Low Cost IVF Treatment
In Vitro Fertilization, commonly known as IVF, is an advanced assisted reproductive technology that has brought hope to countless couples and individuals struggling with infertility. This remarkable procedure involves combining eggs and sperm outside the body in a laboratory setting, facilitating fertilization and the development of embryos. IVF has revolutionized the field of reproductive medicine, providing an effective solution for various fertility challenges.
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When IVF is recommended?
Deciding when to pursue In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatment is a deeply personal and important decision. IVF is a powerful fertility treatment that can offer hope to individuals and couples facing various reproductive challenges. Understanding when it may be appropriate to consider IVF can help guide you on your path toward parenthood. Here are some common indicators that suggest it may be time to explore IVF as a treatment option:
Process of IVF treatment
Initial Consultation and Fertility Evaluation
The IVF journey begins with an initial consultation with a fertility specialist. During this visit, your medical history will be reviewed, and a comprehensive fertility evaluation will be conducted. This evaluation may include physical examinations, blood tests, ultrasounds, and other diagnostic procedures to assess your reproductive health and identify any underlying issues.
The next step is ovarian stimulation, also known as controlled ovarian stimulation (COS). You will be prescribed fertility medications, typically in the form of injectables, to stimulate the ovaries and promote the development of multiple mature eggs. The medication protocol will be tailored to your specific needs and closely monitored through regular ultrasound scans and hormone level assessments.
Once the eggs have reached the desired level of maturity, an egg retrieval procedure is scheduled. This is typically performed under ultrasound guidance and light anesthesia. A thin needle is inserted into the ovaries via the vaginal wall, and the follicular fluid containing the eggs is aspirated. The procedure usually takes about 15-20 minutes, and the eggs are then handed over to the embryology laboratory.
Sperm Collection and Preparation
On the same day as the egg retrieval, the male partner or sperm donor provides a fresh semen sample. Alternatively, previously frozen sperm can be thawed. The sperm sample undergoes processing in the laboratory, which involves washing and separating the sperm from the seminal fluid.
Embryo Development and Monitoring
Following fertilization, the embryos are cultured in a controlled laboratory environment. The embryologists monitor their development over several days, assessing their quality and progression. The goal is to allow the embryos to reach an optimal stage of development before transferring them to the uterus.
Preimplantation Genetic Testing (Optional)
In certain cases, preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) may be recommended. PGT involves the biopsy of one or a few cells from each embryo for genetic testing. This can screen for chromosomal abnormalities or specific genetic conditions, helping select the healthiest embryos for transfer.
Based on factors such as embryo quality, the number of embryos available, and individual circumstances, the most suitable embryos are selected for transfer. The embryo transfer procedure is typically performed without anesthesia. A thin catheter containing the embryos is carefully inserted into the uterus through the cervix. The embryos are then released into the uterine cavity.
Post-Transfer Care and Pregnancy Test
After the embryo transfer, you will be advised to rest for a short period before resuming normal activities. A pregnancy test is usually scheduled around 10-14 days after the embryo transfer to determine if the treatment has been successful. If the test indicates a positive pregnancy, additional monitoring and support will be provided to ensure the well-being of the pregnancy
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Meet our Fertility Specialist
Our team of fertility experts is dedicated to helping you achieve your dream of parenthood. We have a team of experienced doctors, nurses, and counsellors who are passionate about helping our patients.
Dr. Charushila Borole Palwade
MBBS, MS ( Obstetrics Gynecology, Dip IN IVF )
Dr. Jaideep Palwade
MBBS, MS ( Obstetrics Gynecology ), Dip In Endoscopy
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Fertility & IVF Related FAQs
How does IVF works?
IVF involves fertilizing an egg with sperm in a laboratory dish, then transferring the resulting embryo(s) into the uterus.
What is age limit for IVF treatment?
The maximum age restriction for women is 50, while the maximum age for men is 55.
Success rate of IVF?
On average, the success rate of IVF is around 30-40% per cycle.
How many cycles of IVF are healthy?
There is no universally fixed number of IVF cycles that is considered ideal or healthy for everyone.