IVF Implantation

IVF Implantation

If you are one of the many women having problems getting pregnant, you most likely are wondering if the IVF process is something that will work for you. A lot of women achieve a successful pregnancy right after attempting the In Vitro Fertilization procedure which is generally a fertilization process that is done manually. Here, a doctor or healthcare specialist will skillfully combine your egg and your partner’s sperm in a lab dish, allowing this to settle before transferring the developed embryo back to your uterus.

The IVF Steps

There are a few steps to follow to be able to achieve a successful IVF procedure; here are the following steps that you should know or have an idea of before proceeding with this:

• Ovulation Induction

Before and during the IVF process, your doctor will need to monitor and check your ovaries, as well as the timing of your egg release; he or she will ensure that your ovaries are adequately producing eggs and that the levels of your hormones are normal. Most of the women are given fertility medications during this period to further stimulate the ovaries, allowing them to produce more eggs for the process. Remember that having a couple of eggs available for the procedure will boost your chances of actually getting pregnant; if you are unable to produce eggs, it is best to consult your doctor or healthcare specialist regarding egg donors for the In Vitro Fertilization process.

• Egg Retrieval

For this phase of the IVF process, you will be given pain medications to reduce any discomfort that you may feel during the process. After this, an extremely thin needle will be slipped through your upper vaginal walls with the help of a vaginal ultrasound to properly and precisely proceed with the treatment. Also with the help of the ultrasound, your doctor will be able to remove any fluid that is present in your follicles, gently suctioning the area to acquire every fluid left.

Right after the follicle aspiration, the egg will be isolated from the fluid taken from your follicles; your egg will later on be placed in a culture dish that contains the nutrient media. This will later be transferred to the incubator.

• Fertilization Process

The fertilization of the egg is the next phase of the IVF treatment; here, a sperm sample will be taken either from a donor or your partner, and the most active and quality sperm will be mixed with your egg in a special area or chamber. At times, the sperm will be injected directly into your egg before these will be placed carefully in an incubator and will be monitored thoroughly. This is to ensure that the developing embryo will be healthy.

• Embryo Implantation and Transfer

The last and most vital step of the In Vitro Fertilization process is the embryo transfer; here, your embryo will be thoroughly checked to see and choose the healthiest one there is for transfer. To successfully transfer the embryo, your doctor will make use of a speculum which will be carefully set into your vagina. After this, the embryos will be transferred through a tiny plastic tube that will be placed through your cervix and into your uterine cavity. Once the IVF process has been completed, you will be required to take adequate amounts of bed rest, but it would only last for twenty-four hours.

IVF Implantation – The Aftermath

For a successful IVF implantation, here are some tips to help improve and boost your implantation prospects right after the treatment:

• Take a Break and Some Time Off

The IVF implantation process lasts between one and five days which is right after the blastocyst transfer; you did not go through the day five transfer, the implantation cycle is six to ten days right after your egg has been retrieved. Remember to take that whole week off: stay at home, avoid stressing and relax – but no hot bubble baths.

• Shape Your Lining

IVF implantation will not occur if the thickness of your endometrial lining is inadequate. This is the reason why it is highly important to check the thickness of your lining during your IVF cycle whereas the seven millimeters is the goal for transfer day while eight millimeters or a bit more is optimal.

• Take the Right Progesterone for your Uterus

Progesterone keeps the lining of your uterus super-receptive, so when the time comes for your egg retrieval period, it will generally prepare your endometrium to properly receive your embryos. However, you should choose the perfect progesterone and one of the highly suggested ones are the progesterone injections. These in-oil progesterone shots slowly and evenly release hormones through your body and these create an adequate environment that is perfect for the IVF implantation.

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