More babies being born with fertility help in the U.S.

More babies being born with fertility help in the U.S.

More babies being born across the country are done so with a little help. Two percent of children conceived in the U.S. are now done so with advanced fertility help.

In 2012, in vitro fertilization helped a record of nearly 62,000 babies be born. That is 2,000 more than the previous year.

Babies conceived through IVF now make up more than one-percent of all births in the nation. New advances in this technology is also leading more women to turn to this option.

More women are now using one embryo at a time to avoid multiple births.