Getting conceived and trying to conceive, both has a world of difference. Millions of couples don’t even know about the issue faced by some duos during the pregnancy because they attain their pregnancy without any obstacles and that is really very fortunate! If you are in the way of pregnancy then a big Congratulation from the team of We Care IVF Surrogacy as you are about to enter the golden days parenthood. And the one who is experiencing any kind of difficulty having own baby, and trying to conceive but couldn’t make it happen, for them there are several procedures to conceive.
Basically fertility treatment is sub-divided into two parts; the first one is basic medication/process used to resolve basic fertility issues and the second one is advanced fertility treatment, wherein IVF, ICSI, and more procedures comes.
The first procedure to treat fertility issue is ovulation medication and the second is Intra-Uterine insemination. Talking about advanced fertility methods, IVF has taken a famed name solving any fertility problems. If you are trying to conceive for the past twelve consecutive months, then might be the specialist suggests the couple to go for In vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment.
IVF is one of the most common form of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) used by couples who are trying to conceive but and unable due to infertility.IVF process can be performed by various ways. IVF treatment is a type of ART infertility treatment which can treat either male infertility or female infertility.
How many procedures do in vitro involve and what should couple know about IVF before choosing this type of this infertility treatment?
Know more about In Vitro Fertilization treatment?
In vitro fertilization is an assisted reproduction procedure in which the egg and sperm are united in the lab (in vitro).
- The very first step of IVF is ovulation induction performed in order to stimulate the production of several follicles and as a result, several eggs. This procedure is stimulated by administering hormonal medications, such as hSG, FSH or Clomiphene.
During the fertility medication, a woman’s hormone levels are checked using a blood test to analyze egg production. Also few ultrasounds are performed, because this allows the fertility specialist to check for the development of egg follicles.
- Second step of IVF is the egg-retrieval; eggs are harvested once they are mature, but before they are ready for release. Timing is very important for this part of the IVF procedure, as harvesting the eggs too soon means that they will be too immature to be fertilized, while waiting too long will result in the eggs being too mature for harvesting and they may also be spontaneously released by the body.
An ultrasound is used in order to locate mature follicles and a long thin needle is passed through the vagina to the ovaries, drawing in fluid from the mature follicles. An immediate observation is performed in order to determine whether eggs have been retrieved; several eggs are retrieved in this manner and then placed in an incubator. Once the eggs are harvested, the woman is given a progesterone supplement in order to make the uterine lining ideal for implantation.
- The next part of IVF treatment is the collection of sperm, either from the male partner or through a sperm donor. The sperm is then placed in a Petrie dish with the collected eggs and placed in an incubator, so as to mimic the temperature of a woman’s body. The sperm and eggs are left to mix for a period of 14 to 18 hours. A microscope is used to observe whether or not fertilization has occurred.
- When fertilization has occurred, the embryos are transferred into the woman’s body 2 to 5 days after fertilization has taken place using a tube that releases the embryos into the uterus for implantation.
Two weeks after the embryos are transferred; your doctor will perform a blood test in order to check for pregnancy. The number of embryos varies according to the clinic and to the couple, however, on average, 2 to 4 embryos are transferred. The entire in vitro procedure takes four to six weeks.
Is In Vitro Fertilization for You?
IVF treatment is the best way to attain pregnancy when the couple has been trying to conceive for the past twelve month. It can be used to treat both male infertility and female infertility. It is particularly beneficial if one or more of the following is the cause of infertility.
- The female partner has ovarian issues that affect the release and production of eggs
- The female partner has tubal problems, such as blocked or damaged fallopian tubes
- if the female partner suffers from severe endometriosis
- If the female partner has fibroid tumors or an abnormal uterus shape
- If the male partner has a low sperm count, low sperm motility or if he has irregular sperm function
IVF Success Rates
The success rate of IVF treatment varies according to a woman’s age. The young the woman is, more productive result can be. If the woman is in her 20’s, the success rate could be as high as 65%. However, if she has crossed the age of thirty’s and is in her forties, she has around a 30 -35% chance of successfully getting pregnant.
Approximate 65% of women get pregnant using IVF, while 49% of women have a live birth after undergoing in vitro fertilization.
The team of We Care IVF Surrogacy offers the IVF treatment with the best success rate and proficient fertility expert. We Care IVF Surrogacy is one of the leading fertility agencies that give all type of fertility treatment across globe at the best price.
Know about Pros and Cons about IVF treatment –
The Pros of IVF
There are multiple facts in support with IVF treatment; one of them is this process is considered as a safe and out of harm’s way process; without any trouble, a couple undergoes all the process of it. It is relatively reliable procedure.
On top, IVF treatment has never been associated to any medical issues. Through the IVF treatment, women who have crossed their fertility age can also become mother by choosing IVF with donor egg. There are some advanced processes, which when combined with IVF treatment give best result.
The Cons of IVF
One of the foremost downside of IVF treatment is that it is a bit costly infertility treatment procedure. Yes, it is! However, there are some payment modes available in different centres that relax the couple’s financial matter.
IVF also has the probability of having the twins or even multiple births. Apart from these cons, there is not such any major aspect that needs to be mentioned. Each one’s body and reproductive function is different, and that’s why some women might get affected by the fertility medication. For this reason, the specialist takes a proper evaluation of the patient before beginning the procedure.