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Chances Of Getting Pregnant The Second Time By Ivf
I m 29,3rd day embryo transfer my ET is .95 my 1st IVF was successful but after 2 month had miscarriage what r d chances 4 getting pregnant this time?
Depends: Many factors play into success with embryo transfer - age, condition of the embryo, length of time in cold storage for embryo before implant, technique, the specific center you are being treated at, the list goes on. Your RE, the doctor that is doing the procedure should have age-related numbers for the center you are being treated at. Discuss this with your doctor there for a more accurate answer ...Read more
In vitro fertilization is an assisted reproductive technology. Ivf is a procedure used to treat fertility problems and assist with the conception of a child. During ivf mature eggs are retrieved from the ovaries and fertilized by sperm in a lab. A few days later, the fertilized egg (embryo) or eggs are implanted into the uterus. One cycle of in vitro fertilization ...Read more
As high as 60 - 65%: Your chances depend on age, ovarian reserve or egg supply, and other factors - blocked tubes (hydrosalpinx) or polyps inside the uterus reduce your chances. Under 35, with ok ovarian reserve, your chances should be as high as 60 - 65% with two embryos transferred, somewhat lower if you have one embryo replaced. Your fertility clinic knows your history and can give you more detailed information. ...Read more
Possibly: Many clinics use Lupron (leuprolide) as part of their ivf stimulation protocols. In the right combination with any medications, Lupron (leuprolide) is very effective and useful medication for ivf stimulation protocols. Hope this helps. Talk to you doctor about how he or she uses Lupron (leuprolide) and why. ...Read more
What are my chances getting pregnant with taking antibiotic since I have an inflamed fallopian tube? I really don't want to do the ivf.
Time to stop: You have been given many free and accurate answers to this question. It is rude to ignore such kind service and to keep asking the same question over and over. It is time to move on. ...Read more
Yes: Not only can it affect fertility, it also increases your chances of an ectopic pregnancy. Make sure your tubes are assessed, if scarred tubes are a problem or if having trouble conceiving, strongly consider in-vitro (ivf) or see an rei specialist for evaluation. Good luck & i hope it works out well for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can pregnant via IVF woman get root canal treatment? My wife is 42 years of age, and getting pregnant through ivf, hopefully in next few weeks.
Is it okay for the health of the mother and the child, if my wife goes for root canal to a dentist while she i
Probably: Check with obgyn, as every situation is different. In general, major essential dental work should be completed before planned medical procedures as to not leave problems unaddressed that could develop into pain and/or infection that could affect both mother and child. Elective dental work should be left for after the 1st trimester. Emergencies, including root canals, should be dealt with quickly, . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Iui and ivf are two separate procedures done to enhance chances of pregnancy. Iui involves, placing your partners sperm in your uterus through a small plastic canula during ovulation and can be done by any gynecologist . Ivf in vitro fertilization , which means fertilizing the female egg with the male sperm in a lab and placing the fertilized eggs in your uterus, usually done by infertility md. ...Read more
After tubal reversal is it possible to go for IVF since after tubal reversal I am not getting pregnant at all?
Sure: If you are not pregnant in 6 months after the tubal reversal, the first thing you should do is a hsg, or x-ray, to see if your tubes are open. If they are then you should look for other causes that may prevent you from getting pregnant and/or "try to be patient" and try a little longer. If only one tube is open, it takes twice as long to conceive since most women ovulate from side to side. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
IVF success: It depends on where you're having it done. Tracking success rates is federally required and reported at this link: http://www.cdc.gov/ART/ You can look up the statistics for the center you plan to use. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
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