Common FAQ of IVF Treatments


Infertility is a condition where a couple is unable to conceive even after a year of unprotected sexual intercourse. It is estimated that about 10% of women and 15% of men have fertility problems. In such cases, IVF treatment can be used as a solution for infertility issues.

 If you wish to know more about how this medical procedure works, how much it costs and what are its chances of success? We have answered all your questions here!

1. What Is IVF?

IVF stands for In Vitro Fertilization. It is a process of fertilization of an egg with sperm in a laboratory,The resulting Embryo transferred to the uterus.

2.How to Know If Your Infertility Is Related to Age?

Age is the most common cause of infertility. When women reach their 30s and 40s, their ovaries produce fewer eggs and those eggs tend to be less healthy  and may have abnormal genetic material (Aneuploidy) than those in younger women. This can lead to lower rates of IVF success and chance of abortion Increase.

However, there are other factors that you should consider before ruling out a woman age as a factor in her difficulty in getting pregnant. Is she taking medications? Medications like steroids or birth control pills can impact a woman’s fertility both as she ages and by reducing the number of viable eggs available for use during IVF treatment. If you have been using these medications over an extended period of time, talk with your doctor.

3. Has she had surgery?

 If a woman has had Tubal ligation Cystectomy or some other surgical procedure done on her reproductive system then it could also impact future chance at conceiving naturally since these procedures affect the Fallopian Tubes which  is the site of fertilization in the lady.

4. Is There Any Chance of Pregnancy After 40?

There is no age cut-off for getting pregnant, but  your chances of pregnancy  changes as you get older. The key to getting pregnant at any age is having healthy eggs, which are produced in the ovaries. Ovarian reserve, or egg quality and quantity, decreases as a woman ages. This can make it more difficult to get pregnant at an advanced age – but it not impossible!

In fact, many women over 40 do conceive naturally and successfully give birth to healthy babies; many others choose ART because they want more control over their fertility. Women who use ART after 40 may have higher success rates than those using conventional methods because the stimulation drugs.  increases the odds that there will be enough good quality eggs and more number of  Egg available for fertilization at time of retrieval compared with what would normally occur naturally – thus increasing the number of embryos created during a cycle.

4.Can I Get Pregnant With PCOS?

PCOS is a common cause of infertility and affects between 5% and 10% of all women. It is also

known as polycystic ovary syndrome, or Stein-Leventhal syndrome.

In PCOS, eggs are produced but they do not mature properly to be released from the ovaries during

ovulation. As a result, these eggs cannot be fertilized by sperm and become fertilized in the fallopian

tubes instead. This causes what is known as an ectopic pregnancy; this can be dangerous if left

untreated because it could lead to internal bleeding or even death!

5.Cost of IVF?

Cost of IVF is decided by your age,AMH level,as this decides the dose of stimulation drugs and that fluctuates the Cost.

Cost is dependent on if the client requires surgical sperm retrieval and ICSI.If yes the cost goes up.

Consult with us at Irene IVF Centre regarding IVF, we are here to help you. For Consultation Call Us : +91-9810840455, 011 4155 1917 or email Us :-

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