Infertile couples looking for in-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment often have many questions regarding treatment procedure and prognosis. We have given below answers to some of commonly seen questions concerning advanced fertility treatment.
Generally pregnancy test is to be done 14 days after the embryo transfer procedure.
Sanitary towel is preferable because of low risk of infection.
No, we advise you to refrain from intercourse until two weeks after Embryos transfer. After that if you are pregnant, Intercourse is OK after detection of the baby’s heartbeat.
Shower is preferable because of low risk of infection.
No. It’s not painful because IV sedatives are administered so that you will not feel much pain during the treatment and procedure will last for hardly 20 to 30 minutes.
During an IVF cycle at Wellspring IVF & Women’s Hospital, approximate six to nine visits are required, including one for the egg retrieval and one for Embryos transfer.
The nursing staff of Wellspring IVF & Women’s Hospital will give subcutaneous injections. However it can be taught to our patients for self injection with hospital treatment guideline if need arise.
Fertility medication may cause skin irritation and mild pain at the injection site, headache, abdominal discomfort, breast tenderness, nauseated feeling.
The length of Time required to take injection Depends upon IVF treatment protocol. Generally Stimulation phase require 8-10 days of fertility Injections.
Your costs for IVF will depend on type and dosage of medication required for your case and other factors.
Yes u can as no evidence of air travel side effects on fertility outcome.
It is not advisable.
No. It increases the chances of failure because of poor quality Sperms and Embryos.
Simply Tablet Paracetamol in recommended doses can be permitted during treatment cycle and even after you become pregnant.
The Chances of success with an IVF treatment vary from patient to patient. IVF specialist can best predict the outcome in your case after a complete evaluation. This includes studying your history, prior responses to fertility medications, a thorough physical check up and deciding a plan to prepare for your treatment.