In vitro fertilization (IVF) is probably the most effective therapy considered for almost all reasons of infertility. It is a very specific and regulated process involving stimulation of the development of multiple eggs, extraction of eggs from the uterus (egg retrieval), fertilization in the embryology laboratory, and eventual placing of the finest-quality embryos in the womb (embryo transfer).
Continued technological improvements, there are still occasions that IVF is not an effective first or second attempt. While the disappointment sometimes correlated with a negative pregnancy test following IVF is totally natural, it is important to know why the frequency of IVF success is not 100% and why, in most situations, you would probably try again.
If the IVF treatment is not effective, the most common reason is that the embryo(s) keep growing before they can be inserted. Other contributing factors to be considered include uterine receptiveness and embryo transfer mechanism, but the vast majority of ineffective IVF cycles can be ascribed to embryo reliability.
If we speak about the value of the embryo, we’re talking about the ability of the embryo to keep growing and to “last” when it’s inside the womb. Both embryos are given grades based on their rate of development and some more arbitrary characteristics, such as cell symmetry and degree of fragmentation.
High-quality embryo are mostly success than the low-quality embryos but not a 100% chance to get pregnant with good quality embryo some time it goes wrong however good quality embryos.
Environment and experience of the doctor is matter most. Sperm quality and laboratory quality effect on success.
But egg quality is without a doubt the most important because it is the egg’s responsibility to ensure normal chromosome supplementation in the fetus.
Reason Why IVF Gose Fail
Now there are so many reasons behind your IVF cycle fail. When the IVF phase ends, a lot of people feel sadness, resentment, and dissatisfaction. It’s completely normal to feel these thoughts, but you’re not meant to condemn yourself or your friend. The Fertility treatment may fail for a number of reasons, and the odds are that it will be completely out of your control. Speak to your fertility specialist who will be able to explain what might have happened, and what steps to take next.
We’ve brought together Following some of the more common reasons why Vitro Fertilization disappointed.
The Quality of The Embryo
One of the most common reasons for the failure of the IVF process is the performance of the embryo. Upon moving to the womb, most embryos are unable to develop because they are incomplete. Embryos which look healthy in a laboratory may have defects that cause them to die rather than mature. In most cases, this is attributed to the fetus and not to the vagina.
The Age of The Egg
While the age of the female experiencing IVF plays a major role, the age of the eggs is more vital. This will have a significant impact on her chances of pregnancy with and without IVF. On average, about 25% of the embryos used in IVF will contribute to living births. At Nurture Fertility, our rate of success is 39 per cent of people under 38 and 17 per cent for those over 38.
Women are more likely to have a higher risk of IVF performance when using donor sperm.
IVF With Donor Eggs
One of the most critical things to consider IVF treatment is that it succeeds about half the time in the best of cases. So, sometimes the person needs numerous IVF cycles to get pregnant and deliver a baby. Other times, a female who is older or has an “early age” of her ovaries may not have an effective in vitro (IVF) cycle. In such situations, which are not so uncommon for CHR due to our particular expertise in the treatment of women with ovarian ageing, clinicians that opt for the use of donor sperm. Donation IVF helps a female that would otherwise have little chance of getting pregnant to bear and raise her own child with sperm from her partner. Donor egg intervals are typically less costly than intakes. The CHR now operates an embryo adoption agency which has been very effective.
You should likely be asked to stop smoking by three weeks until the start in your Fertility treatment. People who smoke often need up to twice the number of IVF cycles to conceive and are much more likely to suffer a miscarriage. If you are overweight or underweight, you should attempt to reach a healthy weight to increase your chances of successful IVF treatment.
Response From Ovaries
Rarely, women’s ovaries do not respond to IVF drugs as they should do not contain multiple eggs. It may be harder for women over 37 years of age or those with elevated tumour-stimulating hormone levels to generate adequate eggs. If that is the case with you, the odds are that the IVF will fail. Somebody will work with you to better evaluate the chances of it happening and discuss any changes which need to be made to your reproductive medications.