North Cyprus In Vitro Fertilization [IVF] – Drive Change Together
Understanding fertility – In Vitro Fertilization [IVF] helps people with infertility who wish to conceive a child, it’s time to stop whispering IVF in low tones and take action, its’s time to start talking about IVF and fertility treatment awareness like there’s no longer anything to be ashamed of. On the contrary, be proud and uplifting, share your experience with each other. This is an increasingly common form of life-changing medical advancement. The technological process for couples who for whatever reason are unable to conceive. This procedure may not be so glam, but there’s a chance to bring a child and so much joy into the world.
The ‘Buzzword’ commonly used amongst couples wanting to conceive is the ‘F’ word, no not that dreaded ‘F’ word ‘Fat’, this refers to ‘Fertility’, the alarm bells are ringing, the time come to start planning how to become pregnant? That’s the time IVF is considered an option – the best bet for conceiving.
The ‘Buzzword’ commonly used in todays IVF scenario is ‘ART’ [Assisted Reproductive Technology], a term which has gained much momentum. The shift from yesterday’s programming to today’s exciting newer approach. Improved by unstoppable creativity in advancement and technology means faster transitions and results.
The ideal world …the elementary; natural insisted conception! We’re inherently designed to conceive the baby we’ve always dreamed of! An egg and sperm are fertilized inside a woman’s body. If the fertilized egg attaches to the lining of the womb and continues to grow, magic, a baby is born 9 months later.
When natural conception is not so ideal, or occurring; time for a plan of action – what’s the plan? ‘ART’ assisted reproductive technology commonly referred to as [IVF]. Simplified, it is the processing procedure of Fertilization under clinical laboratory conditions. Manually productive, by combining an egg and sperm into a laboratory dish, and then transferring the embryos to the uterus.
Breaking Barriers – Overwhelming ? Prepare for In Vitro Fertilization
Prior to beginning IVF treatment, women will first undergo ovarian reserve testing. This involves taking a blood sample and testing the sample for the level of follicle stimulation hormone [FSV]. The results of the test will finally give your doctor information about the size and quality of your eggs.
Followed by your doctor examining your uterus which may involve having an ultrasound, which sets off high frequency sound waves to create an image of your uterus. Followed by inserting a scope through your vagina to your uterus. These tests can reveal he health of your uterus and help the doctor determine the best way to implant the embryos.
Men will need to have sperm testing. This involves giving a semen sample, which a lab will analyze for number size and shape of the sperm. If the spermicide are damaged or weak, there is a procedure called intracytoplasmic sperm injection [ICSI] may possibly be necessary. During ICSI a technician injects sperm into the egg. ICSI can be part of the IVF Process.
IVF & Genetic Engineering: The initial 5 stages and procedures
1. Stimulation: Individually-tailored [COS] Controlled Ovarian Stimulation. To stimulate fertility, medication is prescribed.
2. Egg retrieval: Your eggs are retrieved through a minor surgical procedure.
3. Insemination: The male Donor/Partner: through laboratory conditions provides a sample of sperm.
4. Embryo culture: Insemination process whereby sperm donor and eggs are mixed under clinical laboratory conditions, then stored for insemination.
5. Transfer of embryos: The embryos are transferred into your uterus between 3 and 5 days following egg retrieval and insemination.
Depending on your situation, IVF can use:
* your eggs and your partners sperm
* Your eggs and your donor stern
* Donor eggs and your partners sperm
* Donated embryos
Deciding whether to undergo in vitro fertilization is an incredibly complicated
decision. An emotional journey of your dreams begin here.