Questions that few people ask before IVF

In Vitro fertilization (IVF) for 40 years gives a chance to women who cannot get pregnant to have a long-awaited addition to the family, because the probability of pregnancy with IVF is even higher than naturally – 35% versus 20%, respectively. In this article, a reproductive therapist answers questions that are important for everyone who … Continue reading “Questions that few people ask before IVF”

How dangerous is the IVF program

Today we will talk about the most exciting aspects of the IVF program and, based on scientific research in recent years, we will answer possible questions. What is the danger of ovulation stimulation? Modern features In the past years of the revival and the beginning of the use of controlled superovulation in the implementation of … Continue reading “How dangerous is the IVF program”

IVF pills (IVF preparations)

When using assisted reproductive technologies (ART), as a rule, hormonal drugs (IVF pills) are used. IVF preparations are chemical compounds obtained synthetically, which have the same effect on the body as their own sex hormones. The drugs are used at the stage of ovulation stimulation, to prepare the endometrium for embryo transfer, as well as … Continue reading “IVF pills (IVF preparations)”

Ovarian stimulation in IVF

Today we will talk about ovarian stimulation, ovulation and IVF. One of the main causes of infertility is a woman’s lack of ovulation – anovulation or very irregular ovulatory cycles-oligoovulation. In the natural cycle, in the area of the follicle that has accumulated, a woman of reproductive age is determined by the yellow body, which … Continue reading “Ovarian stimulation in IVF”

Clomid and rudimentary twins

In the article “Clomid and rudimentary twins” we will answer the following questions: Why Clomid can increase the likelihood of multiples? Other factors that increase the chances of having twins. How do I know if I’m pregnant with twins while taking Clomid? What should I expect if I am expecting twins after Clomid? How did … Continue reading “Clomid and rudimentary twins”

Superovulation: what is the difference from ovulation and how is it caused?

The path to conceiving a child can be difficult and require the use of assisted reproductive technologies . In order for IVF to be successful, it is necessary to obtain several eggs. With natural ovulation, one, rarely two follicles ripen. And superovulation is a process when several mature in the ovary at the same time. … Continue reading “Superovulation: what is the difference from ovulation and how is it caused?”

Age and fertility

In modern society, infertility associated with age-related changes in the reproductive system has become more common. There are many reasons why many girls start having families only after the age of 30. Age and fertility – today women have more opportunities to take care of themselves and monitor their health, but all this does not … Continue reading “Age and fertility”

Ovulation induction. Part II.

We continue to answer questions related to ovulation induction How long can the induction of ovulation with clomiphene citrate be carried out? Induction with this drug can be carried out for 4-6 months. In 40-45% of all women and in 80% of correctly selected women, pregnancy will occur within 6 months. After six months, it … Continue reading “Ovulation induction. Part II.”

Ovulation induction

What is ovulation induction? Ovulation induction is an artificial stimulation of the egg maturation process with the help of medications. What are the indications for ovulation induction? Ovulation induction is carried out according to strict indications, since the drugs used for this have many serious side effects in women of certain categories: For the treatment … Continue reading “Ovulation induction”

Clomiphene: mechanism of action and possible results

Clomiphene: mechanism of action Clomiphene belongs to the group of nonsteroidal antiestrogenic drugs that stimulate ovulation. The mechanism of action of this drug is based on the activation of the synthesis of gonadotropins in the pituitary gland: FSH (follicle-stimulating), LH (luteinizing) and prolactin. The effect of clomiphene directly depends on its dosage: the larger it … Continue reading “Clomiphene: mechanism of action and possible results”