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Ugh! Another failed IVF cycle with your own eggs.  WTF! 

I know you probably already know this but IVF doesn't always work.  

According to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies or SART, there is a 45% chance of IVF working for women under the age of 35. As you go up in age, the chances of IVF working goes down and for women over the age of 42 the chances are about 2.8%. This data is from 2020 which is the most recent data available.

On today's episode we are talking about five reasons why IVF with your own eggs might not be working and what you can do about it. 

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