Dr Wayne Maxson explains the process of traditional IVF. In vitro fertilization (IVF) was initially developed as a way to allow women with blocked fallopian tubes to become pregnant. Since its introduction, however, IVF has also been beneficial for couples suffering from male factor infertility, endometriosis, premature ovarian failure, and unexplained infertility. It is also an option for patients who have had a surgical sterilization procedure and would now like to have another child.
At our offices near Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in vitro fertilization, also called IVF, is a cornerstone of many treatments that help our patients overcome infertility.