Scientists have claimed that a newly developed IVF screening can significantly boost the chances of conception of a 40-year-old woman.
With the help of this IVF process, a woman in her early forties can have the same chances of getting pregnant as she had ten years back. The panel of researchers from Colorado, the U.S. has claimed that the odds of pregnancy at 40 increases from 13 per cent to 60 per cent. The new IVF screening detects only those embryos that have the highest possibility of developing into a healthy foetus, thus reducing the risk of a miscarriage.
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A woman in her 40s is unlikely to get pregnant naturally and the chances are considerably low even if she undergoes IVF. However, this new IVF screening technique could turn back the biological clock. The U.S. researchers have reported that 1200 American women have already used this advanced technique.
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