Janet Is Trying an Experimental Technology Where She Has Some
Janet is trying an experimental technology where she has some of her eggs saved for a later implantation date. Janet is using a procedure called:
A) egg freezing.
B) fertility drugs.
C) multiple births.
When infertility is traced to non-ovulation, the most common treatment is:
A) artificial insemination.
B) surrogate mothering.
C) fertility drugs.
D) sex therapy.
About two-thirds of the increase in multiple births appears to be attributable to:
A) older maternal age.
B) younger maternal age.
C) increased use of ovulation-enhancing drugs.
Essentially, in vitro fertilization is:
A) the fertilization of an egg outside of the body.
B) insemination of an egg while still in the uterus.
C) insertion of eggs from another woman, then insemination.
D) the use of a surrogate.