In-Vitro Fertilization Procedure

Ovarian Stimulation:

To facilitate ovulation and promote the production of healthy and quality eggs, you will receive injections and medications over a period of approximately two weeks. These medications will stimulate your ovaries, while also preparing your uterus for successful conception.

Trigger Injection:

During this process, your doctor will closely monitor your progress to determine the precise timing for administering another injection. This injection is designed to trigger the release of mature eggs.

 

Egg Retrieval and Semen Collection:

Under anesthesia, you will undergo a procedure where the released eggs will be collected from your ovaries. Simultaneously, your partner’s sperm will be collected for fertilizing the eggs.

Luteal Phase:

Following the egg retrieval process, the follicle that released the egg develops into a small yellow structure known as the corpus luteum. The corpus luteum produces progesterone and estrogen, which thicken the uterine lining, also known as the endometrium. This thickened lining nourishes a fertilized egg, preparing it for implantation.

Fertilization and Embryo Development:

The procedures of fertilization (insemination) and embryo development will be carried out within the embryology laboratory.

Embryo transfer:

Embryo Transfer is a crucial and vital stage in the IVF procedure, where fertilized eggs, known as embryos, are carefully transferred to the uterus to facilitate conception. During this process, the patient will receive injections and medications, which can be taken orally or administered through vaginal insertion gel. These aids are intended to support the transferred embryo and prepare the uterine lining for successful implantation, leading to a potential pregnancy outcome. The subsequent two-week period following the transfer is a waiting period to determine the result.

PREGNANCY TEST:

After the transfer of an embryo during an IVF procedure, it is common to wait for approximately two weeks before conducting a pregnancy test to determine the success of the treatment. This test involves taking a blood sample from the patient and measuring the levels of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in the bloodstream. hCG is known as the pregnancy hormone, and its presence in higher-than-normal amounts confirms a positive result, indicating that the woman is pregnant.

However, in cases where the hCG levels are low, the test will confirm a negative result, indicating that pregnancy did not occur. It’s important to note that a negative result does not signify the end of possibilities. When it comes to matters of creating life, there is always hope, and individuals can explore other options or consider trying IVF again if it is deemed suitable for their specific situation.

Ultimately, the journey to motherhood is often seen as a reflection of divine will, and as human beings, we strive to do our best in pursuit of this goal.

SUCCESS RATE:

The success rate of an in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure varies among individuals due to various factors such as their fertility history, individual response to medications, age, weight, and environmental influences.

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