Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Why does IVF fail with Good Embryos | IVF Failure Reasons

 In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is an assisted reproductive method that couples who are unable to conceive undertake. Fertilization takes place outside the female body in a lab in this modern reproduction procedure. Hormonal injections are used to boost egg production at first, and doctors then remove the mature eggs. They're soon mixed in with the sperm, and fertilisation takes place. Finally, the prepared embryo is implanted in the uterus of the woman.

However, an embryo may fail to implant on the uterine wall, resulting in the loss of a pregnancy. The failure of an IVF cycle in this scenario could be due to a variety of factors.

IVF failures and their causes:

The embryo must be of good quality in order to implant successfully. Even high-quality embryos, however, can fail to implant in some cases. Pregnancy and embryo development are biological processes that are similar to others. In 90% of cases, it is the reason for the failure of the implantation. This is what they are:

Embryo implantation rate– In women aged 35 to 40, the embryo implantation rate is around 50% and 12%. A woman's embryo will not be implanted if it is of poor quality. Because of polyps or cysts in the ovaries, it results in a failed IVF procedure.

The uterus's health– The success of IVF is determined by the uterus's health, the woman's age, and the body's response. Doctors prescribe medicine to promote the ovaries' development of an egg before performing an IVF treatment. Elevated FSH levels, a low number of eggs, and a poor response to IVF medicines are just a few of the warning signals. If your IVF medicine allows you to generate more eggs, in vitro fertilisation can be successful. It's a sign that your hormones are in good working order. If this does not occur, the likelihood of a successful IVF procedure is reduced.

The woman's age and mental health play a role in the effectiveness of IVF. Another reason for the in vitro fertilisation technique's failure is because of this. After numerous failed IVF cycles, an older woman will try again, but her chances of success will decrease with each failure. IVF failure can also be caused by psychological and emotional stress. People's mental health can be jeopardised if they remain traumatised or stressed as a result of a previous failed IVF cycle or for other reasons.

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