How IVF Treatment in Nepal Helps Childless Couples.?

In our earlier blog, we have discussed about detailed IVF procedure, today we will let you know how IVF treatment help infertile couples on the road to parenthood. In vitro fertilization commonly known as IVF is one of the assisted reproductive techniques available to couples who are unable to conceive despite having unprotected and regular vaginal sexual intercourse for a year. IVF has now become a phrase in such common use that is rare for anyone to talk about “test tube babies” any more.

In vitro means literally ‘in glass’ and the process takes place in a laboratory. During IVF procedure, an egg is surgically removed from the womans ovaries and fertilised with sperm in a laboratory. The fertilised egg, now called an embryo, is then transferred to the womans womb to grow and develop.

IVF is a viable option for couples to expand family when the rest of the options have failed to achieve positive pregnancy results. If you are going through IVF, you will be given counselling by the team of fertility specialists to guide you through the process.

 

Who can have IVF?

With a number of treatments available today across the world, almost any couple can have access to IVF in Nepal as an infertility treatment as long as you and your partner can produce your own sperm or eggs. If the treatment costs higher in your home country then travelling abroad is now easier than ever.

 

IVF as an infertility treatment is a better option for couples whose age is above 35, this means when the female partner have fewer chances of becoming pregnant by naturally. IVF surrogacy Nepal, one of the state-of-the-art IVF Lab in Grande International Hospital will be happy to accommodate women in the early 40s.

 

IVF surrogacy Nepal will be able to assist you with IVF even if only one of you can produce sperm or eggs, or if there is only one partner or you are same-sex couples. The biggest advantage in IVF is that it allows couples to have genetically related to one of their partners. Even if a female partner is unable to carry pregnancy, due to medical problems, you can still benefit from IVF through a surrogate mother either using your own eggs, donor eggs or the eggs of the surrogate.

 

IVF Success rates

The success rate of IVF depends on number of factors. The first one is the age of women. IVF surrogacy Nepal has more than 50 percent of success rate. Younger women are more likely to have healthier eggs, which increases the chances of success.

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