What Causes of Infertility Can IVF Treat?
When it comes to infertility, IVF may be a choice if you or your companion have been diagnosed with:
Low sperm counts
Problems with the uterus or fallopian tubes
Problems with ovulation
Immunizing difficulties that harm sperm or eggs
The weakness of sperm to enter in the cervical mucus
An unexplained pregnancy
IVF (In-Vitro Fertilisation) is a form of assisted reproductive technology (ART). This involves proper medical procedures that are used to help a woman become pregnant. It is usually attempted when other, fertility procedures have failed.
The five basic steps of In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF):
Stimulation which is also called superovulation.
Medicines, called fertility pills, are given to the woman to increase egg production. Usually, a woman produces one or two egg per month. Fertility pills increase the production of eggs. During this action, the woman will have regular transvaginal ultrasounds to monitor the female reproductive system and blood tests to check hormone levels.
Follicular aspiration is done to separate the eggs from the woman’s body. During the egg retrieval ivf1, some amount of anesthesia is given to the woman so she does not feel pain during the operation. Using ultrasound pictures as a guide, the health care provider injects a thin needle through the vagina and into the ovary and follicles carrying the eggs. The needle is attached to a suction device, which removes the egg and liquid out of each follicle, one at a time. The procedure is repeated for the other ovary. There may be some cramping after the procedure, but it will go away within a day. In some cases, a pelvic laparoscopy may be required to remove the eggs. If a woman cannot produce any eggs, donated eggs can also be used.
Insemination and Fertilization
The man's sperm is placed synchronically with the best quality eggs. The mixing of the sperm and egg is called insemination. Eggs and sperm are then put in an environmentally controlled room. The sperm most often enters an egg a few hours after mixing of the sperm and egg.
When the fertilized egg splits, it becomes an embryo. Laboratory team will periodically check the embryo to make sure it is developing properly. Within about 5 days, a normal embryo has several cells that are actively dividing.
After 3 - 5 days of egg retrieval and fertilization, eggs are placed into the woman's womb. IVF Specialist injects a thin tube carrying the embryos into the woman's vagina, through the cervix, and up into the womb. If an embryo implants to the wall of the womb and grows, pregnancy results. More than one embryo can be put into the womb at the same time, which can lead to twins, triplets, or more. The accurate number of embryos transferred is a complicated point that depends on many circumstances, especially the woman's age. Unused embryos may be frozen and inserted or donated at any of the succeeding dates.
Chances of success
The success rate depends on the age of the woman experiencing treatment, as well as the problem of the infertility. Younger women are more likely to have a successful pregnancy. Having a healthy weight and dodging alcohol, smoking, and caffeine during operation may improve your possibilities of having a baby with IVF.
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