Should I do IVF? in 2017

What is IVF?


The essence of this technique is that fertilization of eggs occurs outside the body of a woman - in a glass test tube with a nutrient medium, which is placed in an incubator. Hence the term “test tube baby”. After 2-5 days, each fertilized egg is transformed into a group of cells, which is already called an embryo. The healthiest of them sit down in the uterus with a thin catheter. During the procedure it is necessary to do a control ultrasound. The number of embryos transferred depends on the age of the patient and its chances of success. With a successful procedure, one or more embryos attach to the wall of the uterus and continue to grow. The fact of pregnancy can be established in two weeks with the help of a blood test for hCG - human chorionic gonadotropin. Tubes with “extra” embryos can stand in the freezer for a long time and be used in the future if this IVF attempt is unsuccessful.The result of artificial insemination depends largely on the age of the woman, after 40 years the success of the procedure is observed in 10% of cases.

What are the benefits of IVF?


In Vitro Fertilization is effective if there are problems with conception from one or both partners. For example, in case of obstruction of the fallopian tubes in a woman or changes in the composition of sperm in a man.
This procedure is also effective for unexplained causes of infertility. Manipulation is absolutely painless and harmless to the mother and the future baby.Numerous studies show that children of IVF are no different from ordinary children conceived in a natural way.

In vitro fertilization deficiencies


Some medications that a woman should take during the procedure can have serious side effects. During this period, it is desirable to be under the close supervision of medical staff. Usually, more than one embryo is transplanted during IVF, which can lead to multiple pregnancies, which increase the likelihood of miscarriage and other complications.

Difficult choice


Each married couple, faced with the problem of conception, must weigh the pros and cons in order to understand which method of treatment of infertility is more acceptable for her. The use of IVF will cost a lot of money and effort, but one should not despair. Patience and faith in your own strength will lead to the long-awaited motherhood and fatherhood!