Researchers have found that stress does lead to infertility. Researchers have found two stress biomarkers( alpha-amylase and cortisol) in women and have said that women with high levels of alpha-amylase were twice as likely to be at risk of infertility.
Does IVF always result in pregnancy?
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IVF is not a method that boasts of a 100% success rate. Pregnancy is a natural process and any artificial alternative to it cannot help but be dependent on some natural factors. Natural factors like sperm count, the condition of the uterus, health issues of donor, etc. are important towards the success of IVF.
No control can be issued over the success of IVF cycle
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Proper evaluation is necessary before embarking on IVF. One must ask questions like " Is my uterus ready?", " Do I have enough eggs?", " Is my husband's sperm adequate?" and other questions bordering on similar lines before opting for IVF. Prior knowledge of such conditions can determine the success of the IVF cycle.
How long does it take to determine pregnancy after IVF?
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It takes 14 days after IVF to determine pregnancy. Patients are adviced to obtain a blood pregnancy test 12 to 14 days after an IVF embryo transfer and to avoid home pregnancy testing. In-office blood pregnancy tests provide the most reliable and accurate result.
Special diet can boost your chances of getting pregnant.
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There is no miracle diet as such that can boost fertility. Pregnancy occurs when an ovum is fertilized and there is no food item that can fertilize an ovum.