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You should consider Fertility Treatment if after one year of regular unprotected intercourse, you are not able to conceive.

A complete IVF treatment plan can occur within 28 days for a Fresh Transfer Cycle. For a Frozen Transfer Cycle, the treatment plan can be done over 2-3 months. For either of these treatment plans, the steps are the same. • Initial Consultation including ultrasound scans, Semen analysis, blood tests which provide the diagnosis, counselling and creating a treatment plan: One visit to the clinic. • Ovarian stimulation (taking medication) occurs over ten days and involves 3 visits to the Clinic in

Absolutely no. In normal circumstances i.e., no IVF-related stimulation, only one follicle is stimulated by the FSH hormone secreted from the pituitary gland and the rest of your ovarian reserve will be diminished every month. Using stimulating medications will allow several follicles to grow and being retrieved rather than being diminished. In fact, the use of stimulating medications will Not reduce the ovarian reserve (the total number of eggs you have). IVF treatment also does NOT affect t

Stimulation medications can cause mood swings, headaches, hot flashes, abdominal pain, bloating, mild cramping and discomfort, breast tenderness and constipation. However, it does not affect all women and lasts about a week. AT Tithi IVF Clinic, our Doctors and Medical staff are extremely well-versed in Stimulation techniques. Our key USP is our own proprietary Stimulation Protocol which enhances the quality of your eggs retrieved and reduces the chances of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (