What to know about in vitro fertilization – myths and reality
Publication date: 17.08.2022
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT IN VITRO FERTILIZATION – MYTHS AND REALITY
In vitro fertilization is the final stage of infertility treatment
In vitro fertilization is a routine, effective, safe and often first-line treatment method.
Infertility caused by the male factor can be treated with medicines.
Infertility caused by the male factor cannot be treated with medicines alone. It is a direct indication of in vitro fertilization.
Indications for in vitro fertilization are only the tube factor
No, in vitro fertilization is indicated for: tubal factor, male factor, female age, hormonal disorders, reduced ovarian reserve (confirmed by ultrasound and anti-Müller data), hormonal disorders, infertility of unknown etiology and many others.
Drugs used during in vitro fertilization are harmful to health
Drugs used during in vitro fertilization are similar to hormones and substances synthesized in the body.
Ovarian stimulation increases the risk of oncological diseases
Properly performed ovarian stimulation does not increase the frequency of oncological diseases. The frequency of general complications does not exceed 1.5%.
It is better not to freeze the embryo.
No, in frequent cases it is better to freeze the embryo, because the frequency of damage in case of hatching is low. In 98 percent of cases, the embryos will be hatched safely.
A follicle in the ovary is a guarantee of pregnancy.
1 or 2 deteriorated follicles in the ovary do not lead to pregnancy. Nor is the presence of a mature dominant follicle a condition for the presence of a healthy egg in it.
Developmental anomalies are common in newborns born as a result of in vitro fertilization
Babies born as a result of in vitro fertilization have the same probability of having a developmental anomaly as is expected from physiological conception.
The presence of a good embryo is conditional
A good embryo is determined by the number of chromosomes in it (which is determined by preimplantation genetic analysis).
Intrauterine insemination is effective in male infertility.
Intrauterine insemination is effective during anovulations of unknown etiology, habitual abortion.
Insemination or in vitro fertilization did not result, that is, there is no other solution – this decision of the patient is incorrect.
The opinion is correct; Each new attempt gives a new chance to get pregnant.
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