Nowadays, many couples are finding difficulty in conceiving. Motherhood is a divinity that every woman desire to. The only difference between IVF and normal process is that in case of IVF, sperms and eggs are fertilized in the lab by a highly skilled embryologist followed by embryo transfer into uterus done by IVF Specialist. IVF babies are as normal as other children. Actually, it is very difficult to distinguish between IVF baby and other children.
What is IVF?
IVF or in vitro fertilisation is a series of procedures to assist you with conception. It is when a human egg is fertilised with sperm in a laboratory. If the fertilised egg (embryo) successfully implants in the uterus, this will result in pregnancy.

What are the reasons for using IVF?
IVF is used to treat infertility and some genetic problems. It may also help people in the sexually- and gender-diverse (LGBTIAQ+) community start a family, as well as single people who would like to become parents.

You may think about using IVF for a number of reasons, including if you or your partner have:

low sperm count
problems with ovulation due to conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome

problems with the fallopian tubes
if either of you have been sterilised
problems with endometriosis
a wish to avoid passing on inherited genetic disorders to your children

Tools to help you plan better
Get quick understanding of your fertility cycle and accordingly make a schedule to track it

Pregnancy calculator

Ovulation calculator

Pregnancy Conception Calculator

Period calculator

Pregnancy Due Date Calculator

How much does IVF cost?
IVF is costly and time-consuming. Repeated cycles can take an emotional and physical toll on people going through it, and their family.

If you are considering IVF, it is important to talk to your doctor, or the IVF clinic to understand what is covered and any out-of-pocket costs.

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