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In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a fertility treatment where eggs are retrieved from the ovaries and fertilized with sperm in a laboratory setting. The resulting embryos are then transferred to the uterus to establish a pregnancy. IVF can help individuals or couples overcome various infertility challenges, including blocked fallopian tubes, male factor infertility, or unexplained infertility.

IVF may be recommended for individuals or couples facing infertility due to various factors, including blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, low sperm count or motility, ovulation disorders, endometriosis, or unexplained infertility. Your fertility specialist will conduct a thorough evaluation to determine if IVF is the right treatment option for your specific situation

Success rates of IVF treatment can vary depending on factors such as age, cause of infertility, and overall health. Generally, younger patients tend to have higher success rates than older patients. At our fertility center, we provide personalized care and strive to maximize your chances of success through comprehensive evaluation, advanced treatment techniques, and ongoing support.

The IVF process typically involves several steps, including ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, fertilization, embryo development, and embryo transfer. Prior to treatment, you will undergo a thorough evaluation and may receive medications to stimulate egg production. Eggs are then retrieved from the ovaries and fertilized with sperm in the laboratory. Embryos are cultured for a few days before being transferred to the uterus. Your fertility specialist will guide you through each step of the process and provide personalized care along the way.

Results are better if the female partner is younger, especially below 35. For women older than 35, the success of IVF treatments may decline because of poor ovarian reserve and egg quality. If the female partner is above 40, the chances very less.

Before commencing IVF treatment, fertility specialists typically recommend a transvaginal scan and blood tests to check the female patient’s reproductive potential. Semen analysis is the cornerstone fertility test for male patients. In certain conditions, sperm function tests and/or blood tests may be needed..

The timeframe starts when the patient begins medication for ovarian stimulation, typically from the second day of her period. The average duration for the egg retrieval stimulation cycle is from 9 to 13 days, but each case can vary depending on how the patient’s body responds to the medications. Frozen embryo transfer is the recent trend to increase success rates, which is usually done between 19 and 21 days of the next menstrual cycle, followed by a pregnancy blood test after 15 days. If there is a clinical pregnancy, the doctor will continue to follow up on the pregnancy until the 10th week.

Historically, embryos were transferred on day 3 after retrieval because the ability to culture embryos beyond this point wasn’t efficient. Today, with advancements in culture systems and clean room technology, most IVF centers are able to culture embryos up to day 6, enabling the transfer of embryos at a more advanced stage of development. An additional benefit of extending culture is that placental cells (trophectoderm) can be biopsied and analyzed, allowing us to confirm the healthiest embryos for transfer. This can increase the chances of a successful pregnancy and reduce the risk of miscarriage or genetic disorders. However, extended culture may not be suitable for patients with certain conditions.

No, this is a common myth many couples express. Once embryos are transferred to her uterus, she can normally walk and do her routine work. Doctors generally advise bed rest only if there is some kind of bleeding, which is also advised in natural pregnancies.

All assisted reproductive technologies are permitted in Islam if the semen and egg source come from the legally married husband and wife. Embryo formation or transfer to the uterus should take place during their married life, not after divorce or the death of the husband.

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