Multiple IVF failures – Know What to do next.

Multiple IVF failures – Know What to do next.

If a couple is unable to conceive naturally to become parents, they try all the medical techniques available to get the child. IVF is considered to be the best option for childless couples, IVF is an advanced technology, and with the help of that pregnancy is possible even in older age and with complex problems. It is an assisted reproductive technology that helps couples in an unnatural way (artificial insemination). After conception, the whole process is the same as a normal pregnancy.

The success rate of IVF can vary from patient to patient. Some couples are lucky enough to conceive for the first time of IVF, while some fail in treatment 2-3 times. Failure of IVF fills them with anger, disappointment, sadness, and frustration. Before exploring other options for getting pregnant after treatment failure, it is important to know what caused the failure of IVF treatment.

  • Female age

Women have less chance of becoming pregnant as they age. A decline in egg quantity and quality also affects the chances of pregnancy through IVF treatment.

  • Embryo Quality

The female’s eggs and the male’s sperm are mixed to create an embryo. Embryos can appear healthy in the lab, but when implanted into the uterus there is a possibility that they fail to implant due to an invisible defect.

  • Ovarian Response

Some women’s ovaries do not respond correctly to the medication for stimulation and thus fail to produce multiple eggs for collection. Especially in older women due to the low quantity of eggs (low ovarian reserve).

  • Implantation Issues

In some women because of the presence of uterine polyps, premature increase in progesterone levels, an endometrial lining, or an infection of the uterus, the embryos failed to implant in the uterus.

  • Lifestyle

Achieving a healthy lifestyle will also benefit you, as well as maintaining a nutritious diet and exercising regularly. If you smoke, it is shown to negatively impact fertility. it is wise to quit a few months before you begin IVF.

  • Chromosomal Abnormalities

Due to Chromosomal Abnormalities, the body rejects the embryo, and this results in IVF failure. Chromosomal abnormalities could be inherited from one of the parents or be newly developed during the early stages of embryo division.

What is the next step?

Dr. Astha Chakravarty fertility expert from Best IVF Centre in Faridabad says, Adopting new techniques of reproduction, the couple can get pregnant. After unrevealing, the negative causes of your treatment and taking appropriate steps can help increase the success rate of conceiving. The complete details about your and your partner’s health condition can help in taking appropriate steps.

Remember, one IVF treatment failure is not the end of the world. There are many options to conceive again with the right advice and treatment. The specialist at Asha IVF & Fertility Centre after evaluating the risk of the treatment may choose other options such as surrogacy, a third-party donor to conceive successfully. The doctor may ask you for some tests and suggest some changes in your lifestyle to have a successful pregnancy.

If you or your loved one is facing this type of problem, then without any hesitation talk to a fertility expert at Best Infertility Clinic in Faridabad.