Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome in IUI

Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome in IUI Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome defined as an exaggerated response to hormones. The hormones that women are given for the stimulation of ovaries to extract eggs from them can rarely cause the ovaries to have an exaggerated response resulting in swelling of the ovaries. The symptoms may range from mild pain and nausea to severe bloating, pain,…

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Mood swings in IUI

Mood swings in IUI Mood swings are often seen during the early pregnancy stage. During IUI, you will be given some hormones like progesterone to support pregnancy. Progesterone supplements are given to the woman after IUI to thicken the uterine lining and to make it more receptive to implantation of the fertilised egg. Unfortunately, progesterone and other hormones do not…

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Risk of having birth defects in IVF

Risk of having birth defects in IVF Research shows that there is a little more than 4 per cent of babies that were born using the assisted reproductive technology like in vitro fertilization were seen to suffer from major birth defects. These birth defects often included urogenital tract malformations and heart issues. But it is to be kept in mind…

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IVF twins possibility

IVF twins possibility Having a pair of twins is a real possibility when conceiving through IVF. Though the drugs used during the IVF treatment is often cited as the reason for having twins or multiples, it is the number of embryos that are transferred that essentially cause multiple birth. If multiple embryos are In most cases, two or more embryos…

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IVF related infections

IVF related infections Infections are always a possibility when a medical procedure is done. The same risks are also associated with IVF. Infection during egg retrieval and embryo transfer During the process of egg retrieval and embryo transfer, a needle is introduced into the uterus. In egg retrieval, the needle is then guided using ultrasound scanning to the ovaries where…

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Vaginal Spotting in IVF

Vaginal Spotting in IVF Vaginal spotting or just spotting is light bleeding which is not connected to menstrual periods. Spotting is common when a woman undergoes IVF treatment. Up to 40% of women who have the IVF treatment experience spotting at some point or the other. Women are more susceptible to vaginal spotting at three points during the IVF treatment.…

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Vaginal spotting in IUI

Vaginal spotting in IUI Vaginal spotting or spotting is rare but possible when a woman undergoes IUI as a fertility treatment. When the catheter is placed inside the uterus, it may bump into parts like the cervix causing a slight amount of bleeding that manifests as vaginal spotting. This should not cause any worry as it has little to no…

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Ayurveda for infertility treatment

Ayurveda for infertility treatment Ayurveda describes infertility as a condition where a woman who is of reproductive age is unable to conceive or is unable to carry the pregnancy full term. Modern medicine describes infertility as the inability to conceive even after a year of unprotected and regular intercourse. It can occur in both men and women. Infertility in women…

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