Overall, I believe that IVF can help assist many people with pregnancy. The chances are a lot higher of getting pregnant. The process of IVF is where the egg is combined with a sperm outside the body, removing the egg from the woman’s ovaries and allowing the sperm to fertilize it in a IVF facility once the egg has been fertilized it will develop in the embryo culture for 2-6 days then is transferred back into the same woman’s ovaries to then try to achieve pregnancy. Although this process seems to have great intentions there are also many ricks that can occur during the procedure such as:
OHSS – A possibly serious condition which is not only the most common difficulty but, in very rare cases, can lead to blood clots, (organ that creates urine) failure and even death. According to VARTA.org, “in 2013, 294 women (0.7 per cent of all stimulated cycles) were hospitalized because of OHSS”. However, it is important to note that all IVF programs monitor patients carefully to (make something as small as possible/treat something important as unimportant) the risk of OHSS. This condition can develop because of the life-creating ability drugs which are used in IVF to stimulate the ovaries to produce many eggs.
Breast cancer – Many large studies have (examined closely so the truth can be found) the relationship between the use of life-creating ability drugs and breast cancer. Combining these studies, “the risk of using life-creating ability drugs has been (examined closely so the truth can be found) in over 45,000 women and no overall increase in the rate of breast cancer has been found” (www.academic.oup.humrep/article).
(Like ICSI, IVF allows couples a chance to have a baby even with extreme male inability to have children/grow crops issues)
Blocked tubes – For women with blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, IVF provides the best opportunity of having a child using their own eggs.
Older patients/ patients with low ovarian reserve – IVF can be used to (make as big as possible) the chance of older patients understanding/creating. With both older woman and those with low ovarian reserve, doctors tend to use Natural IVF to focus on the quality of eggs, rather than the amount.
Unexplained inability to have children/grow crops – According to www.creatfertillity.co.uk, “1 in 6 couples will suffer life-creating ability problems and sometimes these remain undiagnosed after (act of asking questions and trying to find the truth about something)”. These patients may benefit from (action that helps a bad situation).
PCOS – Polycystic ovary disease is common condition in which there is a (chemical produced by the body) (too much of one thing and not enough of another) leading to irregular menstrual cycles. IVF has proved very successful in patients with PCOS, who will not understand/create with ovulation induction
Endometriosis – IVF has proved successful for patients with endometriosis (where parts of the womb lining grow outside the womb.
(too) early or soon ovarian failure – Women with (too) early or soon ovarian failure can have IVF treatment using donor eggs, which usually has high success rates.