In Vitro Fertilization is a one assisted reproductive
technology (ART) commonly referred to as IVF. IVF is the process of
fertilization by manually combining an egg and sperm in a laboratory dish, and
then transferring the embryo to the uterus. Other forms of ART include gamete
intrafallopian transfer (GIFT) and zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT).
IVF can help you get pregnant if you have problems with
ovulation or egg quality, blocked fallopian tubes, or endometriosis; if your
partner has problems with sperm count or motility; or if you're using donor
eggs to become pregnant.
It takes about four to six weeks to complete one cycle of
IVF. You have to wait a few weeks for your eggs to mature. Then you and your
partner spend about half a day at your doctor's office or clinic having your
eggs retrieved and fertilized. You have to go back again three to five days
later to have the embryos inserted into your uterus, but you'll be able to go
home that same day. Finally you have to wait till the pregnancy test is taken.
To have own children is insatiable human need. This strong
natural urge exerts tremendous pressure on couples unable to have a baby. And
the pressure to reproduce becomes increasingly acute as couples grow older and
become more aware of their own mortality. The introduction of In Vitro
Fertilization (IVF) more than 30 years ago has made parenthood possible for
millions who otherwise would never have been able to conceive.
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The biggest decision an infertile couple will ever make in
regard to IVF is whether or not they really want to become parents. An IVF
procedure requires an enormous emotional commitment at each level of the
treatment, whether or not IVF is successful. Stress is one of those paradoxes
of living with infertility. Both partners should be prepared to respond to a
variety of emotionally stressful demands as they undergo IVF. It turns out that
stress and tension, while detrimental to overall health, may have little impact
on couples’ chances of getting pregnant with in vitro fertilization.
While general assumptions may be made about stress levels
during IVF, the experience for infertility patients will be personal and
unique--each patient will experience the stress differently based upon his or
her own personality and life experiences.
The treatment of IVF stressful and affect all parts of
couples life - marital, social, physical, emotional, financial, and religious.
Time is stressful, both in the time commitment to an intense treatment which
leads to disruption in family, work, and social activities, and for some, in
long waiting periods for treatment services. Couples also may find themselves
stretched financially, paying for the high cost of IVF treatment with a
somewhat limited probability of success.
Despite the stressful consequences of infertility and IVF,
the vast majority of patients adjust well emotionally. Further, there seems to
be no long-term impact on the marital relationship and individual functioning.
In fact, some research has shown that the crisis of infertility may actually
improve marital communication and emotional intimacy.
If you are a patient about to begin an IVF cycle, here are
some tips to help you get ready for IVF while minimising stress level during
the process of IVF:
1. Gather information and plan ahead
2. Prepare for
3. Tend to your psyche and
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4. Garner your support
5. Identify your stresses
and your coping mechanisms
6. Decide what you have
control over and what you don't
7. Anticipate problem
The 10-14 day waiting period between transfer and receiving
the pregnancy test results is often described as the most difficult part of the
cycle. During the IVF cycle you are constantly on monitoring with your ivf
specialist and once the embryo is transferred, you have to wait for your
pregnant test. This period is very stressful as you are filled with lots of
anxiety, fear and hope. One has to be ready for all the possibilities- positive
pregnancy test or negative pregnancy test.
Both partners should be prepared to respond to a variety of
emotionally stressful demands as they undergo IVF. The decision to pursue
fertility treatment is never easy. That is why you need a fertility centre with
the proven ability to succeed – a trusted partner that delivers results to
thousands of patients every year. Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre is deeply
committed in helping patients become parents. Our expertise in fertility
treatment and cutting edge technology has helped majority of our patients
achieve pregnancy and has made us the most successful fertility centre in
Surat, Gujarat. The IVF treatment is a complex and stressful process. The team
of IVF specialist at Blossom Centre understands the pain, stress and agony
faced by the couples undergoing the treatment and hence offers them all
possible help from information about the ivf process, no. of embryos to
transfer, when to go for egg and sperm donation and most importantly offer them
support and counseling from the experts about dealing with stress and anxiety
during the whole process. When needed, we advise our patients to seek help of
professional independent counselor.
You can contact our fertility experts at any time to know
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