Saturday, February 05, 2022

How to Choose an IVF Clinic?

If you're looking for a fertility clinic as the next stage in your pregnancy quest, it's a good idea to conduct some research first.

An IVF clinic may be an excellent option for a variety of reasons. Let's imagine you're having problems conceiving, and your gynecologist has only given you advice and performed some basic tests thus far. They might have given you a hormone blood test or asked you to keep track of your basal body temperature for a few months. They've almost certainly done an ultrasound as well as a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) or sonohysterography.

Your husband has been examined by a urologist at the same time. You may wish there was a single doctor you could both see when it comes time to diagnose the problem and recommend solutions. That's where an infertility expert can help.

A Specialist can help with the big picture. 

You should see one if you're a:

• Women who have had many miscarriages

• Women under the age of 35 who have failed to conceive after a year of trying

• Women over 35 who have failed to conceive after 6 months of trying

• A man who has had a negative sperm analysis

Find out what sort of tests or procedures you could require in the future before you start looking for a reproductive clinic. Also, think about how far you're willing to go with this process ahead of time. Treatments for infertility can cost tens of thousands of Rupees and include powerful medicines or hormones. It can also be a roller coaster of emotions. Knowing your boundaries will prevent you from being persuaded to have an operation you don't want or can't afford.

When it comes to selecting a clinic, do your homework ahead of time. 

What Should I Ask a Fertility Clinic?

Check to see if the clinic has a competent quality control system in place as well as a strong code of ethics. At each one you visit, ask a lot of questions, such as:

• Have the medical director, doctors, and Embryologist have been there for a long time? High personnel turnover might indicate poor management and contribute to errors.

• What procedures do you perform and how often do you execute them? Make sure the clinic offers a variety of infertility treatments and is up to date on the latest technologies.

• Do you have any treatment age restrictions? It's a good sign if the clinic is worried about ethical difficulties if this is the case.

• Who chooses how many embryos go back in, you or the doctor ?

• What is the cost of treatment? While you don't want to make a decision solely based on price, knowing the fees ahead of time will help you understand what you're getting into.

If the clinic says they're too busy to answer your queries, go somewhere else. Once you're a patient, they might not have time to answer your inquiries.

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