Patients do opt for IVF Treatment in India as they feel the chances of pregnancy are good. IVF treatment internationally is also equally popular and people travel far and wide to avail of it.
IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) is considered to be one of the popularly known types of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) which is a combination of some surgical procedures cum medications to enable sperm to fertilize an egg. IVF Treatment in India is worth opting for as a way to overcome infertility issues hindering pregnancy.
At the time of the medication phase, the patient may have to go through a series of ultrasounds as well as blood tests to make sure the hormone levels are within the range and everything is simply fine. After several months of taking medication, the fertilized eggs are thereafter taken out of the body and then mixed with sperm in a special container in a lab, the process of mixing eggs with the sperm is referred to as ‘Insemination’.
After the fertilization does take place which will be thoroughly monitored by the doctors, the fertilized eggs are then placed back into the woman’s uterus. For pregnancy to occur, the fertilized eggs need to be attached themselves to the lining of the uterus. The doctor will then advise the patient to rest for the rest of the day however, the person gets back to one’s normal work a day later.
If the natural way of reproduction is not successful then IVF is a good option.
Pros of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
1. Solves the Problem of Blocked Fallopian Tubes
IVF is an effective and best and probable only option for women whose fallopian tube is damaged or blocked. They can have their children make use of their eggs with IVF.
2. Addresses Male infertility
If the male partner is facing the problem of infertility, there is a high chance of getting pregnant with IVF than naturally.
3. Unknown Infertility
Out of ten couples, almost two of them can suffer from infertility for unknown reasons. IVF proves good for couples facing infertility problem that happens to be undiagnosed.
4. Effective for Women with PCOS
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a problem among women of reproductive age that is due to genetic, environmental, as well as behavioral factors. Women with PCOS have indeed high chances of not getting pregnant the natural way. IVF can be a better option for them.
On the whole, IVF can rather increase the risk of multiple pregnancies, ectopic pregnancy, or miscarriage. IVF treatment can be linked to weight gain, which can be temporary and can also increase the risk of depression.
If the pregnancy ends with live birth, the IVF is acknowledged as being successful.
Cons of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
The entire process of In Vitro Fertilization can prove to be very emotional and the whole family does feel tremendous pressure regarding the health of the mother as well as the future child.
IVF does have side effects, and the most common and obvious ones are related to the emotional health of the partners. Yet, it is a very safe, easy, and medically proven way of reproduction.
1. Side Effects (Normal)
- Breast Tenderness
- Mild Cramping and Bloating
- Mood swings
- Abdominal Pain
2. Side Effects (Call the doctor immediately)
- Heavy vaginal bleeding
- High fever
- Blood in urine
- Mild to severe pelvic pain
Success Rate of IVF
IVF success depends upon several factors that include one’s lifestyle factors (any of the partners), maternal age, reproductive history, and so forth.
Those who opt for IVF need to be clear that getting pregnant is not considered a successful IVF procedure. Only if the pregnancy happens to end with live birth, the IVF is considered a success.
IVF treatment international is also known similarly as mentioned above for its overall successful results.