Ferona | IVF success key

Although the most effective method for the achievement of pregnancy, in vitro fertilization is not omnipotent and is not a "magic wand" in struggle with infertility.

Overstimulation – OHSS

Ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome - OHSS represents one of the biggest complications of treatments of infertility and in vitro fertilization. This condition may end fatally, and it is estimated that this tragic outcome occurs in 3/100 000 initiated cycles of in vitro fertilization, as a result of OHSS. Although in most cases, other than discomfort for the patient, there are no graver consequences, it is unacceptable that a healthy woman, who is being treated for infertility, is exposed to serious health risks. Therefore in Europe have been developed special protocols to prevent this problem, which we apply in our institution, and it is popularly called OHSS free clinic. Nowadays the frequency of this problem varies from 0.5-5% depending on the application of those measures. OHSS occurs most frequently in the procedures of ovarian stimulation for In vitro fertilization, as a consequence of excessive stimulation of the ovaries and consequent excretion of certain substances by the ovaries that cause a disturbance of permeability of blood vessels, outbursts all over her body, and potentially damage of the liver, kidneys and other vital organs. These are still more difficult forms, and more often, there is only a slight abdominal pain with bloating and ovarian enlargement. OHSS can occur in other cases of of ovarian stimulation (described even in spontaneous OHSS cycles), although this is far less common. Pregnancy caused the secretion of its hormones additionally contributes the further development of OHSS-a. Prevention of OHSS must be a priority of any IVF clinic and the treatment of already formed disorder must be energetic, immediate, and if necessary, requires hospitalization and involvement of an anesthesiologist and internist with all the postulates of intensive care.

Unsuccessful attempts of IVF - explanation and examination

The failed attempts of In vitro fertilization is a source of huge frustration for both patients and for the entire IVF team. Although the chance of success of IVF cycles is good and reaches over 50% in certain situations, this procedure is still not a "magic wand" and a certain percentage of patients will fail the first or even several attempts.

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Psychological support and IVF

Psychological stress can negatively affect the entire course of treatment, not so much in terms of reduced chances of success, as much in terms of degradation of the quality of life of women, men and the couple in general, and this is a very important factor.

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Multiple pregnancies and single embryo transfer

Multiple pregnancies represent the presence of more than one fetus in the cavum of the uterus, most often it comes to twin pregnancy, but also to triple pregnancy - triplets, while the higher-order multiple births are rare.

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Cycles with donated egg cells

In certain situations when the number or quality of remaining egg cells is lower, the best and sometimes the only form of successful treatment of infertility represents a cycle with donated egg cells.

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Nutrition and IVF

As the In vitro fertilization is not a "magic wand" that guarantees success, so it would not be correct to say that certain foods, and related type of diet certainly leads to an increased chance of success, as well as believing in miraculous plants that lead to a cure for infertility, although some herbal preparations can have a positive effect to the number of processes in these proceedings.

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Acupuncture and IVF

Acupuncture represents an ancient Chinese medical procedure used for centuries to treat a number of diseases. According to traditional Chinese medicine, the human body contains life energy - chi, which travels through the body along the defined meridians, and controls all the vital functions.

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