IVF Treatments Abroad
Starting IVF treatment can be an exciting but nerve wracking experience. Usually, IVF treatment is pursued once other treatments have failed, following months of trying to get pregnant unsuccessfully. IVF treatment is the very first treatment tried when an egg donor is being used, there are severe cases of male infertility or a woman’s fallopian tubes are blocked. Still, this often comes after years of trying to get pregnant, followed by a slew of fertility testing….
IVF Treatment in Abroad – A Step By Step Guide
You may be wondering how everything will come together. While every clinic’s protocol will be slightly different and treatments are adjusted for a couple’s individual needs, here is a step-by-step breakdown of what generally takes place during an IVF treatment cycle….
IVF Treatment Step One: The Cycle Before Treatment
The cycle before your IVF treatment is scheduled, you may be put on birth control pills. This may seem backward — aren’t you trying to get pregnant? Actually, though, using birth control pills before a treatment cycle has been shown to decrease your risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome and ovarian cysts and may even improve the odds of success….
IVF Treatment Step Two: When You Get Your Period
The first official day of your treatment cycle is the day you get your period. (Even though it may feel like you’ve already begun with the medications you’ve started before in step one.) On the second day of your period, your doctor will likely order blood work and an ultrasound….
IVF Treatment Step Three: Ovarian Stimulation and Monitoring
If your blood work and ultrasounds look normal, the next step is ovarian stimulation with fertility drugs. Depending on your treatment protocol, this may mean anywhere from one to four shots every day, for about a week to 10 days…..
IVF Treatment Step Four: Final Oocyte Maturation
The next step in your IVF treatment is triggering the oocytes to go through the last stage of maturation, before they can be retrieved. This last growth is triggered with human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). Brand names for this include Ovidrel, Novarel and Pregnyl…..
IVF Treatment Step Five: Egg Retrieval
About 34 to 36 hours after you receive the hCG shot, the egg retrieval will take place. It’s normal to be nervous about the procedure, but most women go through it without much trouble or pain. Before the retrieval, an anesthesiologist will give you some medication intravenously to help you feel relaxed and pain free…..
IVF Treatment Step Six: Egg Fertilization
During ICSI, a single sperm is injected directly into an egg. While you’re at home recovering from the retrieval, the follicles that were aspirated will be searched for oocytes, or eggs. Not every follicle will contain an oocyte….
IVF Treatment Step Seven: Embryo Transfer
About three to five days after the retrieval, the fertilized eggs will be transferred. The procedure for embryo transfer is just like IUI treatment. You won’t need anesthesia….
IVF Treatment Step Eight: Progesterone Support and The Two Week
On or after the day of your retrieval, and before the embryo transfer, you’ll start giving yourself progesterone supplements. Usually, the progesterone during IVF treatment is given as an intramuscular self-injection as progesterone in oil. Sometimes, though, progesterone supplementation can be taken as a pill, vaginal gel or vaginal suppository…..
IVF Treatment Step Nine: Pregnancy Test and Follow-Up
At the end of the two week wait, your doctor will order a blood test for pregnancy. But you may take an at-home test a couple days early, if you’re anxious for results!…
When IVF Treatment Fails
If the pregnancy test is still negative 12 to 14 days post-transfer, however, your doctor will ask you to stop taking the progesterone, and you’ll wait for your period to start. The next step will be decided among you, your partner and your doctor. Having a treatment cycle fail is never easy. It’s heartbreaking…..
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Originally posted 2011-01-21 13:52:40. Republished by Blog Post Promoter