Friday, September 23, 2022

Don't choose your IVF doctor without reading this blog | IVF treatment

The two most common cruel tricks IVF patients are subjected to by their IVF doctors. An IVF cycle is full of ups and downs and uncertainty and you never know what's going to happen next. You're happy that you're growing follicles well, but the eggs may not be enough, the eggs may not be mature, or they may not fertilize. And you're never really sure what's going to happen next, and all this uncertainty takes a toll, which is why there is a lot of emotional stress.

But there are two cruel things that bad IVF doctors do that actually make it much worse. The first is that they transfer dead embryos back into the uterus. You might wonder why they do that. I mean, the dead evil is obviously not going to plant and become a baby, so shouldn't they just be honest and tell the patient, "I'm sorry your embryos are dead or they didn't fertilize or they didn't leave, or whatever the truth is. But they don't.

They hide the truth from patients because they're scared that if they tell the patient the truth the patient will get angry and upset or will demand the money back, so they don't want to take any responsibility. For example, the fact that there was an infection in the IVF lab that killed all the embryos and they take advantage of the patient's ignorance and gullibility, because they don't provide any documentation or photos.

They call all the embryos grade a embryos, whatever that means. And because there are no photos, patients don't know whether those embryos were dead or not. And to add insult to injury, these same cruel doctors will then give an HCG injection after the transfer. As you know, a urine pregnancy test measures the presence of HCG in the urine and if it's positive, that means the patient is pregnant. Now, if the doctor gives you an HCG injection after the transfer, this HCG injection is going to go into the bloodstream, which means a beta-HCG blood test is going to be positive. I'm going to go in the urine, which means your urine pregnancy test is going to be positive and then you're on top of the world. You're so excited. What a great doctor on my IVF cycle.

 I'm finally pregnant. This was such great treatment. it's only when you repeat the blood test that you realize that it's not doubling, and that's when you finally realize, hopefully when you've done your own homework or got a second opinion, that you realize you were taken for a ride and the doctor was just cheating you.

The trouble is that once you've had one bad doctor who's cheated you, you're not going to trust any IVF doctor in the future, and this is such a shame, and that's why it's so important that patients demand some information even before starting the IVF cycle. This is a routine practice in good clinics and a global best practice. Make sure your doctor follows it too.

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