Infertility treatment FAQs
Infertility treatment can sometimes be difficult and time consuming, and there are always many questions in the minds of people who use these treatments. Here are some of your most frequently asked questions.
Usually men and women are equally involved in infertility. A small percentage other than the couple factor is involved in infertility.
Women are less likely to get pregnant as they get older. The best age for pregnancy for women is 20 to 30 years old. Ages between the ages of 35 and 50 There is a decreasing trend in pregnancy. The lowest probability of pregnancy is between the ages of 40 and 50. Infertility is also more common in women over the age of 35, which causes other problems in the fetus. Complications of pregnancy in older women can cause genetic defects in the baby.
Couples who have been pregnant for a year but do not become pregnant are called infertile.
Why do couples who have children become infertile? What is the cause of infertility in the second child?
In general, couples who do not become pregnant after one year of trying to conceive are considered infertile couples, but these couples who have children are divided into secondary infertility groups and should be evaluated. Some causes of secondary infertility include cesarean section, infections that may cause the tubes to close, ovulation rate, and sperm quality.
Frequently Asked Questions
For information on the number of frozen embryos in this center, 6 working days after ovulation, you can call the internal embryology laboratory (112-113). • If you have chosen sex and health, contact the internal fetal biopsy department (120).
The date of ovulation, the date of the last embryo transfer and the freezing code are required.
The quality of the embryos will be informed to the patient after thawing and at the time of implantation.
4 days after embryo transfer, first contact the embryology laboratory and find out about the rest of your embryo, then you can apply for a new contract two weeks later.
Yes If you want to transfer your embryos to this center, you must first go to the relevant doctor’s office and be in the embryo transfer medical cycle, and after determining the day of embryo transfer operation, to reserve a tank carrying nitrogen with the ward Call “Fetal Freeze” and arrange the booking date. Note that on the day you come to pick up the carrier tank, you must pay the deposit and rent of the tank in coordination with the management, and refer to the embryology department with the receipt and negative test results of HIV.HCV, HBS, VDRL. Please. On the day of tank return, you must have a negative coronary PCR test result.
The cost of freezing varies depending on the number of embryos and consumables used for each patient, and contact the accounting center in person to find out the exact amount. To maintain the freeze contract after one year, only the maintenance fee will be charged.
On the 14th and 12th day of the second period after ovulation, you should go to the relevant doctor’s office with the freeze contract form in hand.
Freezing is performed depending on the quality of the fetus after thawing and growth.
It is better to extend the contract before the expiration date, but the deadline after the expiration is one month. However, if you have not applied for an extension for many years from the date of the contract, first contact the cell freezing department and provide information such as freezing code, date of ovulation or embryo transfer, case number, etc. of your fetus. Make sure and then extend the freeze contract.
11- Are you able to respond if a sick family member or friend or acquaintance calls to find out the status and number of fetuses?
No. All fetal information is given to the patient and his / her spouse only.
12- To close the freeze contract or extend it, if due to distance or illness, etc., we can not apply in person, can another person take action?
One of the spouses or their trusted person can close or extend the contract by holding the patient ID card and the previous contract.
Coordinate with the nursing department.
The decision in this matter is the responsibility of the embryologist, which is made according to the age of the patient and the quality of the fetus.
Refer within two weeks to one month after the date of ovulation.
There are various reasons why the number of embryos is less than the number of eggs, including the quality of the eggs, the inability of all the eggs to be injected, and in some cases the quality of the sperm sample.
Depending on the quality of the frozen and thawed fetus, the patient’s condition and the physician’s opinion about the age of the fetus at the time of transfer are decided.
If you have any questions, ask us
Your question registration form