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IVF is a Wisdom towards Failure

It's 4# month was passing after treatment. Successfully I cared my days and baby too. Wonderful it was feeling to us. My DH is so much excited for the upcoming baby. Doesn’t matter boy or girl, but finally, we will be having our own kid in this world.

I will suggest to those women who fail to carry a baby naturally for IVF or IVF with ICSI treatment.

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Hello dear .......... Congrats and you are absolutely right its a new door for those who are not able to conceive naturally. IVF is the procedure of treatment by separating eggs, recovering a sperm test, and afterward physically joining an egg and sperm in a lab. The embryo(s) is then exchanged to the uterus.

Its a new technique which is like a god gift for infertile couples . Disappointing couples should go for this and take an advice from experts............

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Hi, I am really happy for you. This is so motivating. I also had complications for one year but once you conceive it all feels the best, IVF is a good option nowadays. My best friend also went through this. Wishing you best of luck for upcoming happy family life!

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Congratulations dear :) It definitely is a new door. Who would have thought that this was possible just two decades ago? So many people around the world are using this treatment and making their dream of becoming parents come true. Because of this, I think the level of disappointment and hopelessness should reduce as they always have this options at hand. If not IVF, then you can always go for surrogacy.

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Congratulate you both :)

I've been through failed IUI, ICSI attempts. dh's semen is low count and motility. My eggs of no use for ivf, so we went straight onto egg donation. So in our case that was the route leading us to a wonderful baby boy.

Here are some of the pros of ivf. IVF is the oldest ART procedure on the block. IVF has been used long enough for researchers to have done extended health studies on the children conceived using this method. So far, no medical problems have been directly linked to the procedure. No link to cancer. Recent studies have shown no connection between ovulation-inducing fertility drugs and cancer. (Early studies suggested that exposure to fertility drugs might lead to a higher risk of ovarian cancer or other cancers of the female reproductive system.) Improved techniques. For example, advances in embryo cryopreservation (freezing) have resulted in IVF pregnancy rates that are about the same for frozen and fresh embryos.

Though the outcomes of IVF vary dramatically, depending on each couple's reasons for infertility and their ages. The percentage of IVF cycles resulting in a live birth (in which one or more babies are born) is the following:

40 percent for women age 34 and under

31- age 35 to 37

21 - age 38 to 40

11 - age 41 to 42

5 - age 43 and over

Unfortunately time never plays on our side..

Good luck to everyone in this boat!

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