September 12, 2020 BY ivf

What is In vitro fertilization all about? What are the steps, risk involved in IVF? Is it safe or not?

Are you the one who is facing problems in conceiving? It has been long you are trying hard but failed to conceive on your own. Many reasons are involved if you are not getting pregnant. It is ok but doesn’t lose hope. Now the medical stream is developing day by day and doing miracles which is unbelievable. And IVF is one of those. This miracle will help you in getting pregnant and having a baby in your arms after nine months. Consult our best team of doctors who are experienced in their field if you are looking for the IVF centre in Punjab.

IVF i.e In vitro fertilization is for those people who face problems in conceiving. The doctor will stimulate the ovaries of the women to produce eggs so that he will collect the eggs and sperm and mix them in the lab.

Depending upon your situation the doctor uses:

  • Your eggs and your partner’s sperm
  • Your egg and donor’s sperm
  • Donor’s egg and your partner’s sperm
  • Donor’s egg and donor’s sperm

You must be wondering why IVF is being performed?

  • Due to the increasing age of women.
  • Problems come in fallopian tubes
  • Endometriosis
  • Abnormalities in sperm 

Steps involved in IVF are:

  • Step1.

The doctor will give fertility drugs to the women to produce multiple eggs and do the regular blood test and monitor the production of eggs.

  • Step2.

In this doctor will give you anaesthesia and inject a needle through your vagina to ovary having egg-containing follicle. This procedure will take place to take fluid out of each follicle.

  • Step 3.

In this step, your male partner will give a semen sample. The doctor will mix your egg to the sperm to produce an embryo and if that doesn’t happen then the doctor will useICSI.

  • Step 4.

The doctor will check whether your eggs are dividing and developing or not. Your embryo will be monitored closely.

 

  • Step 5.

Catheter i.e. is a thin tube will be inserted through your vagina into your uterus. You have to wait 6 to 10 days for the good news. The doctor will do a blood test to check whether you are pregnant or not.

Is IVF safe?

Yes, it is very safe and the couple will not be going to face any problem in future. But there are few complications are there in rare cases whom you should be aware of are:

  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
  • Having twins or triplets which can cause some problems to babies and mothers.
  • Infection, bleeding will be there but in rare cases.
  • Miscarriage