Expert



IVF Expert Dr Randy Morris MD answers common questions about IVF after age 40. IVF Pregnancy rates, miscarriage rates, DHEA and More

Dr Randy Morris isThe BOARD CERTIFIED fertility expert with weekly TTC tips on InfertilityTV

Infertility TV is your weekly source for the best medical information if you have infertility, recurrent miscarriage or are just trying to conceive. (TTC). InfertilityTV covers infertility testing, fertility treatments such as Clomid, Follistim and Crinone and fertility treatments like IUI and IVF (in vitro fertilization)

One of the most popular playlists on InfertilityTV are the TTC tips which are great even you are not struggling with infertility

Dr Morris is a practicing IVF and infertility expert who sees patients at IVF! located in the Naperville Fertility Center.

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Thursday, February 06, 2020

Answers to Viewers questions: Ovulation bleeding, Endometriosis





Dr Randy Morris MD-The BOARD CERTIFIED #fertility expert answers viewers questions about #TTC with #ovulation bleeding, #endometriosis and #uterine abnormalities .



#InfertilityTV is your weekly source for the best medical information if you have #infertility, #recurrentmiscarriage or are just #tryingtoconceive. (TTC). InfertilityTV covers #infertilitytesting, #fertilitytreatments such as #Clomid, #Follistim and #Crinone and fertility treatments like #IUI and #IVF (#invitrofertilization)



One of the most popular playlists on InfertilityTV are the TTC tips which are great even you are not struggling with infertility



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Thursday, January 30, 2020

IVF - How long does it take to get pregnant?



A common question that we get here at IVF1 is - How long does it take to get pregnant with IVF? Seems like a simple question but the answer is a little complicated and is not going to be the same for everybody. Check out this episode to learn what you need to know.

Dr Randy Morris MD-The BOARD CERTIFIED fertility expert with weekly TTC tips on InfertilityTV



Infertility TV is your weekly source for the best medical information if you have infertility, recurrent miscarriage or are just trying to conceive. (TTC). InfertilityTV covers infertility testing, fertility treatments such as Clomid, Follistim and Crinone and fertility treatments like IUI and IVF (in vitro fertilization)



One of the most popular playlists on InfertilityTV are the TTC tips which are great even you are not struggling with infertility



Dr Morris is a practicing IVF and infertility expert who sees patients at IVF! located in the Naperville Fertility Center.



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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Natural fertility treatment. Finally, a breakthrough with actual scienti...



Getting pregnant naturally is what every couple would like to do but it doesn't work for all. There are tons of ridiculous and unproven remedies on YouTube that you should avoid. Today on InfertilityTV we are going to discuss a natural fertility treatment with ACTUAL SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE that may help you conceive naturally without fertility drugs or IVF.

For more information Visit naturalfertility.doctor

Dr Randy Morris MD-The BOARD CERTIFIED fertility expert with weekly TTC tips on InfertilityTV

Infertility TV is your weekly source for the best medical information if you have infertility, recurrent miscarriage or are just trying to conceive. (TTC). InfertilityTV covers infertility testing, fertility treatments such as Clomid, Follistim and Crinone and fertility treatments like IUI and IVF (in vitro fertilization)

One of the most popular playlists on InfertilityTV are the TTC tips which are great even you are not struggling with infertility

Dr Morris is a practicing IVF and infertility expert who sees patients at IVF! located in the Naperville Fertility Center.

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Thursday, January 16, 2020

Could my IVF cycle get cancelled?



There are several steps to the IVF process from starting fertility meds to embryo transfer. Not everybody gets through all of the steps. Fertility doctors call this a cancelled cycle. Learn the common reasons why IVF cycles get cancelled.

Dr Randy Morris MD-The BOARD CERTIFIED fertility expert with weekly TTC tips on InfertilityTV

Infertility TV is your weekly source for the best medical information if you have infertility, recurrent miscarriage or are just trying to conceive. (TTC). InfertilityTV covers infertility testing, fertility treatments such as Clomid, Follistim and Crinone and fertility treatments like IUI and IVF (in vitro fertilization)

One of the most popular playlists on InfertilityTV are the TTC tips which are great even you are not struggling with infertility

Dr Morris is a practicing IVF and infertility expert who sees patients at IVF! located in the Naperville Fertility Center.

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A new episode of Infertility TV is broadcast weekly every Thursday afternoon

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Thursday, January 09, 2020

Is PGD necessary when doing IVF with Egg Donation?



PGD (also known as preimplantation genetic testing or PGT) can identify abnormal embryos during IVF. Is it necessary when using egg donation?

Human beings make lots of abnormal, nonviable embryos. The most common type are embryos that do not have the correct number of chromosomes. The older a woman gets, the higher the percentage of embryos will have chromosome abnormalities.

There are three possible outcomes if embryos with chromosome abnormalities are placed into your uterus. Most of the time, the embryos don't implant and you simply don’t get pregnant. Of those that do implant, most will miscarry. Chromosome abnormality is the most common cause of miscarriage. A very small number of abnormal embryos will result in live born babies. These babies will have birth defects such as Edward’s Syndrome which will cause the death of 90% of babies before they are 1 year old.

So, should testing for abnormal embryos be performed on all IVF cycles including Egg Donor cycles? Maybe not. Let’s look at the three problems I listed before.

Will it help you to get pregnant?

As an IVF expert, I am looking to see whether I get more women pregnant using PGT compared to not using PGT.

Younger women make fewer abnormal embryos than older women. Egg donors are usually young so egg donors usually have a lower percentage of abnormal embryos. That means that any embryo that my embryologists choose for transfer, is less likely to be abnormal if it comes from an egg donor. So testing all embryos is less useful in egg donors than it is for older women.

In fact, several studies have failed to find a difference in the chance for pregnancy when comparing IVF cycles in younger women and egg donors with tested embryos compared to the same younger women who had transfer of untested embryos.

In other words, using tested embryos in younger women did not improve the chance for success. Currently, embryo testing is very costly so it may not make sense for younger women and young egg donors.

This does not mean that it is impossible for a few individuals within those groups to benefit from testing. But there won’t be very many that will benefit. Most of the time, couples using an egg donor will have the same chance for success without PGT.

When does it make sense to use PGT in egg donor cycles? If a couple is interested in gender selection, then embryo testing is needed or if the male partner has a known chromosome problem like a translocation, then PGT may be warranted.


Dr Randy Morris MD-The BOARD CERTIFIED fertility expert with weekly TTC tips on InfertilityTV

Infertility TV is your weekly source for the best medical information if you have infertility, recurrent miscarriage or are just trying to conceive. (TTC). InfertilityTV covers infertility testing, fertility treatments such as Clomid, Follistim and Crinone and fertility treatments like IUI and IVF (in vitro fertilization)

One of the most popular playlists on InfertilityTV are the TTC tips which are great even you are not struggling with infertility

Dr Morris is a practicing IVF and infertility expert who sees patients at IVF! located in the Naperville Fertility Center.

Increase your "Infertelligence" ™

Subscribe to Infertility TV now!!!
A new episode of Infertility TV is broadcast weekly every Thursday afternoon

or visit our website at IVF1.com

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#PGD #IVF #EggDonation