Infertility treatments are for anyone who has been trying to conceive without any success. They are medical procedures that enhance your chances to conceive and give birth to a healthy baby. These options include the use of fertility medicines, surgical procedures, and assisted conception among others. If you have been trying to get a child for over a year you can use any of these next infertility treatments to boost your chances. They have been tested and found to have the highest success rates than the rest.
In Vitro Fertilization
This is a medical procedure that involves the combination of a woman’s egg and a man’s sperms in a laboratory dish. When the fertilization has taken place successfully the resulting embryo is transferred into the woman’s womb for the pregnancy to develop naturally until termination. IVF is ideal for women below the age of 40 or could be assisted sperm donations. This process does not use any forms of surgical procedures.
A couple could decide to have a baby. But for some reasons find themselves unable to. In such a scenario the can have their eggs and sperms medically retrieved fertilized in a laboratory after which the resulting embryo is transferred to the womb of another woman who isn’t the biological mother of the child. She acts as the “surrogate mother” and provides her womb for the kid’s ideal development. This process is ideal for women with severe uterine anomalies, sane sex couples or women with medical disorders such as fibroids. Experts from IVF San Diego highly recommend this process.
Pre Implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
PGD is a form of assisted conception that corrects any forms of genetic disorders that could be preventing you from getting pregnant. Except for very few countries PGD is highly unacceptable around the world. If your inability to conceive is linked to any genetic disease (infertility genetic disorder) Pre Implantation Genetic Diagnosis will be your remedy. It helps to stop the disease in your unborn child.
When a couple uses IVF quite a number of times but do not succeed they can opt for assisted hatching. The process overcomes any medical reasons as to why the woman’s body denies the embryo that has been transferred to her uterus. This process improves the rate of implantation. It’s recommended for women with high levels of follicle stimulation hormone, and recurrent ICSI or IVF failure (with a frozen embryo) and for women who are 35 years and above.
Sperm/ Egg Donation
A woman or man can donate her own egg or sperm for someone else to get pregnant through the process of IVF. Egg donations are done in an egg donation clinic. The best eggs and sperms are donated with people below 30 years. It can be done by a pal or someone anonymous. Any donor (women) must undergo suppression and ovarian stimulation. Donation works well for any person with premature ovarian failure, genetic disease, hormonal imbalance, early menopause.
The costs of undergoing all these infertility treatments differ. It is advisable to seek your doctor’s advice before choosing anyone of them.