Wednesday, September 07, 2022

How to find the right IVF clinic ? | IVF Tips

Finding the right doctor who you are confident will be knowledgeable and capable of helping you conceive is one of the most challenging tasks any IVF patient must undertake. This is because there are significant differences between the success rates of a good IVF clinic and a bad IVF clinic.

The truth is that it's frequently difficult to choose the right doctor because, for starters, all of their websites look the same and, when you go in for the first consultation, they're all very charming and persuasive.

However, it's only after you've paid your money that you realize that it's difficult to speak with the senior doctor or that your entire care is being handled by juniors or nurses. and many patients feel extremely duped.

So here's a fairly straightforward fix. Making a short list of the top IVF clinics you're interested in is the first step. This list can be based on clinics you've heard about, clinics your friends have suggested, clinics that are promoted, and clinics whose websites have impressed you.

The next step is to visit these clinics. Now the beauty is that you don't actually have to go to the clinic to find out if it's right for you or not; all you have to do is send them an email or give them a call and ask them the straightforward question of whether all of your patients only receive blastocyst transfers and whether you give them pictures of these blastocysts.

There is no reason why you can't get a response to a straightforward issue by phone or email. Now, if the receptionist, nurse, or whoever responds to your email is evasive or unwilling to tell you, it is clear that they have something to hide, and you should be concerned.

It's a clear red flag if they don't know what a blastocyst is or if they question why you need pictures of your embryos, in particular. Because an embryo is the only tangible thing an IVF facility can actually offer to a patient.

This is such an easy approach you can use to phone them up or email them because all good clinics will proactively and routinely send embryo photographs to all patients without the patient having to ask for them.

Find out if they provide you with images of your embryos and confirm that they only perform blastocyst transfers. By taking this simple step, you can be sure that the clinic you select is competent and will be able to help you become pregnant. Please don't let unreliable clinics take advantage of you—there is simply too much at stake.

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