You might have noticed that there is a lot of breaking fertility news this week. That's because ESHRE is taking place in Amsterdam and everyone is publishing their scientific papers and sending out press releases.
So, once again there are articles in the press that are grabbing for attention. Some are things that we have known for years but are written with a new slant. We are reading once again about why laptops reduce male fertility (it's the heat dummy!), or why bicycle riding is bad for sperm production, or my personal favorite of this week's fertility news - daily sex improves sperm quality! I don't know if it does or doesn't - but if the men can't play with their computers, or ride their bikes - they might as well do something constructive with their time! Right?
So, in this sea of press releases, today, Dr. David Kreiner (the doctor that I work with), a nationally renowned Long Island reproductive specialist, has decided to take on the long-standing moral and medical dilemma of multiples with a unique approach to IVF designed to make single embryo transfer (SET) the standard of care available to everyone.