IVF Study: Multiple Treatments Increases Chances of Conception

IVF (in vitro fertilization) can help many couples who are facing fertility problems finally conceive, but the success rates of IVF, especially with limited attempts at conception, are far from perfect. For years, medical researchers have looked for ways to improve the success rates of IVF, which average from 20 percent to 35 percent according to RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. IVF Study:¬†More than 60 Percent Success Now, a new study from researchers in the UK has found prolonging IVF treatment can significantly boost a woman’s chances of becoming pregnant using the technique with her own eggs. The findings are especially important because most women give up on IVF treatment…