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How long should I be on bedrest after my egg retrieval?

How long should I be on bedrest after my egg retrieval?

Follow docs orders: Best advice is to follow your doctor's orders. Our patients are up walking within an hour of retrieval. ...Read more

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How long will I have to be out of work or school after an egg retrieval?

How long will I have to be out of work or school after an egg retrieval?

Very briefly: Most women can return back to work or school the next day after egg retrieval. ...Read more

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How long does the egg retrieval process usually take?

How long does the egg retrieval process usually take?

Depends: On the number of egg targets, the skill of the doctor, and the anatomy of the woman; that said it's usually form 10 - 30 minutes. ...Read more

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How long should it take my body to return to normal after egg retrieval?

How long should it take my body to return to normal after egg retrieval?

Depends on eggs: Most women feel fine the next day, but there is some variability in this. Returning to normal depends on the stimulation. High egg yields can lead to hyperstimulation, which can last for ten days, or longer if pregnancy occurs. ...Read more

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How long after egg retrieval should I get my period?

How long after egg retrieval should I get my period?

2 weeks plus: Your period should come on around the same time it should normally ifyou have regular 28 day cycles. However, most women doing ivf are on Progesterone supplements which can delay the period. ...Read more

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How painful will the egg retrieval process be?

How painful will the egg retrieval process be?

Manageable: Discomfort after an egg retrieval is minimized with careful management of stimulation and retrieval. Talk with your doctor about your concerns. ...Read more

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How do they do egg retrieval for ivf, do you need to be cut open?

How do they do egg retrieval for ivf, do you need to be cut open?

Ivf: My wife had this done. Egg retrieval is intravaginal. You take a bunch of meds like braville and menopur. Then you get a shot of Pregnyl for maturation on of the follices. ...Read more

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What should I do for pain after egg retrieval?

What should I do for pain after egg retrieval?

Talk with your REI: Pain can be minimized with careful management. Talk to your doctor about reduced stimulation, managing the procedure of egg retrieval, and post-retrieval care. Avoid Aspirin and ibuprofen, unless your doctor instructs otherwise. ...Read more

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What happens if my husband has a nocturnal emission on the night before egg retrieval?

What happens if my husband has a nocturnal emission on the night before egg retrieval?

Let your doctor know: Men can usually collect a sample on the net day after a nocturnal emission. The sperm counts may be lower than expected, but the quality and performance of the sperm should be just fine. Icsi is always an option that can help. ...Read more

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What is egg retrieval for assisted reproduction?

What is egg retrieval for assisted reproduction?

Assisted ovulation: An egg retrieval is the removal of eggs form the ovary using ultrasound guidance under sedation. ...Read more

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What are possible side effects of IVF egg retrieval?

What are possible side effects of IVF egg retrieval?

Do you mean : Side effects or risks? An egg retrieval is a procedure so there really are not 'side effects, ' there are results: belly soreness, feeling tired, crampy feeling, brief nausea are all possible and common. Do you mean risks? Risks are very low but can include bleeding, infection, and failure to recover eggs; discuss these with your own ivf doctor and good luck. ...Read more

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I'm 38 years old, low amh. No eggs at egg retrieval, does this mean I have no eggs left and should think about donor eggs?

I'm 38 years old, low amh. No eggs at egg retrieval, does this mean I have no eggs left and should think about donor eggs?

Yes: Unless your doc has success with a different protocol, which is unlikely you will need donor eggs in order to get pregnant. ...Read more

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My dr prescribe me cyclogestafter my egg retrieval why? When i insert it in my back some portion of it comes out when i go to toilet is it ok

My dr prescribe me cyclogestafter my egg retrieval why? When i insert it in my back some portion of it comes out when i go to toilet is it ok

Please call your doc: Why would u take something and not know why, your doc should have explained the reason and since your doc did not please call your doc know and ask him or her. ...Read more

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Is egg retrieval painful?

No: There are great techniques that your doctor can use to minimize discomfort after retrieval. Talk to to your reproductive endocrinologist and have plan! ...Read more

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What drug is given in the gluteus to sedate you prior to egg retrieval for ivf?

What drug is given in the gluteus to sedate you prior to egg retrieval for ivf?

Sedation: There are a number of intramuscular medications that can be used for sedation or pain control for in-office procedures. Most of these medications are either narcotics or narcotic-nsaid combinations. There is not one universal medication that is used in all circumstances. ...Read more

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How do ultrasound techs differentiate a cyst versus a follicle for egg retrieval?

How do ultrasound techs differentiate a cyst versus a follicle for egg retrieval?

By size: Usually the small follicles are about 10mm in size and have no findings or smaller. When they become larger than 10mm that catches their attention ...Read more

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What drug is given in the gluteus muscle before egg retrieval for ivf?

What drug is given in the gluteus muscle before egg retrieval for ivf?

Likely hCG: Sounds like a purified (non-recombinant) form of hcg: sometimes trade name pregnyl, profasi in the us. If this doesn't sound right you'd do best to ask your ivf doc. ...Read more

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What drug is given in the gluteus muscle prior to egg retrieval for ivf?

What drug is given in the gluteus muscle prior to egg retrieval for ivf?

HCG: Hcg which is given prior to egg retrieval approximately 35 and half hours before. This allows the oocytes to undergo their final maturation. ...Read more