Reduces the rates of multiple births from transferring too many embryos.
Reduces the amount of embryos requiring destruction from each In Vitro Fertilization.
Increases pregnancy rates by increasing the chances of viable embryo transfers at rounds with appropriate hormone levels.
Increases the chance of future pregnancies for women at risk for requiring chemotherapy. Patients can freeze oocytes before beginning the treatment procedures, which may have side-effects causing menopause or inability to have children.
Increases the chance of pregnancy for women who may be married late.