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Stress, anxiety, and depression have been linked to lower IVF outcomes, and psychological intervention improves the chance of success. Paying attention to these factors will also improve interactions ofpatients and staff, and will help adjustment to the stresses of child rearing.Multiple pregnancies have been shown to cause considerable personal and marital stress. Early intervention may enhance the long-term well-being of these families.
Cancer is increasing in prevalence with improved detection and diagnostic techniques so prolonging the life and improving the quality of life.It has been observed to be affecting more of younger age groups so can have a lethal effect of the future fertility by destruction of their gametes (sperm or eggs). As doctor we feel need of spreading awareness at multidisciplinary level regarding preservation of future fertility which needs counseling and guidance at preliminary stages only before the damage happens.
- Oocyte/Egg cryopreservation
- Sperm Cryopreservation
- Embryo freezing
Method will vary as per the clinical status
Egg freezing means removing mature eggs and freezing them for later. This process may also be called egg banking . Its done in cancer patients preferably before exposure to chemo and radiotherapy.Its same like an IVF cycle except that embryos are not formed.Here medications are given to stimulate the development of multiple follicles in the ovaries.
Type of cancer can also decide the protocols.
Besides there are now more patient friendly mild stimulation protocol especially in estrogen sensitive cancers
The eggs are retrieved from the patient using a transvaginal technique under anesthesia and are kept frozen for future use by a method called vitrification.
Frozen eggs can be kept frozen for years(5 years as per ICMR but not specified for cancer cases) till the woman decides to use them for conception and once the patient is ready to get pregnant, the eggs are thawed and then fertilized using ICSI, an assisted reproductive technology that injects one sperm directly into the egg. The embryos (fertilized eggs) will then be transferred into the woman’s uterus (womb) in order to achieve a pregnancy.
It has the highest success rate compared to any other treatment. Its like normal IVF when eggs are retrieved and mixed with sperms. Once fertilized, the embryos (fertilized eggs) grow in the laboratory for 3-5 days until they are suitable for freezing.
Sperm Freezing is an effective and simplest way for men who have gone through puberty to store sperm for future use. Many men can store sperm (either from natural ejaculate or from a TESA sample
This is the success story of adopting an embryo which was frozen for 24 years.
Its no Less than a miracle but it also proves that THERE IS ALWAYS A HOPE
What we consider end may be a begining
Here via this platform we are sharing success story with our readers
The baby that was conceived just 18 months after its mother: Woman, 26, gives birth to baby girl from a donated embryo that was frozen for 24 YEARS - the longest ever Emma Wren, born on November 25 this year, was conceived in 1992 Her adoptive mother Tina Gibson, 26, was conceived in 1991 Tina married her husband Benjamin when she was 19 and he was 26 because he has cystic fibrosis (CF), a fatal disease with a life expectancy in the 30s Fertility is often an issue with CF so they decided they would adopt, and they fostered several children to prepare for itThen they heard they could adopt an embryo and have a pregnancy experience
The embryo was cryopreserved until March this year, making it 24 years frozen It is the longest time an embryo has been frozen, after one in Virginia which was frozen for 19 years and a few months Experts say this successful birth 'suggests the shelf life of an embryo could be infinite'
HOW DOES EMBRYO DONATION WORK?
- Couples who go through IVF tend to have extra embryos leftover, which are frozen and stored for later use. Eventually, when families decide they don't want any more children, they have to decide what to do with the leftover frozen embryos.
- IVF couples have a few options for their left over embryos:-
- donate the embryos to research
- thaw them and let them die
- keep them frozen donate them to a couple who can't conceive
Hi doctor am 8 weeks pregnant now but in uscan it's showing am 7 week pregnant. Is there any pblm in my baby growth. So exactly in which am in now 7th r 8th please let me know doctor in my 6th week my heart rate was 140bpm and crl 5.11 mm I want your help plz.
IVF(Invitrofertilization) is considered as most successful ART.But as patients its important that you should know that it has limitations even in the best circumstances and is guarded by certain confounding factors ranging from your age to clinical skills with proper training of your treating doctor to the lab parameters. If you are claimed 100 or 200% results then that must be God’s Promise as its beyond limitation of a human at least.So don’t get carried away by the Google ads and other advertisement and brand names and age only –do your proper homework before you get treated.What is more important and expected is not just to start you on injectable medicines but the right guidance with cafeteria choice with definitely paying due respect to what you decide as a couple with open mind.Availability of different tests and glamourous equipments with fancy medicines doesn’t mean you need all.
Here are few things you should learn before stepping into any clinic to have a smooth journey of parenthood
1) Your clinical profile-
Success of an IVF revolves around as what is the age of female partner because as the age advances(more than 35 years) quality and quantity of eggs(ovarian reserve) will decline so further compromising the success rate.Chances range between 30 to 45% with own eggs and sperms and 50 to 60% in Surrogacy and donor gametes
2) Get basic check up done-
You should get at least ovarian reserve and semen test done before you reach Doctor
3) Preconceptional advise- (Prevention is better than cure)
Start Folic acid(Prenatal Vitamins) before you plan pregnancy at least one month prior .It will help save your baby against brain and spinal disorders because at the end we want you to have healthy baby
4) Medical clearance-
If you are more than 40 years age or if you have any history of medical ailments associated so get yourself treated prior hand only .Purpose is to see that you are medically fit to carry the pregnancy or you don’t carry any disease which can impact your baby.No hurry is more precious than being safe first.
5) Know Your Problem First-
Term Infertility or labeling someone as Infertile looks very harsh.Its important you should know the difference.If you had any pregnancy or abortion earlier then you are subfertile-it means you have decreased fertility but still you have much better chances of having baby than the couple who never had any pregnancy
6) Donor not always an answer to nil sperms-
Even if your husband has zero sperms(azoopsermia), it doesn’t mean that you have to opt only for donor sperms.Still healthy sperms can be obtained from his testes by a minor surgery called SSR(Surgical sperm retrieval) like TESA,PEAS,MESA,TESE,MICROTESE.
During the fifth month of your pregnancy, your breasts may begin to leak a yellowish fluid called colostrum in preparation for breastfeeding.
Hello sir. I know about pregnancy. Can I pregnant with condom, explain about merit/demerit of condom. Kya mai period ke time sex kar skti hu. Kab sex karne me pregnancy ke chances hote hai.
Taking prenatal multivitamins which are rich in folic acid supplements before the pregnancy starts and during the pregnancy prevents the child from certain birth defects and also reduces the risk of miscarriage. 500 mcg/day is the most likely recommendation in the initial stages.