Why to choose Sante Plus IVF Clinic?
Frequently Asked Questions for IVF Treatments
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Q: There are numerous In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Clinics. What is special about the Sante Plus In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Center? A: Sante Plus In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Center is one of the most frequent (IVF) Center, and has been providing fertility services since 2015. Around 1,500 couples are accepted for In Vitro Fertilization each year. Throughout their treatment they receive care from a team of specialists who closely coordinate to achieve best results. All of our In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) doctors are highly trained and board certified in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. Q: What is the success rate in the Sante Plus clinic? A: Success rates differ depending on various factors. Among these, women’s age and previous failed In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) cycles are the main two factors. The pregnancy rate in young couples with a good prognosis is approximately 65%, whereas in couples with a poor prognosis, such as those with a maternal age of over 40y, or with more than three previous failed In Vitro Fertilization cycles, the pregnancy rate is significantly lower, decreasing up to 15-20%. After 43 years pregnancy rate is about 3-5 %. Q: Do we need to visit the clinic for a pre-treatment appointment? If so, when? A: Whenever possible, it is best for both partners to come to the clinic for a thorough evaluation before treatment is started. If a couple wish to start treatment during the initial visit, then it is essential that the woman should come on day two or three of her period. It is preferable for her husband to have abstained from intercourse for three to four days before the visit so that sperm analysis can be carried out. Q: How many days does treatment take? A: One cycle of treatment takes approximately sixteen to seventeen days. COH begins on the second or third day of the menstruation period. Generally it takes seven to ten days, depending on whether it is a short or a long protocol. After that, hCG; the drug that stimulates final oocyte maturation, is given, and thirty-six hours later OPU is performed. Three to five days after OPU, embryos are transferred. Transfer day depends upon the number and quality of the embryos. Q: What is day one of my cycle? A: Day one is calculated as the first full day of your period, with heavy bleeding that starts before midday Q: What should be the time interval between two IVF treatments? A: In order to wait the healing period generally waiting at least two months is preferred.