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Fertility Treatments For Couples Seeking Conception


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*Fertility Treatments For Couples Seeking Conception*

Researching fertility treatments? Start here. This overview of the most common fertility treatments available, including IUI and IVF, will help you understand your options and decide on next steps.

Join in! If you and your partner are among the percent of couples who deal with infertility, you know that coping with problems conceiving can be hard. And though fertility treatments can go a long way towards helping you get pregnant, there’s a good chance that navigating all the options might just add to your stress level.

But having a quick overview of the choices can help. That’s where this guide comes in. Use it to learn the basics of the most common fertility treatments. Once you get a feel for what might be right for you, you can discuss them with your doctor and do a deeper research dive to get more specifics.

*Artificial insemination (AI) and intrauterine insemination (IUI)*

What it is: 
Artificial insemination involves placing sperm from your partner (or donor) inside your reproductive tract during ovulation so that conception can take place. If you’re ovulating normally, AI can be done without any additional fertility drugs. If you’re having issues with ovulation, doing AI with fertility drugs can boost your chances of getting pregnant.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a similar—but slightly more involved—process. Instead of just placing sperm in the reproductive tract, a thin catheter is used to place sperm directly into the uterus, upping the chances that the sperm will meet the egg.

Who’s a good candidate? 
These procedures may be right for couples dealing with low sperm counts or poor sperm motility, same-sex couples or couples using a surrogate, or single women who want to become moms on their own. AI or IUI is also a good first option for those with unknown fertility issues.

*In vitro fertilization (IVF)*

What it is: 
During IVF, your eggs are fertilized by sperm outside of your body in a laboratory or fertility clinic. Then one or more of the fertilized eggs are transferred into your uterus with the hope that it’ll implant and result in a pregnancy.

Who’s a good candidate? 
Your doctor might recommend IVF if AI or IUI haven’t been successful for you. IVF can also be a good choice for those dealing with severe fallopian tube blockages, ovulation disorders, diminished ovarian reserve, poor egg quality, endometriosis or insurmountable sperm deficiencies. Same-sex couples, couples using donor eggs or any couple who might need to use preimplantation genetic diagnosis or screening (PGD/PGS) to screen embryos for genetic disorders might consider IVF too.

*Natural cycle IVF*

What it is: 
Natural cycle IVF is a term for in vitro fertilization that bypasses the hormone injection phase. Instead, your doctor will monitor your natural cycle and retrieve a single egg when you’re ready to ovulate. Your egg will then be fertilized in a laboratory or fertility clinic, just as with traditional IVF, and transferred into your uterus.

Who’s a good candidate? 
If AI or IUI hasn’t worked but you feel strongly about avoiding hormones, natural cycle IVF might be worth considering. Same for women who’ve only been able to have one egg retrieved from traditional IVF cycles. One advantage over traditional IVF is that since the procedure retrieves just one egg, there’s no risk of multiples and associated complications.

*Donor eggs*

What it is: 
A donor egg from a fertile woman is fertilized with sperm and implanted into your uterus, similar to IVF. The donor can be someone you know or someone you are matched with anonymously through an agency. Using a donor egg means you won’t be related to your baby biologically—but you’re still listed as the birth mother on record.

Who’s a good candidate? 
If traditional IVF cycles haven’t worked, donor eggs can be a next step. The procedure also might be right for women with a low egg count or poor egg quality, which is more likely after age 40. Donor eggs are also an option if you have a genetic disorder or serious condition that you want to avoid passing on to your child.


What it is: 
A surrogate carries a child for another woman or same sex couple. In virtually all cases, the parents undergo IVF and the embryo is implanted in the surrogate’s uterus. Both parents have a genetic tie to the baby, but the surrogate doesn’t.

Who’s a good candidate? 
Surrogacy can be a good option for couples that want a biological child but can’t carry a pregnancy. Gay couples or women who can’t sustain a pregnancy, don’t have a uterus or have a medical condition that would make pregnancy dangerous or impossible might also consider surrogacy.

*Egg freezing*

What it is: 
10 to 20 of a woman’s eggs are retrieved in a procedure similar to IVF, then flash frozen and stored. When you’re ready to have a baby, one or more of the eggs are thawed, fertilized and implanted into your uterus.

Who’s a good candidate? 
Egg freezing might be worth considering if you know that you want children at some point but not for a while. It can also be a good option for women undergoing cancer treatment or those with a family history of early menopause, endometriosis, ovarian cysts. Women in their 20s and early 30s have the best chance of retrieving, freezing and storing healthy eggs.

*Fertility drugs*

What they are: 
Fertility drugs are taken at the start of IVF, but you can also take them on their own for ovulation issues. Oral meds like Clomid and Femara are used to stimulate the ovaries and correct irregular ovulation. Both drugs work by suppressing estrogen production, which boosts the production of ovulation-stimulating hormones. If oral medications don’t work, there are hormone shots called gonadotropins that directly stimulate ovulation.

Who’s a good candidate? 
If artificial insemination (AI) or intrauterine insemination (IUI) haven’t worked for you, these procedures might be more successful with fertility drugs. You can also take fertility drugs while trying to conceive on your own without AI or IVF.

If you and your partner need help conceiving, these are a number of options. Together, think about the ones that seem like they might be a good fit, then talk with your doctor to figure out a plan you feel comfortable with.

(Written by: 
Dr Osiyemi Abosede Christiana O.
GVM Chief Gynaecologist
08037515187, 07059515354)

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We treat all type of infertility cases with natural herbs and modern diagnostic machines. We dissolve fibroids and tube blockage without any surgical operation no matter the size. Our IVF treatment has over 90% success guaranteed.

At GVM fertility centre, there has been series of women of ages between 47, 55 and 64 whom got delivered and healed from infertility ailments, conceived and delivered safely after treatment without any surgical operation. Also with men of ages ranging between 40, 50 and 73 who by Gods grace got treated and healed from low/no sperm count at all, weak erection and the likes.

Age has never been a barrier in both males and in females at GVM Fertility Centre, because God is our healer.

For any issue regarding infertility in both male and female. Infertility Diseases like;
– Fibroid treated without operation
– Female fertility treatment
– Male fertility treatment
– No sperm at all treatment
– Low sperm count treatment
– Ovarian cyst treatment
– Blocked tube treatment (female)
– No menses correction and treatment
– Endomentrous
– Weak erection without operation
– Hypertension and stroke
– Infection treatment
– Ann ovulation
– Endocrine
– Endometriosis
– Detoxification
– No egg treatment (female)
– Base kit
– Herbal soap
– Irregular menses
– Scan
– Blood group check 
– Sperm count and culture
– Genotype
– Urine culture
– Fasting blood sugar test
– Random blood sugar test
– Imbalance semen
– Inaccurate semen
– Liver
– Ovulation tracking
– IVF treatment 
– And many other diseases responsible for infertility.
All these are treated without surgical operation…

Enough is enough; it’s high time you too become a parent of your own children. Visit GVM fertility Centre today and your barrenness shall become history. At GVM Fertility Centre our testifiers have been speaking for us for decades. God is our healer. Come and you shall be fruitful.

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