The Goal of Infertility Treatments

One Healthy Baby at a Time

The fact is, multiple pregnancy is risky.

A multiple pregnancy is a pregnancy that contains more than one fetus. Many times, couple struggling with fertility are looking to quickly grow their family with twins. However, a multiple pregnancy carries the increased likelihood of serious, even life-threatening complications for both mother and babies.

Ultimately, the goal of infertility treatment is one healthy baby at a time.

To read more about the risks of multiple pregnancy, click on the the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) links below:

The best way to decrease your chance of having twins, triplets, or more when having IVF is by transferring one embryo at a time.

To see what the Practice Committees of the ASRM and SART recommend, click on the links below: