Fertility Blog

What is preimplantation genetic testing?

Depending on a woman’s age, the chance of getting pregnant with an IVF may be about 40%. Why isn’t it higher? Well, we think that the most likely reason women don’t get pregnant with IVF is that the embryo is not genetically normal, or it does not have the right number of chromosomes (this is… read more


Natural IVF and Mini IVF

The decision to pursue a fertility treatment involves deliberation of personal, medical and financial considerations. At Ohio Reproductive Medicine in Columbus, Ohio, a reproductive endocrinologist will help you weigh and balance the pros and cons of your options, and recommend a treatment that they think will provide you with the best chance for a successful… read more


The Power of One! Laura Londra MD, FACOG

The Power of One! Laura Londra MD, FACOG I have found that an increasing number of couples here in Ohio have become aware of the risks of transferring multiple embryos. While having twins can be wonderful for the parents in many ways, it is important to remember that “the more the merrier” does always hold… read more


Bedrest or Normal Routine? Study shows that bedrest after IVF may negatively affect outcome

Bedrest or Normal Routine? Study shows that bedrest after IVF may negatively affect outcome Might seem counterintuitive, but this meta-analysis shows that bedrest following IVF and ICSI treatments may negatively affect outcome http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26986834 Laura Londra, MD