What is infertility?
Infertility is explained as an inability to getting pregnant naturally. This is not only a problem of women but also experienced by men. There are several causes of infertility in both partners include blocked fallopian tubes, fluctuations in hormones, ovulation problems which are explained as you are unable to produce healthy eggs for fertilization, certain medications, and sperm or semen problems in male partners.
We know that you feel too low and this is a very embarrassing condition for both partners or infertile couples. A recent study reveals that there are several couples who are feeling low due to infertility conditions. However, if you are one of them, then there is no need to feel embarrassed because you can conceive a baby with the help of treatment.
Let’s have a look at IVF treatment and understand how it works.
IVF is explained as In-Vitro Fertilization, which is specially designed to get rid of infertility problems. If you are one of them who are suffering from infertility problems, then you need to visit the specialist as soon as possible, so that you can get the diagnosis and right treatment on time. This is one of the best treatments to treat infertility and gives you new hope to conceive a baby.
The IVF process involves 5 steps, which are valuable to treat certain fertility issues such as endometriosis, PCOS, and so on in women. These steps are-:
Stimulation of the ovaries is done with the help of hormonal supplements. Hormone supplements are prescribed to those who are unable to produce healthy eggs. In this condition, your specialist prescribes you hormone supplements to you, so that you can produce healthy eggs for fertilization. Then he waits for some time so that he can examine whether you are producing healthy eggs.
After that, your specialist retrieves the healthy eggs from the ovaries, so that he can combine them with sperm for the fertilization process. He first examines the eggs and then separates the healthy eggs for fertilization.
The next step is sperm collection, which is also done in the clinical lab under the observation of a doctor or IVF specialist.
Fertilization refers to the combination of eggs and sperm to develop embryos. These embryos are necessary for conception.
In this last step, your specialist transfers the developed embryos in the uterus for implantation.