Perhaps you have a hard time getting pregnant or impregnating your loved one, or just simply want to educate yourself on the matter of fertility treatment
success rates. We welcome you all to a review of the treatments, factors behind them, their efficiency and hope to leave you at least with a notch of more information that you previously had.Initial Information to Consider
Right off the bat, it is good to understand that different fertility problems cause for different treatments. If it is possible to conduct any none invasive procedures, then that would be the best. IVF - In vitro fertilization
would be the last measure to resort to, even though they are known to have the highest of success rates, they also hold the highest risks and cost the most amount of money compared to any other alternative. There is the possibility for a fertility treatment with drugs or surgery, but figuring out what to start with would have to take into consideration the following factors:
The Different Options
- Age of the patient
- Cause of the fertility problem
- Results of the sperm tests of the male individual
- The duration of problems with your attempts to conceive
- Were you previously pregnant
There are at least four different alternatives for a fertility treatment which are known to work:
The hormones of one of the two individuals might be quite problematic, therefore drugs that fix the balance of your hormones might “restart” your reproductive system and allow you to have s successful impregnation
This is an invasive treatment, but sometimes there are just no other options. The tubes of your reproductive system might be blocked which is only fixable by undergoing a surgery. This is quite unfortunate, however, this brings us to the option of IVF - In Vitro Fertilization.
This is highly invasive fertility treatment and basically, could be explained in the egg removal of your ovaries and them being mixed with sperm in a laboratory. The first case of born baby after a successful IVF - In Vitro Fertilization
treatment was in 1978 and to this day the procedure has greatly developed because of the advancement of technology. The risks are practically non-existent, and the success rate has greatly improved. We won’t provide any average rates, however, just because they don’t give an objective opinion on the matter as the result would be individual for each person. Average amounts mean absolutely nothing.
In some cases, the problem is with the sperm of the male not being able to go fast enough to the egg. That is why there is a “shortcut” as a high dosage is placed in your womb which will potentially help with the fertilisation. In other cases, a sperm donor
might be required to conduct this fertility treatment
Overall women under the age of 35 have quite high success rate when it comes to fertilisation even with treatment, however, the rates significantly start to drop off afterwards, so do not waste any time.