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My wife and I would like to have a child, however, she has had a hysterectomy, and is only left with one ovary. She is 42, and I`m 39. We would like to use an egg from her, and sperm from me, and we have a friend located in MD that is willing to carry the baby for us. What do we need to do to get started without having to pay a surrogacy clinic outrages amounts of money? We have no idea of where to start. The woman that is willing to carry our child for us is currently pregnant, and due in June, how long after she has the child do we have to wait to have her carry ours? Thank you..
Is it possible to have a reversal with a bicornate uterus?I am 35 years old.
I had tubal reversal but did not work out so well. They told me I had no distal potion of tube L. What does that mean? does that mean they repaired my other tube?
I had a tubal ligation 4 years ago and I am 35 and my husband and I would to have one more baby. can this be done and I become pregnant.crossing my fingers for a yes
The practice is full service and certified to perform semen analysis and process sperm for IUI, utilizing sperm from the male partner or a sperm donor. All ancillary IVF services are available, including intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) to facilitate the fertilization of the egg, blastocyst culture, assisted hatching, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), embryo cryopreservation (freezing) and testicular/epididymal sperm extraction (TESE) for men with no sperm in their ejaculate.
- Infertility (IVF) Specialists
Dr. Littman attended the Georgetown University School of Medicine. Following an internship and residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Brown University School of Medicine, he completed a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Littman is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology.
Clincal Professor of Obsetrics and Gynocology at the George Washington University School of Medicine.