If you’ve peeked around on the internet you’ll probably notice there are a plethora of fertility tips for IVF treatments. Some of the lists are community driven (and not necessarily doctor moderated) with personal tips that range from keeping a chart of your shots so you didn’t miss one, to advice to “stay away from plastics.”
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), has provided women across the globe with an opportunity to experience pregnancy which previous may not have been possible before this amazing technology. While many people know the basics about IVF, it’s important to understand what IVF can treat, the steps involved, and typical IVF success rates before committing to this method of assisted reproduction.
Take a quick stroll in any Barnes & Noble, or peruse Amazon’s fertility section and you’ll see there is a big disparity between the amount of books about pregnancy versus the books on infertility treatments. While more amazing publications are popping up on what to expect while you’re in the middle of fertility treatments, there is still a lot to be desired. Online forums can be a good place to chat with others who are experiencing similar symptoms or who have blazed the trail before you, however, most content is not medically approved and should not be used for diagnostic purposes. We’ve included a list of the top 10 things you may experience during in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments at our Connecticut fertility center:
More than 5 million babies have been born since in vitro fertilization (IVF) assisted in the birth of Louise Joy Brown in 1978. As success rates continue to increase every year, so does the number of women across the globe who visit fertility centers for help achieving a successful pregnancy.
Dr. Andrew Levi and his qualified staff at Park Avenue Fertility have extensive experience at helping many patients in Connecticut turn their dream of childbirth to reality. Our clinic offers a wide variety of infertility treatment, and IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) is one of the most common and effective.