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Modern medicine is developing day by day, offering unprecedented possibilities along with innovations. It has been more than 40 years since the practice of in vitro fertilization (IVF) was successfully introduced into the field of medicine.

In vitro fertilization is a type of Assisted Reproductive Technology that involves combining sperm and eggs outside the body in a laboratory dish and transferring the resulting embryo(s) into the woman’s uterus for implantation and development.

In vitro fertilization is used to assist the couples facing challenges in natural pregnancy, whose medical conditions complicate the reproductive process.

Today we will tell you about the important details you should know about in vitro fertilization:

The procedure with success indicators.

The in vitro fertilization procedure has a 50% higher success indicator compared to other methods.The first child was born in Britain in 1978, and since then, with the help of this procedure, up to 8 million children worldwide have been born.

Who is the in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure for?

For a healthy female body, up to the age of 30, the chance of getting pregnant naturally in each cycle is around 25%. According to the evaluations of American Society for Reproductive Medicine, that chance decreases to about 20% for women above 30 years of age. By the age of 40, the chance of getting pregnant naturally drops to only 5 on a monthly basis.

Many believe that in vitro fertilization is an effective solution only to age-related infertility issues. In fact, in vitro fertilization is successfully used in patients of any age who struggle with infertility due to various problems. The reason for infertility can be uterine problems, endometriosis, as well as male sperm quality indicator and others.

Get ready emotionally!

The in vitro fertilization process can be emotionally challenging and exhausting for couples. The process involves a series of injections, blood tests, ultrasound examinations and other procedures that may require several weeks to complete.

You should be aware that there is always a risk of failure, which, along with time and finances, can  affect you emotionally as well. Therefore, it is important to deal with the process with patience and ensure maximum peace of mind.

Choose the right clinic

Properly selected clinic is another important factor of in vitro fertilization. With the professional support of “Invitro Life” team , it successfully performs in vitro procedures. After individual counseling with patients, accurate selection of tests, and post-diagnosis discussions with experienced doctors, in vitro fertilization proceeds to the next steps.

A laboratory equipped with the latest equipment and medical devices as well as highly qualified medical workers will take care of your health and your fetus.

Risks and “Benefits”:

Pregnancy itself contains certain risks related to the comprehensive formation of the fetus and its development and maintenance up to 40 weeks. When pregnancy occurs in any way, it is important to pay maximum attention and precisely follow the recommendations of the attending physician.

During in vitro fertilization, there is a chance of two or more pregnancies, as several embryos may be fertilized in the uterus at the same time. Although this increases the chances of success, it also increases the risks of premature birth and low birth weight of the fetus.

It is important that during in vitro fertilization, the patient can minimize the risk of genetic abnormalities – because, before the egg is implanted in the uterus, genetic analysis provides the maximum medical information about the health of the future fetus.

Also, during the process of in vitro fertilization, there is a minimum risk of the termination of pregnancy (so-called “miscarriage”)-comprehensive screening of the embryo takes place before the procedure to ensure that it can support the life of the fetus.

In case the patient does not have a partner, the “invitro” procedure offers another “benefit” –the possibility of fertilization using donor assistance. This option allows a person to experience parenthood despite the absence of a biological partner.

In vitro fertilization is a complex and emotionally difficult procedure, however, with the help of this medical intervention, the lives of many couples have changed for the better and (often) several years of struggle with infertility have ended in victory!

It is important to understand the risks of in vitro fertilization and the benefits that this procedure can bring us.

To ensure the best possible result, consult experienced doctors and a reliable clinic, prepare yourself psychologically and emotionally.

Informed and properly prepared couples will make the right decisions and fulfill their life goals.

For more detailed and comprehensive information, be sure to sign up for a consultation at Invitro Life.

Take care of your and your baby’s health from the moment of conception and remember, Invitro Life is by your side at every stage of this journey!