IVF misconceptions and significant Gaps in Fertility Knowledge

Less than 2% of IVF procedures are successful for women in their mid-late 40s using their own eggs

Study reveals Canadians’ most common fertility misconceptions
Less than 2% of IVF procedures are successful for women in their mid-late 40s using their own eggs

While one in six couples currently struggle with infertility, new research indicates that this may come as a surprise given most people have  a startling lack of knowledge about their own fertility. It also reveals those numbers are likely to rise in the coming years as more women and men delay childbearing – which can lead to costly procedures and complicated births. ”

Read UBC Study Reveals Significant Gaps in Fertility KnowledgeCanada Newswire, March 27, 2013

Read Study reveals Canadians’ most common fertility misconceptionsCTV British Columbia, April 1, 2013

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