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Suggest best methods for IVF?

Hi
My husband 30 and I 27 miscarried in November. I am wondering if it is possible to use his sperm and my eggs fertilized and then place back into me? If so are there any specific things required for this to be done or is the available for anyone?
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Mon, 23 Jan 2017
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Dear Ms, yes it is possible .you will receive an ovulation induction that will stimulate your ovaries to produce multiple ova. then on the day of IVF these oocytes will be aspirated from you. then your husband will produce a semen sample by masturabtion . then sperms will be taken from your husband's sample providing that he has motile sperms in his semen. these sperms will be used to fertilize the oocytes . fertilized embryos will be transferred to your uterus after 3 or 5 days from the oocytes aspiration
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Suggest best methods for IVF?

Dear Ms, yes it is possible .you will receive an ovulation induction that will stimulate your ovaries to produce multiple ova. then on the day of IVF these oocytes will be aspirated from you. then your husband will produce a semen sample by masturabtion . then sperms will be taken from your husband s sample providing that he has motile sperms in his semen. these sperms will be used to fertilize the oocytes . fertilized embryos will be transferred to your uterus after 3 or 5 days from the oocytes aspiration