Top Ten Most Frequently Asked Questions for IVF

Introduction –

In Vitro Fertilization(IVF) has resulted in the birth of over five billion children around the world. It is a treatment where the female’s egg gets fertilized with the male’s sperm outside the body. People who are trying to conceive can use IVF, the most effective infertility treatment. Bangalore seems to have a numerous of IVF treatment centres that offer the best support to infertile couples for conceiving successfully. Janisthaa IVF is one of the best IVF centres that provide you treatment with an amazing environment and care for patients undergoing IVF treatments in Bangalore.

When doctors recommend IVF, their patients are more likely to have questions about procedure, what they will need during the process, how to prepare, and other challenges. As a result, the more detailed the questions, the more clarified the answers will be by doctors such as Dr Shwetha (Janisthaa), and their patients will be able to prepare for the procedure. In this article, we have provided a list of the top ten frequently asked questions by patients willing to engage in IVF treatment in Bangalore.

The List of the Top Ten Most Frequently Asked Questions by Patients –

  1. What is In Vitro Fertilization?
    In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a process of assisted reproduction in which the doctors like Doctor Shwetha (Janisthaa) and their experts carry out the treatment to combine the female’s egg and the male’s sperm in vitro and outside the female body. The process may involve the transfer of one or more fertilized embryos or eggs into the female’s uterus. In the procedure, doctors like Doctor Shwetha (Janisthaa) of Janisthaa IVF Center use special medical techniques to assist the female patient in developing and giving birth to a healthy baby. Any infertile couple tries this treatment when other, less expensive fertility procedures have given out. Cases of severe complications from IVF procedures and treatments are rare.
  2. What is the cost of IVF?
    It is a most commonly asked question before the procedure starts. Many couples come with a question of whether they can afford the treatment or not, as the IVF treatment is expensive. Though the treatment is costly, it does not mean that IVF is out of reach for patients. In the Janisthaa IVFDoctor Shwetha (Janisthaa) brings a more excellent understanding of the advantages of IVF rather than the cost of the treatment. But generally, IVF can cost around Rs. 25,000 to Rs. 2,00,000 for IVF treatment in Bangalore.
  3. Is IVF painful for Patients?
    According to Doctor Shwetha (Janisthaa), their Janisthaa IVF treatment center provides the best caring environment for the patients and couples, and so they do not believe in giving pain to their patients during the procedure. Embryo transfer is an uncomplicated procedure that does not need any anesthesia for the female patient. But in a few cases, some female patients might feel bloating while the ovarian stimulation phase goes on, and slight cramping or light bleeding might happen after egg retrieval, but this is not a matter to worry about, as Doctor Shwetha (Janisthaa) gives her best to feel their patients relaxed.
  4. Will the cost of IVF Treatment Become more Affordable?
    Experts predict that the global IVF market will grow at a rate of around 11.7 percent per year from now to the future, based on statistical calculations. As the demand for IVF increases, the treatment becomes more efficient, resulting in a price drop for IVF treatment.
  5. What is the success rate of IVF in percentage?
    According to Doctor Shwetha (Janisthaa), about eighty percent of couples conceive within the first year of attempting through the natural process. Ten percent of couples start developing a year later. The last ten percent of the patients remain infertile at the end of the second year. For these infertile couples, IVF treatment offers an opportunity to conceive. But there is no comprehensive research on the success rate. IVF experts declare that the success rate in Bangalore, for example, in treatment centers like Janisthaa IVF, is increasing progressively with excellent technologies and medical science.
  6. What are the possible side effects of experiencing IVF?
    When a couple decides on IVF treatment, they should know every detail of IVF by consulting with their respective doctors. Well-known doctors like Dr. Shwetha of Janisthaa IVF and their experts guide the patients through the different procedures and medications. Many couples conceived successfully, giving birth to a healthy baby. But still, knowing the fact that every treatment has some side effects on human health, couples should consult with their prescribed experts and consultants.The List of the Side Effects of IVF is as follows –
    Multiple Births –
    Sometimes there is a possibility of multiple births from IVF treatment. Since the process involves implanting more than one embryo in the uterus, IVF raises the probability of twin or multiple births. However, new extended treatments with IVF such as PGS/CCS and Extended Blastocyst Culture have made the chances of twins or multiple births less potential. In fact, due to the possible health risks associated with twins, most fertility specialists performing IVF treatment in Bangalore recommend patients against implanting more than one embryo at a time, unless suggested.
    Miscarriage –
    Miscarriages are a common factor that leads to unsuccessful treatment. During IVF procedures, the embryo gets fertilized in artificial methods, so the uterus usually refuses to implant the embryo. Also, the chances of having miscarriages grow with increasing maternal age and the usage of frozen embryos.
    Reaction to IVF Drugs –
    Many female patients can develop reactions to the medications utilized during the IVF treatment. Many females suffer from mood swings, dizziness, nausea, hot flushes, breast tenderness, etc.Other long-term effects can be decreased bone density in long-term patients used during IVF treatment.
  7. How do doctors perform the IVF treatment step by step?
    IVF treatments in Bangalore are well-known nationwide. Doctors and experts perform the IVF treatments with great attention and high patient-centered care service. The first step involves an initial scan on day three of the menstrual cycle. Then doctors do the Hormonal assessment and injections for ten to twelve days. After around fourteen days, the laboratory directs for egg pick up, and after three days or five days, they replace embryos in the uterus. For IVF treatments in Bangalore, doctors use general anesthesia for egg pick up and discharge of their patients on the same day.
  8. What are the possibilities of getting pregnant with IVF?
    Females under the age of 35 have a higher chance of success with IVF treatments. The likelihood of success will be around 40%.
  9. Where can a patient go for the IVF tests?
    There are numerous IVF treatment centres in Bangalore that provide IVF tests. Janisthaa IVF is one of the best IVF clinics.
  10. Can a patient carry out their regular activities after the IVF treatment?
    According to Janisthaa IVF, there are no restrictions after the procedure.

Conclusion –

Before starting a new journey, every patient should be concerned about the methods, symptoms, cost, and side effects of the treatment of IVF. So, our article has provided a list of the top ten questions patients ask for IVF.