Resting Uterine

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Uterine resting is one of the IVF treatment stages that has grown in popularity in recent years as a result of research. It is critical that the eggs are developed and qualified before beginning the IVF treatment. As a result, drugs that promote egg development and cause eggs to crack are used. As a result, the quality of the embryo obtained through IVF treatment improves, and the treatment becomes successful. However, if the egg response is too high, the embryos that have developed are frozen and stored, and the frozen embryos are used for treatment the following month after the uterus has rested.

What Exactly Is Uterine Resting?

The uterine resting procedure can be used in women who have been given a specific drug therapy in order to obtain eggs. The uterus is rested after obtaining the eggs by waiting for the embryo transfer.  The uterine resting period lasts between one and two months. No drug therapy is used during this two-month period, and the uterus is expected to lose the effects of the current drugs. As a result, the uterus becomes a more convenient location for the embryo to attach. Within this time frame, previously obtained or developed eggs are frozen.

What Is the Purpose of Uterine Resting?

Uterine resting is used to increase the attachment probability of high-quality embryos and, as a result, to ensure the success of IVF treatment. The treatment’s success rate has increased significantly as a result of the application. During the resting process, the uterus returns to a healthy state, making it easier for the embryo to attach.

For Whom Is Uterine Resting Intended?

Uterine resting treatment is used in patients whose uterine environment has been disrupted during IVF treatment. It is also recommended for people who have a history of failed IVF treatments due to miscarriages. In some cases, the drugs used to improve egg quality may cause individuals to become sensitive. This is referred to as ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. If this syndrome develops, a uterine resting procedure must be used.

What Are the advantages and disadvantages of Uterine Resting Procedure?

After the transfer procedure, the uterine resting procedure increases the attachment ability rate of the embryo in IVF treatment. This ensures that the high-quality embryos obtained will be successfully implanted. This method has become increasingly popular in recent years.

The uterine resting procedure has no disadvantages.