In vitro fertilization (IVF) describes a complex series of procedures that can be performed for a variety of infertility issues. It is regarded as the most effective type of assisted reproductive technology available. IVF is also done to help prevent genetic problems and assist with conception. In sum, the process involves the collection of mature eggs from ovaries and their fertilization by sperm in a laboratory. The embryo(s), which are the fertilized egg(s), are then placed in the uterus to develop and grow until they are ready to be born.
Navigating IVF Treatment at Sheba: Hailey's Journey to Motherhood
Navigating complex and uncertain emotions is a common experience for individuals undergoing IVF treatment. Hailey, a determined woman with a desire to embrace motherhood, embarked…Read More
World Cancer Day: Sheba’s Dedication to Cancer Care
February 4th marks World Cancer Day, a day of global observance and, most importantly, a golden opportunity to raise awareness of this deadly and multifaceted…Read More
Revolutionizing Care: AIDOC's Impact in Sheba's Critical Treatments
Following the attacks on October 7th, Sheba saw a steady flow of patients admitted into the ICU with an array of horrific injuries. An array…Read More