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Schedule IVF clinic visit with the physician, who will speak with you in detail and perform a surrogacy information assessment. The work up varies from clinic to clinic but typically includes:

  • Vaginal ultrasound – a probe is inserted into the vagina enabling the technician to look at your uterus for polyps, scar tissue and lining thickness
  • Physical and pap smear
  • Hysteroscopy – a procedure where a small camera is placed in the uterus to look at the uterine cavity
  • Medical instruction of the IVF cycle, injections, medication use and embryo transfer
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Schedule IVF clinic visit with the physician, who will speak with you in detail and perform a surrogacy information assessment. The work up varies from clinic to clinic but typically includes:

  • Vaginal ultrasound – a probe is inserted into the vagina enabling the technician to look at your uterus for polyps, scar tissue and lining thickness
  • Physical and pap smear
  • Hysteroscopy – a procedure where a small camera is placed in the uterus to look at the uterine cavity
  • Medical instruction of the IVF cycle, injections, medication use and embryo transfer
test2

Schedule IVF clinic visit with the physician, who will speak with you in detail and perform a surrogacy information assessment. The work up varies from clinic to clinic but typically includes:

  • Vaginal ultrasound – a probe is inserted into the vagina enabling the technician to look at your uterus for polyps, scar tissue and lining thickness
  • Physical and pap smear
  • Hysteroscopy – a procedure where a small camera is placed in the uterus to look at the uterine cavity
  • Medical instruction of the IVF cycle, injections, medication use and embryo transfer
test2

Schedule IVF clinic visit with the physician, who will speak with you in detail and perform a surrogacy information assessment. The work up varies from clinic to clinic but typically includes:

  • Vaginal ultrasound – a probe is inserted into the vagina enabling the technician to look at your uterus for polyps, scar tissue and lining thickness
  • Physical and pap smear
  • Hysteroscopy – a procedure where a small camera is placed in the uterus to look at the uterine cavity
  • Medical instruction of the IVF cycle, injections, medication use and embryo transfer

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