In Vitro Fertilization in Malaysia

IVF is an acronym for In-Vitro-Fertilization, it means in-glass-fertilization. In everyday speech the term test-tube fertilization is still used to describe the same process. Put simply, this is about taking an egg from the woman and sperm from the man and allowing the fertilization to take place outside of the body.

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IVF or In Vitro Fertilization is a method of assisted insemination in which the human sperm and egg are fertilized outside the human body. In Vitro is Greek for ‘outside’. Normally a pregnancy occurs after intercourse when the man ejaculates the sperm in the vagina which then swims up the fallopian tube, and fertilizes the eggs in the tube inside the body. The embryos will form and travel down into the uterus to be implanted there.

IVF or In Vitro Fertilization is method of assisted insemination in which the human sperm and egg are fertilized outside the human body. In Vitro is Greek for ‘outside’. Normally a pregnancy occurs after intercourse when the man ejaculates the sperm in the vagina which then swims up the fallopian tube, and fertilizes the eggs in the tube inside the body. The embryos will form and travel down into the uterus to be implanted there.

Factors to consider for IVF When the couple feel that they have tried sufficiently and failed to conceive a baby through natural ways of sexual intercourse and are looking forward to have a baby then IVF may be a better option. Listed are few factors to Consider with In Vitro Fertilization. Age Any woman who is still ovulating may try IVF, although success rates decline as a woman ages. Women under age 35 have the greatest chance of success with this technique.

Multiple births Generally, in women who use IVF to establish a live birth, about 63% are single babies, 32% are twins, and 5% are triplets or more.IVF is a procedure that, in many cases, is not covered by health insurance plans and has to be borne by the person or couple who wish to have a baby.

While in vitro fertilization is safe, certain risks are too there. IVF requires a significant physical, emotional, financial, and time commitment. Stress and depression are common among couples dealing with infertility. A woman taking fertility medicines may have bloating, abdominal pain, mood swings, headaches, and other side effects. Many IVF medicines must be given by injection, often several times a day.

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