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    Using a Gestational Carrier

    The job of a gestational carrier is to carry a pregnancy for another woman or couple through to delivery. Using a gestational carrier may be an option for a woman who does not have a uterus or who has a medical condition that prevents her from safely carrying a pregnancy. Role of the Gestational Carrier

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    Medical Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy

    An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that occurs outside the uterus. Since these abnormal pregnancies can result in life threatening bleeding, all ectopic pregnancies require medical treatment. Understanding Ectopic Pregnancy Only 2 percent or fewer pregnancies occur outside the uterus. The overwhelming majority of ectopic pregnancies (approximately 95 percent) occur in the fallopian tubes. Rarely

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    Elective Single Embryo Transfer (eSET)

    Elective single embryo transfer – eSET – is when a woman undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) makes a choice to have only one embryo transferred to her uterus in place of multiple embryos. Advantages of Elective Single Embryo Transfer Improvements in the technology and techniques of IVF have led to higher implantation rates, elevating the

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    Women with common ovary problem may not get recommended tests

    (Reuters Health) – A recent study by URA physicians has drawn attention from a national news service! Dr. Amy Dhesi, a former URA fellow, worked with Drs. Morelli and McGovern to publish an important study about PCOS. The study found that despite published guidelines, many women with PCOS are not adequately screened by their OB/GYNs