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Risk Of Multiples With Ivf
No: It increases your risk of bankruptcy, at least in the US. You state that you are only 28. Have you and your spouse had a full infertility workup. In the US, unless you had your Fallopian tubes tied or scarred, no reputable Ob-Gyn would consider you as a candidate for IVF. Maybe you some other issue that you have revealed yet?? ...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
If we both are healthy and young then how healthy IVF baby could be? Is there any risk of physical or mental issue?
Healthy: There are no increased chromosomal risks with ivf, assuming that there are no hereditary conditions in either yours or your husband's family that could be passed down. If the problem with infertility is a mechanical one, and not due to eggs or sperm, then likelihood of a healthy baby very high. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Flare protocol: The flare protocol is used in patients with poor response to standard IVF protocols or in patients with diminished ovarian reserve. It's benefits are potentially getting more eggs during the cycle. Risks are similar to the risks of standard IVF. ...Read more
IVF risks: There are short and long term risks. The incidence in general of having a complication is small. Short term pertain to the actual treatment and egg retrieval: ovarian hyperstimulation, injury to internal structures during the retrieval, bleeding & infection. Long term: multiple pregnancies, birth defects, possible increased risk of ovarian cancer which may be related to the underlying infertility. ...Read more
Is 45 female great health and 46 male great health too old to conceive a child we want to is it better to do IVF and have multiples inplanted?
Low chances: Pregnancy rates in women over 45 years of age are low. (the male age is less of an issue). Ivf will not give you a great chance of conceiving either. Only 9.1% of women over the age of 42 conceived with ivf in 2011 in the United States. I would recommend evaluation with a reproductive endocrinologist immediately to review your options and see if you are a candidate for therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the potential health risks of repeat IVF cycles? I'm an alturistic egg donor and would like to keep donating but not at my expense
ASRM: Guidlines state no more then 6 donations. We don't know long term outcomes. Although currently there is no obvious health risk besides the procedure itself. Women that donate should go through menopause normally, should be able to have children with any problems. It's a recommendation because we don't know enough. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi..My wife has got fibrosis which measured 38 x35 x 40 mm in feb 2013..Now it measures 50 x 40 x 38 mm .. Any risk with pregnency?Shiuld I do ivf?
Difficult Question: That is a moderate sized fibroid. Our thought is unless it is mostly exterior to the uterus that it should most likely be removed. Especially if you are consider, but certainly not always, prevent pregnancy and can cause miscarriage. In most cases the risk is about 25% for both problems depending on size and location. Good luck. ...Read more
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