Houston Fertility Center

Houston Fertility Center


IVF for Obstructed Fallopian Tubes

When fallopian tubes are obstructed, in vitro fertilization (IVF) may be worth performing. Our fertility doctors explain the benefits of this treatment.

Sonja Kristiansen, MD Jul 29, 2019

IVF After Tubal Ligation

In vitro fertilization (IVF) can be used on women who’ve undergo tubal ligation as a form of birth control. Let’s consider the benefits of this…

Sonja Kristiansen, MD Jul 16, 2019

IVF for Failed IUI Cycles

If intrauterine insemination (IUI) has failed, fertility doctors may recommend in vitro fertilization (IVF) instead to help you become pregnant.

Sonja Kristiansen, MD Jun 29, 2019

Reciprocal IVF Success Rates

Reciprocal IVF can help lesbian couples experience pregnancy and childbirth. Let’s discuss success rates and the LGBTQ family building treatment process.

Sonja Kristiansen, MD Jun 16, 2019

Egg Fertilization and Pregnancy Rate After IVF

After IVF, some women become pregnant through natural means. Let’s go over the egg fertilization rate after professional fertility treatment.

Sonja Kristiansen, MD May 29, 2019

Why Should You Avoid Taking a Home Pregnancy Test after IVF?

Although it can be tempting, we advise patients to avoid taking a home pregnancy test after IVF. The results may not be reliable, and these…

Sonja Kristiansen, MD May 16, 2019

IVF after Essure

After using the birth control Essure, a woman can undergo reversal surgery or in vitro fertilization (IVF). Let’s compare fertility treatment options.

Sonja Kristiansen, MD Apr 29, 2019

Assisted Hatching and Twins

Assisted hatching during in vitro fertilization (IVF) could increase the chances of twins and multiple births. Our fertility specialists consider these risks and benefits.

Sonja Kristiansen, MD Apr 16, 2019

Embryo Options after IVF

Learn more about your embryo options following IVF treatment with Dr. Sonja Kristiansen.

Sonja Kristiansen, MD Mar 29, 2019

How Long Do Frozen Embryos Last?

Dr. Sonja Kristiansen discusses the length of time that a frozen embryo can remain viable.

Sonja Kristiansen, MD Mar 15, 2019

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