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Volunteer, help add to the knowledge that could benefit all infertility patients.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has funded the creation of a nationwide research pool of current and former infertility patients.
The Infertility Family Research Registry, or IFRR, helps centralize information on infertility, gives families a way to learn about research studies, and provides researchers a way to find research participants.
What are the goals of the IFRR?
- Add to the medical knowledge that could help all infertility patients.
- Assist in studies of infertility and mental health, long-term medical aspects, and newborn and child development.
- Improve the treatment of infertility in the U.S.
How does the IFRR work?
Current and former infertility patients are invited to join the volunteer registry.
You will be notified of research projects for which you or a family member qualify. You decide whether or not to participate in the project.
After you enter information on your own experience, you will learn how your history compares with that of other volunteers.
Who can participate?
- Individuals or couples, regardless of where you are in the family building process.
- People who have had or are having difficulty conceiving a pregnancy or carrying to live birth.
- People who had no difficulty getting pregnant, to serve as study controls.
- People who have undergone fertility treatment, including in vitro fertilization(IVF).
- Egg donors and sperm donors.
- We welcome those trying to have a child and those who have already completed their families through treatment of adoption.
For more information and to register
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IFRR participants will receive newsletters and updates sharing the discoveries that come from IFRR studies.