New PDF release: Alison Taylor, ABC of Subfertility
By Peter Braude, Alison Taylor
Written by way of a staff of infertility specialists, this advisor addresses the advanced topic of subfertility. It starts off with analysis within the female and male prior to proposing suggestion on all sorts of assisted notion in addition to counselling aid with therapy judgements.
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However, a pregnancy, even if it results in an early pregnancy loss, may give encouragement to the couple and make it more difficult for them to decide to stop treatment. Repeated failed cycles (despite good quality embryos) are uncommon, but when they do occur the couple can feel frustrated and vulnerable. These emotions may encourage them to shop from clinic to clinic, hoping that some new treatment (for example, assisted hatching, aneuploidy screening, miscarriage treatment) may be offered to enable them to become pregnant.
Surrogacy arrangements between the commissioning couple and the surrogate mother are not legally enforceable under UK law, even when the child results from an embryo created from the gametes of the commissioning couple. Sadia Muhammed is a general practitioner in York and a member of the North Yorkshire health authority’s expert subfertility group. She is a former member of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority. The ABC of subfertility is edited by Peter Braude, professor and head of department of women’s health, Guy’s, King’s, and St Thomas’s School of Medicine, London, and Alison Taylor, consultant in reproductive medicine and director of the Guy’s and St Thomas’s assisted conception unit.
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Alison Taylor, ABC of Subfertility by Peter Braude, Alison Taylor