IVF treatmrent is the procedure of choice for those with fallopian tube issues, as well as for such conditions as endometriosis, male factor infertility and unexplained infertility. A Doctor will review a patient’s history and perform series of diagnostic procedures before deciding on what treatment plan would fit them best.


The prospect of daily injections can be stressful. While injections are a necessary part of IVF treatment, nurses carefully instruct and support every patient throughout this process to make them feel comfortable.


Patients feel nothing during the procedure as they are given anesthesia. Egg retrieval is only a minor surgery. A vaginal ultrasound probe fitted with a long, thin needle is passed through the wall of the vagina and into each ovary. The needle punctures each egg follicle and gently removes the egg through a gentle suction. Anesthesia wears off quickly once egg retrieval is concluded.


During an IVF cycle, focus on eating healthy, balanced meals. Do not make any major or significant changes during this time, like going gluten-free or opting for keto diet if you were not doing that already.


A woman is most fertile at the time of ovulation (when an egg is released from your ovaries), which usually occurs 12 to 14 days before next period starts.


Having sex every day during fertile window (usually the five days leading up to the day of ovulation, and the day of ovulation itself) gives you a 25 percent chance at conceiving.