Remedies, there’s a million questions floating about on your brain. What fertility facilities are best for you? Which is the most effective way to proceed with medical fertilization? What is the risk? I can assure you that millions of people are out there asking questions about IVF. Before you get overwhelmed, this video helps us answer some frequently asked questions concerning the procedure.
The doctor made an inquiry for more information, and answered some of the most common questions. One of the most common questions is “How do we know when we can begin treatments?” The answer to this question is in two ways. Your timeline can guide the treatment schedule. There are some issues that can occur during IVF treatments, which require medicines during cycles. At your baseline ultrasound, there could be an ovarian cyst. Or, you may have elevated estrogen levels, which may alter the course of treatment. These problems must be sorted out before you are able to take off the treatment. For day 3 or five transfers, it is recommended to consult your doctor on what procedure will result in a more likely pregnancies.