Individualized Ivf Treatment

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While the cause of infertility may differ from person to person, the conditions may still be different even if the cause is the same. Stimulating the eggs and ensuring their growth, collecting developing eggs and combining them with the sperm in the laboratory environment, and placing the eggs that are created into the uterus, if the embryos complete their appropriate development process, are all part of how IVF treatment works in general. It is divided into three stages, each of which includes every step. Individual circumstances can cause differences in these three stages. Current conditions not only influence the type of treatment, but also its success. Following the correct steps has a significant impact on the overall success of the process.

What Kinds of Differences Can Personalized IVF Treatments Have?

As previously stated, IVF treatment is divided into three stages. The first step is to obtain the eggs and combine them with the sperm in a laboratory setting. If a treatment is given to a woman who has a healthy egg reserve, the vaccine therapy can be used right away. It is hoped that this will increase both egg count and egg quality. As a result, the most healthy embryos among those created later are implanted into the uterus, increasing the treatment’s success rate. In the inverse situation, some women’s egg reserve count may be low despite their youth. In such cases, the vaccine therapy may make the current situation worse. The first step is to obtain the eggs and combine them with the sperm in a laboratory setting. For this reason, current reserves are used in these individuals.

Furthermore, fertilization and embryo quality may change as a result of a number of factors. In such cases, the best treatment method is determined on an individual basis. The couples’ backgrounds and past experiences should be considered and evaluated before developing a treatment plan.

Internal uterine structure and hormone levels are critical in a treatment that has progressed to the third stage. Healthy embryos that have been successfully fertilized should be placed in a uterus under appropriate conditions. This allows the treatment to be completed in the desired manner. The thickness of the endometrium is primarily assessed at this stage. The internal structure of the uterus should be thick enough to ensure embryo attachment. Drug therapies should be used to ensure thickening in cases where it is not thick enough. The embryos can be frozen until the desired thickness is achieved and stored until the most appropriate time for transfer. In terms of hormones, progesterone should be below certain levels. The high progesterone levels prevent the embryo from clinging to the uterus. In this case, hormone levels should be within the normal range for the transfer.