No Child Birth? No Issue!

A man not able to conceive a child is the symptom of male infertility. However, there are many other symptoms like difficulty in doing sex, Pain, swelling or a lump in the testicle area, Abnormal breast growth, reduced sexual desire, hormonal abnormality.

Blessing of science

Science has been changed our lives. Immense opportunities and facilities are being provided by science and technology. Some couples have problems to become parents, science has found a solution for them. It is a process of conceiving not naturally but medically. Pregnancy happened artificially not sexually it is called in vitro fertilization IVF pregnancy. It requires only an egg and a sperm.  The medical procedure takes place for egg production. The whole process involves the following steps.

The process

Ovulation induction is the first step in which Ovaries are used for making eggs and keep these eggs mature for fertilization. Regularly hormone levels should be tracked by ultrasounds and blood tests. Once ovaries succeed to produce mature eggs, these eggs removed from the ovary and carefully eggs are pulled out by thin hollow tube and mix with the sperm. It is called egg retrieval.

IVF

In vitro fertilization is a process of combing the sperm and eggs. Sperm cell can be a part of a partner or a donor. These cells combine with the eggs. When sperm cells are combined to the eggs it becomes fertilized eggs and it is called embryos. These embryos eggs are put again in the uterus of a woman with the help of thin tube which passes through the cervix into the uterus. It is called embryos transfer. It helps in balancing the family by identifying the gender before embryos transfer into uterus again.

After the IVF, the body is affected by some issues, including bruising caused by shots, tenderness in the breasts, cramping, allergic reaction to medicines, severe infection and bleeding. There are some more issues but they need an immediate response to the problem. This includes high fever, blood in urine and heavy vaginal bleeding.

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