How to Prepare for IVF Treatment

How to Prepare for IVF Treatment

The first successful pregnancy achieved through in vitro fertilization was Louise Brown in 1978. Today, IVF in India is one of the most common and most effective, fertility treatments available to infertile couples. IVF is a step by step process allowing couples to achieve pregnancy who have trouble conceiving or suffer from a range of difficulties.

Your approach to IVF treatment in Delhi will determines the issues that prevent you from becoming pregnant. Before you begin the process, our IVF specialists will provide you specific instructions to prepare and increase the success rate of your fertility treatment.

Pre-Requisite Screening

You may be an ideal candidate for in vitro fertilization if the female partner has had trouble conceiving for over a year of unprotected sexual intercourse. Your partner will undergo screening to determine the quantity of eggs and the quality of your male partner’s sperm. If your female partner cannot carry the fetus to term, then the embryo is transferred back into the uterus of the surrogate. The screening may include ovarian reserve testing, semen analysis, infectious disease screening and other required examinations.

Preparing for IVF

The IVF cycle involves various medications and hormones that stimulate the production of multiple eggs. You should have realistic expectations about your results as the average success rate in IVF is only 50%. Your fertility specialist may recommend you some exercises and diet changes in order to increase the chances of success.

The IVF Procedure

The entire IVF procedure is a four-step process that involves mature eggs in a laboratory dish, and then transferring the embryo(s) into the mother’s uterus. The four step process is described as:

Ovarian Stimulation and Monitoring

Several medications are given including follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) to stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple eggs and monitor their progress through ultrasound and imaging blood tests.

Egg Retrieval

When the follicles are mature i.e eggs are matured, the powerful anesthesia medications are given while your fertility doctor retrieves the eggs by using a fine needle.


The male is asked to produce a sample of sperm, which are mixed together with the eggs and stored in the laboratory to encourage fertilization.

Embryo Transfer

Under ultrasound guidance, the embryos or the fertilized eggs are usually transferred into the woman’s uterus three to five days following egg retrieval and fertilization

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