In 35 years since the birth of the first test-tube baby in 1978, the IVF treatment cycle has undergone many changes and developed with the advancement of technology and medical research. One of the latest developments in IVF treatment is the practice of conducting consecutive cycles.

Earlier it was thought that repetitive attempts could reduce the number of eggs. Patients were usually advised to take a break of few months before starting the next IVF cycle to allow the ovarian follicles to develop. Nowadays, the use of Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) allows even the smallest of follicles to grow into mature eggs. The eggs can also be frozen for use in subsequent IVF cycles.

Conception is not always achieved with a single cycle of treatment. Multiple cycles facilitate a better chance of conception by rectifying causes that hindered conception in the previous cycle. For example, if the sperm is not able to penetrate the egg during the fertilization phase of IVF, the ICSI procedure may be used to inject the sperm directly into the egg.

In repeating the IVF cycle, doctors can also adjust the type or dosage of ovary stimulation drugs in order to yield a positive result. It also helps in saving time since with every gap between IVF cycles, the age of the woman increases, reducing her body’s natural potential to conceive. The emotional pressure of patients undergoing IVF treatment to have a baby often causes them to drop out after a single failure. What is required is to approach IVF as a course of treatment and prepare to undergo at least three IVF cycles. The chance of success is therefore tripled. For the best best infertility treatment visit Silverberries IVF which is known as Best IVF Treatment Centre In Pune

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