Failing with IVF does not mean your hopes for a baby are gone

For many couples, IVF often does not succeed on the first attempt. Your doctor may recommend further tests and lifestyle changes for you and your partner before trying another round of IVF. —

In-vitro fertilisation (IVF) offers hope to couples who are unable to conceive naturally, but its high success rate does not guarantee that you will conceive.

It is heartbreaking when IVF fails, and also, demoralising for couples.

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