Fertility Treatment – What Are My Options?

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Pregnancy will always be something serious, because of what it really means and all the complexity behind it. The entire process from getting pregnant through to giving birth is very complex, even more so when you are experiencing fertility issues.

It is known that nowadays that not anybody can get pregnant. This can be caused by a really big number of issues, including natural causes, a recent event involving a tumor, drugs, STDs or age.

And thankfully most cases can be helped by a variety of fertility treatments that tend to focus on ovulation and the female part rather than the male part of the process; this is caused by female fertility being more controllable than male fertility.

You’ll have to keep in mind that the following options won’t be an easy process and may not work 100% of the times, but at some point, they should work.

Surgery and Blocked Paths

This option is one for those women who have genetic defects or simply had the path that the spermatozoon had to take in order to get to the egg blocked.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

In this process, your eggs are taken from your ovaries and then they are combined in a laboratory with your partner’s or donor’s sperm. If the process is successful, they are put back in your uterus.

Fertility Drugs

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Fertility drugs mess with your hormones, having an effect on how much or when eggs are released. Keep in mind that this option comes with some other complex issues that may have some secondary effects on you.

Eggs Donor

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Through IVF it is possible to take a donor’s egg and mix it with your partner’s sperm to then with preparation put it in your uterus. This process may feel weird for some so take it as the last option.

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)

ICSI is normally used as an IVF helper relating to male fertility, when it may be tricky, during this process a single sperm is injected to the egg and then transferred to your uterus. In order for the specialists to take the sperm from your partner he may have to go through surgery but it is worth the cost.

And those 5 were the main options for a couple with fertility problems, ranging from physical, to hormonal problems. Do keep in mind that this may take time, but it’s totally possible.

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