IVF Fertility Treatment is an assisted fertility treatment and stands for In Vitro Fertilisation. It may help some couples facing difficulties with conceiving. It involves controlled stimulation of ovaries using stimulation injections, follicular tracking, egg collection, inseminating eggs and sperms and transfer of one or more good quality embryo. It can be combined with other [...]
IVF stands for In Vitro Fertilisation. It is a type of assisted fertility treatment and may help couples facing difficulties with conceiving naturally. It involves controlled stimulation of ovaries using stimulation injections, follicular tracking, egg collection, inseminating eggs and sperms and transfer of one or more good quality embryo. It can be combined with other [...]
The age limit for IVF is dependent primarily on the age and health of the female partner. Most IVF clinic have their own age criteria for treating women. In UK, Human Fertilisation Embryology Authority or HFEA suggests fertility clinics offer IVF treatment to women who are less than 50 years old.
The IVF treatment cost varies from one fertility clinic to another. The IVF fee mostly includes monitoring scans, egg collection and embryo transfer. There is an additional cost for fertility drugs and depends on how you respond. There may be other additional cost which you should discuss with your fertility clinic before starting IVF treatment.
In In vitro fertilisation or IVF, the eggs are inseminated with high concentration of sperms. This results in fertilisation of the eggs and creation of embryos. Implantation of one or more of these embryos results in pregnancy. It is particularly relevant for couples who are facing difficulties with conceiving after having tried naturally for reasonable [...]
The cost of the IVF medication depends on your treatment plan, prescribed fertility drugs and the patient’s response to these drugs. Few of the fertility drugs can be more expensive than others. The range is varied and it is best to check with the treating fertility clinic or fertility specialist.
It is used for a variety of causes of male and female infertility such as, blockage of fallopian tube, unexplained infertility. By combining with Intracytoplasmic sperm Insemination or Injection (ICSI) it helps in male infertility. It is also used for preventing transmission of genetic or chromosomal arrangement disorders by combining with preimplantation genetic or chromosomal [...]
The success rate of IVF treatment depends on many factors such as age of female partner, ovarian reserve, cause of infertility, past fertility treatment outcomes. It can be reported as pregnancy rate, clinical pregnancy rate or live birth rate. Hence, the IVF success rate may vary from one fertility clinic to another.
IVF or In vitro fertilisation involves controlled ovarian stimulation using fertility injections, follicular tracking, egg collection under sedation, insemination of eggs with sperms and embryo transfer. Depending on treatment plan, it may a take a month or two from start to completion. All patients are seen by fertility specialist before starting IVF.
The advantage of IVF is that it helps couples in achieving pregnancy when they have failed naturally. It also helps same sex couples or single parents. The IVF treatment is rigorous and involves taking fertility stimulation injection and procedures. Patients may suffer side effects from fertility drugs, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome or OHSS and multiple pregnancy.