Infertility Treatment Using Methods Like IVF

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Georgia Reproductive Specialists (WWW.IVF.COM)provides the latest in assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), ICSI, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)blastocyst transfer, egg donation, embryo cryopreservation, ovulation induction and insemination to couples with infertility problems due to endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), male factor, fallopian tube obstruction, uterine fibroids and age related issues. GRS offers convenienently located offices in Alpharetta, Northside and Decatur. For more information visit us online at www.ivf.com, call 404-843-2229 or simply attend a free educational seminar “IVF AFTER HOURS” held monthly at our Northside office.
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IVF As Treatment To Infertility

In Vitro Fertilization known as IVF treatment, has given a hope to all couples who want to complete their family by conceiving a baby. Infertility is the most common problem faced by the people nowadays. IVF can help people who all are facing infertility related problems and can’t have a child, can look forward to IVF techniques.

Nowadays IVF is a known word. There are many factors which cause infertility related problems like Endometriosis, Low sperm counts, problems with the uterus or fallopian tubes, problems with ovulation, an unexplained fertility problem etc. It can be used to overcome female infertility and can also assist in male infertility related problems.

What is IVF? It is the process whereby a man’s sperm and a woman’s egg are brought together and fertilized outside of the body. The process use to take in lab under doctors observation. The treatment can be performed in several steps over an interval of 4-6 weeks. It is an easy to understand and describe the process where as it is not easy to succeed with.

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Lots of steps involved to start with IVF treatment. The process starts with regulating your cycle by taking birth pills on regular basis. The next step is taking fertility drugs which help to stimulate ovary egg production. In next step doctor would remove eggs out of your ovary and combine them with your partner sperm at the same time will enhance the combination with nutrients to improve the chance of fertilization. Once an embryo or embryos form, they are then placed in the uterus. If all goes well, one egg will attach to the lining of the womb and start growing. At this stage it is same as getting pregnant. There is lot of chances of conceiving more than one baby. However, they would not be twins as they are from different eggs.

While going through IVF, there may be two options. Either you can fertilize a donated egg or sperm to try to conceive a baby. The main difference here is that you would be using another woman’s eggs to be fertilized with your partner’s sperm vice-versa. Again, the fertilized eggs would be implanted into your womb, and you would hopefully get pregnant with a boy or girl, but the baby would not be your biological child. Or you can receive donor eggs from a family member such as a sister who shares similar DNA. In this way, you will at least have some biological connection. It’s fairly your choice.

IVF success rate depends on number of factors including the reason for infertility, where you’re having the procedure done, and your age. It is not hundred percent result oriented or guaranteed as it involves many things but you can have always look for a Hope. IVF treatment is milestone in history of modern science as well as in human kind. Now childless couples can dream about having their own child and to have a complete family.

If you need IVF Treatment to treat your infertility, fertility doctors in Bournhall Clinic India will provide you with tons of information about what Infertility Treatment is essentials.

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The Couple’s Guide To In Vitro Fertilization: Everything You Need To Know To Maximize Your Chances Of Success

Despite the fact that it is an expensive, complex, emotionally draining, and often last-ditch fertility treatment, there are now over 250,000 couples who consider in vitro fertilization (IVF) every year; more than 125,000 couples decide to undergo it

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7 comments for “Infertility Treatment Using Methods Like IVF

  1. Tina M. Samuels
    December 5, 2012 at 3:22 am
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
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    good guidebook, October 19, 2005
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    Tina M. Samuels (Rome, GA) –
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    This review is from: The Couple’s Guide To In Vitro Fertilization: Everything You Need To Know To Maximize Your Chances Of Success (Paperback)

    The Couple’s Guide to In Vitro Fertilization

    Authors: Liza Charlesworth

    Publisher: De Capo Press

    ISBN: 0-7382-0897-3

    IVF for most people is a private event that they will learn as they go through each cycle on their personal road to parenthood. This is that journey’s guidebook. It is written very matter-of-factly with simple language even with technical terminology.

    Written as a step by step “how to manual” of sorts, what it lacks in that personal touch it makes up for in sheer volume of information. It weighs in at 300 pages (at a bargain price of $16.95) and has 10 chapters with charts, graphs, sample calendars, resource guide, and a glossary of terminology.

    For a “IVF for Dummies” type of book, I’d recommend this for its wealth of knowledge. I know I’m glad to have it in my arsenal of books when I understand this complex and nerve wracking procedure for myself. I believe most people will be able to use this guide and benefit from it. A great resource.

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  2. Pamela Lawrence "Pam"
    December 5, 2012 at 2:24 am
    15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
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    Great if you are in the very beginning stages., October 12, 2005
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    Pamela Lawrence “Pam” (Cincinnati, OH) –
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    This review is from: The Couple’s Guide To In Vitro Fertilization: Everything You Need To Know To Maximize Your Chances Of Success (Paperback)

    I found this book to be a bit boring and repetitve of all the info I have found on the web and through my doctors. It definitely appealed more to the emotional side, which is needed so much in this field, but I was looking for concrete suggestions on maximizing my chances with IVF and I didn’t really find that in the book. It’s a helpful read if you are just beginning the process and need some solid basic information, but not as helpful if you are already well informed.

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  3. Ami
    December 5, 2012 at 2:16 am
    20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
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    Wonderful book! A Must-Have for IVFers!, January 8, 2006
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    This review is from: The Couple’s Guide To In Vitro Fertilization: Everything You Need To Know To Maximize Your Chances Of Success (Paperback)

    I am the kind of person who researches and reads EVERYTHING when they are faced with an issue or problem. Needless to say, I have purchased a multitude of IVF books, and this one is one of my favorites. It goes through the IVF process step-by-step, shares sample protocols, and explains ALL the medicines. In fact, I found myself going back and re-reading several parts of the book while in the midst of the IVF process. It’s simply a must-have!

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  4. eggsnoggins
    December 5, 2012 at 1:36 am

    …er i think you’ll find it’s a gift from science.

    But whatever floats your boat mate.

  5. Eli Hall
    December 5, 2012 at 12:54 am

    Well if God is the source of inspiration, and science is a form of inspiration, then I would say that yes it is a gift from God.

  6. BioGuelph
    December 5, 2012 at 12:34 am

    Gift of science, god was not inspiration for in vitro fertilization and the church has even made claims that it’s evil and immoral. I think nobel prize winner R Edwards would take offence at some one else claiming his work -_-

  7. katarynak
    December 5, 2012 at 12:18 am

    It is immoral. So many kids need to die before one is born. Ratio of about 1 to 20. Alfred Noble gave most of his fortune to create Noble peace prize because he felt guilty for developing destructive forces such as dynamite. It was his wish that the noble prize to be given to any one who has contributed to giving peace. I dont consider killing 20 unborn children to make a life of one to be at any point noble. in vitro was found before R Edwards “discovered it” Look it up

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