Do I Need IVF?

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blog details: Good day bloggers & welcome to the Yash IVF blog site. As we are aware, IVF is a treatment offered to parenthood and the most routinely practiced one worldwide. IVF or In-vitro Fertilization is the procedure of fertilization that is performed in vitro, which means in glass or laboratory conditions. After fertilization, the embryo is transferred in the women’s womb for awaited delivery. We, at Yash IVF, Deccan, in the practice of 15+yrs of ART, (Assisted Reproduction Technologies,) have counselled and treated the cause of infertility and offered parenthood to 5060+ couples. We have strict protocols in place in order to consider the candidate for IVF. The right diagnosis here plays a very important role, which saves time as well as money. The Multidisciplinary team is a very important player of a team along with the in-house embryologist. The real concern is, deciding whether or not to pursue in vitro fertilization (IVF) can be a difficult and complex decision for couples struggling with infertility. There are many factors to consider, including the potential success rates of IVF, the financial cost, and the emotional toll it can take on individuals and relationships. In this blog, we will explore some of the factors that may indicate whether or not you need IVF. A. First and foremost, it is important to understand what IVF is and how it works. IVF is a medical procedure that involves the fertilization of eggs outside of the body in a laboratory. The eggs are collected from the woman’s ovaries and combined with sperm in a petri dish, and the resulting embryos are then transferred to the woman’s uterus. IVF can be used to treat a variety of fertility issues, including ovulation disorders, tubal factor infertility, male factor infertility, and unexplained infertility. B. One of the primary factors to consider when deciding whether or not to pursue IVF is the cause of your infertility. If you have a medical condition that is causing your infertility, such as endometriosis, PCOS, or male factor infertility, IVF may be a good option for you. In cases where the Fallopian tubes are blocked or damaged, IVF may be the only option for achieving a pregnancy which saves cost and time to pregnancy. C. However, if your infertility is due to age-related factors, such as a decline in ovarian reserve or poor egg quality, IVF with self-eggs may not be the most effective treatment option. As women age, the quality and quantity of their eggs decrease, which can make it more difficult to achieve a successful pregnancy with IVF. In these cases, donor eggs may be a better option. D. Another factor to consider is the length of time you have been trying to conceive. If you have been trying to conceive for less than a year and have no known fertility issues, it may be premature to consider IVF. In these cases, it is recommended that couples try to conceive naturally for up to a year before seeking medical intervention. However, if you have been trying to conceive for a year or more without success, it may be time to consider fertility treatment, including IVF. You are doing all the things right and yet no pregnancy? Poor thyroid health can be contributing factor along with environmental factors like plastics, which are shown to decrease testosterone in men and early menopause, miscarriage and premature birth in women. Being underweight too is a cause of concern as research suggests, optimal body fat for fertility is 26-28%. Starving and fixing fertility concerns in a such situation does not help. Poor blood flow to the womb, mineral deficiencies, defects in sperm profile are some of the reasons for infertility. Some factors can be corrected while others need to be in control. No wonder the human fertilization is highly faulty and regulated by multiple factors which complicates the matter further. Egg and sperm are the 2 basic component of fertilization but hormonal balance, receptivity and thickness of endometrium matter too. In our practice at Yash IVF, Deccan, only 20-25% of the patients who visited us for the diagnosis as well as treatment needed IVF. The clear guidelines for using IUI, ICSI as well as IVF have helped us immensely to ace our success rates. we perform ICSI as routine affair prior to IVF. The success rates of IVF are another important factor to consider. The success rates of IVF vary depending on a number of factors, including the age of the woman, the cause of infertility, and the number of embryos transferred. In general, younger women have higher success rates with IVF than older women, and couples with a known cause of infertility have higher success rates than those with unexplained infertility. It is important to discuss your individual chances of success with your fertility specialist before deciding whether or not to pursue IVF. The financial cost of IVF can also be a significant consideration. IVF can be expensive, and many insurance plans do not cover the full cost of treatment. Couples should be prepared to spend several thousand on IVF and may need to consider financing options or seek out grants or other forms of financial assistance. It is important to consider the financial impact of IVF on your family and to have a realistic understanding of the potential costs before pursuing treatment. Nevertheless, the selection of the right clinic or hospital with the right skillful doctors who can find the probabilities of successful pregnancies through IVF, rather than predictions. The Yash IVF has witnessed the power of science through laid down science-driven, time-tested protocols. Finally, it is important to consider the emotional toll that IVF can take on individuals and relationships. IVF can be a stressful and emotionally challenging process, involving multiple appointments, procedures, and medications. It is important to have a strong support system in place and to be prepared for the potential emotional ups and downs of IVF. In summary, deciding whether or not to pursue IVF is a complex decision that depends on a variety of factors, including the cause of infertility, the length of time you have been trying to conceive, the success rates of IVF, the financial cost, and the emotional toll it can take on individuals. The right to parenthood is offered by IVF procedure and the promise of the same is the hope. Do visit us to start the journey of parenthood.


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