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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT INFERTILITY TREATMENT
If you’re struggling with infertility and need help getting pregnant, there are fertility treatments that can help increase your chances of having a baby. Thanks to technology, there are lots of ways to help people with all kinds of fertility issues. The options that are best for you depend on your personal situation and what’s causing your infertility. Sometimes only one person needs treatment, other times both partners will use a combination of treatments together. Fertility treatments often include medications that help with hormones and ovulation, sometimes combined with minor surgical procedures. Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) describes several kinds of procedures that can help you have a baby. ART includes procedures that make it easier for sperm to fertilize an egg, and help the egg implant in your uterine lining. Two of the most common fertility treatments are:
Intrauterine insemination (IUI): Healthy sperm is collected and inserted directly into your uterus when you’re ovulating.
In vitro fertilization (IVF): Eggs are taken from your ovaries and fertilized by sperm in a lab, where they develop into embryos. Then a doctor puts the embryos into your uterus.
Cryopreservation (aka freezing your eggs, sperm, or embryos), egg or embryo donation, and gestational carriers (aka surrogacy) are also forms of ART.
Donor sperm, donor eggs, and surrogates are often used by same-sex couples or single people who want to have a baby. You can also use sperm and/or eggs from a donor if a problem with your own sperm cells or eggs is causing infertility issues.
But all treatments are not legal in all countries. Therefore selecting the right country and the hospital which has a very high success rate for your operation are the most important things.
KEY POINTS ABOUT INFERTILITY TREATMENT
|What can be achieved?||Pregnancy||Yes|
|Operation Details||How operation is done?|
|Anesthesia||Generally not needed|
|Duration of the operation||10-15 mins|
|Other Considerations||Total time needed for the operation, pre and post checks||14 days in hotel|
|Back to work in||Immediately|
|Start of sports||Immediately with some exceptions|
|Results||Depend on the case.|
|Any visible sign of the operation after recovery||No|
|Side effects of the operation||Very minor|
|Risks||Not reaching the desired pregnancy, drug reactions, multiple births, standard birth defects.|
Flexible payment plans of up to 24 months.
With credit card:
You can pay your treatments up to 12 installments with your credit card which has a limit that can cover the entire cost.
Without credit card:
If you are Swiss citizen or have a C or B permit with a European nationality you may benefit a payment plan up to 24 months with 0% interest.
² Global Medical AG, is not a credit institution. Decisions about your suitability for any payment plan are solely at discretion of our partner credit companies. Your payment plans are not finalised before you get payment slips from them. For installments by credit cards, your card limit should cover the entire operation cost.
FAQ - INFERTILITY TREATMENTS
Can I have treatment at the dentist, color my hair, or go swimming?
Yes. There is no evidence that any of these activities can be harmful. You should live your life as normally as possible during your treatment. It is important that you are relaxed and comfortable with yourself at this time and during any resulting pregnancy.
Do children born as a result of infertility treatment have more abnormalities than children born following natural fertilization?
Abnormalities are found in around three percent of the children, this corresponds with the general population of children born following natural fertilization. In infertility treatments with pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGN) you may learn about these abnormalities at the embryo stage.
Do I have to rest in bed when I get home after the transfer?
Bed rest makes no difference to the chances of becoming pregnant. However, it is advisable not to do strenuous activity. Bed rest after embryo transfer does not increase the chance of pregnancy. You may resume daily activities. However, we recommend avoiding high impact physical activity in the first 24 hours. Also avoiding sports, demanding physical tasks, and the lifting of heavy objects until the day of the pregnancy test is recommended.
Do you have a “cut-off” age for your infertility treatment patients?
Currently, we are able to offer fertility treatment to patients up to the age of 45.
Does infertility treatment increase the risk of ectopic pregnancy?
A woman who becomes pregnant naturally has a one percent chance of an ectopic pregnancy. The chances are no higher in an infertility treatment pregnancy unless the woman already has a damaged tube or tubes.
Does infertility treatment significantly increase the chance of multiple pregnancies?
Under some circumstances, infertility treatment can increase the chances of multiple pregnancies. For example, a woman under the age of thirty-seven having infertility treatment has a twenty-five to thirty percent chance of having twins if two embryos are transferred. Because multiple pregnancies increase the risk of miscarriage, premature births, and other medical problems, a limit is placed on the number of embryos transferred in infertility treatment. Under most countries’ laws, the maximum number of embryos that can be transferred is dependent on the age of the woman and the number of previous treatments.
Does ovarian stimulation result in early menopause?
No. Follicles are encouraged to mature during stimulation, but this happens during a normal cycle too. The only difference is that, during a normal cycle, most of the follicles die. Ovarian stimulation helps many eggs, which would otherwise be lost, develop.
How soon can I travel? Can I fly home straight after treatment?
Although there is no objection to car and air travel, we recommend that you do not fly on the day of the transfer, but wait until the next day.
Is egg retrieval painful?
We do our egg retrievals under anesthesia. You will be asleep during the procedure. You will feel absolutely nothing, remember absolutely nothing, and will have few of or none of the typical side effects of anesthesia such as nausea and vomiting.
Is embryo transfer painful?
Embryo transfer does not require anesthesia. It is performed using a speculum that allows the doctor to see the cervix, (like a Pap smear) and is very similar in technique to intrauterine insemination (IUI).
Is infertility treatment the only way to achieve pregnancy?
Infertility treatment is not the only way to achieve pregnancy. Treatment depends on the cause of infertility.
- If the infertility is unexplained or of short duration (approximately one to three years), treatment starts with the simplest procedure: timed intercourse and ovulation induction using oral medications (clomiphene citrate, aromatase inhibitors) or injections (rFSH, hMG).
- If this fails, the next step is intrauterine insemination (IUI). This is a procedure in which motile sperms are placed directly into the uterine cavity, via a thin catheter. Before the sperms are placed, the ovaries are stimulated by hormonal pills or injections. This is a painless procedure and anesthesia is not needed. It is also less costly than infertility treatment.
- If IUI fails despite two or three attempts, the next step is infertility treatment.
- In cases of severe male infertility, tubal pathology or ovarian insufficiency, treatment starts directly with infertility treatment.
Is there bleeding after egg retrieval?
Vaginal bleeding is not common after egg retrieval. If it does occur, it is usually from the needle puncture sites in the vaginal wall. It is usually minor and similar to, or less heavy than, a period.
What about babies born after infertility treatments? Does infertility treatment treatment increase chromosomal abnormalities or are these babies selected ones?
They are not different than other births. However, in severe male infertility cases, some minor congenital abnormalities may be seen more frequently.
What about sexual intercourse?
It has not been proven that avoiding coitus during the two weeks after embryo transfer makes any difference to the chance of pregnancy. However, you will be required not to have any sexual intercourse until the result of the pregnancy test is obtained.
What factors affect the success rate?
- The most important factor is women’s age. After 43y, the success rate decreases dramatically.
- Having more than three previous failed infertility treatment cycles despite good quality embryos in a successful clinic is also a negative prognostic factor.
- Sperm samples dominantly containing sperms with severe morphological defects can cause lower fertilization and pregnancy rates.
- Endometrium, the inner layer of the uterus that accepts the embryos, plays an important role in implantation. A thinner endometrium decreases the chance of being pregnant.
- Hydrosalpinx can negatively affect implantation. These are swollen fallopian tubes filled with fluid. This fluid flows back into the uterus and be toxic to embryos, increasing the risk of implantation failure, abortion and also ectopic pregnancy rate. These pathological tubes must be removed or blocked before an infertility treatment attempt.
What if embryo transfer falls on a weekend or holiday?
The clinic is open 7 days a week for the active treatment of infertility treatment patients.
What if my husband or I get sick during an infertility treatment cycle?
Most colds or upper respiratory infections will not be a problem. Most over the counter medications and antibiotics are safe to use with fertility drugs.
What should be the time interval between two infertility treatments?
In order to wait for the healing period generally waiting at least two months before starting a new treatment is preferred.
Will egg retrieval damage my ovaries?
No. Many women have undergone egg retrieval several times.
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