Embryo Cheating

In the normal course of reproduction, an embryo makes its way into the uterus on Day 5. It then usually attaches and implants on Day 7. However, when it comes to IVF and frozen embryo transfers, it’s actually possible to “cheat the system”- and it still works!

Southeastern Fertility Co-Director Dr. John Gordon and IVF Coordinator Lynda McCollum explain, with their trademark brand of fun thrown in, in this video. By the way, what do you think of Dr. Gordon’s new Management Resolution Device?!

To schedule your free 15-minute telemedicine consult with Co-Director Dr. John Gordon, call 865-777-0088 or click here. To learn more about Southeastern Fertility, including our mission, values and team, click here. To learn more about IVF with Southeastern Fertility, click here.

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