Infertility caused by blocked fallopian tubes is very common in clinical practice, and many patients said that they had undergone dredging operations many years ago, and did not become pregnant afterwards, and did not review the fallopian tubes. What should I do if I want to become pregnant? What about IVF? Infertility can be defined as infertility for more than one year without contraception with normal sexual life. For patients who have had a blocked fallopian tube before, they have not become pregnant in the next few years and should be checked in the hospital for diagnosis. Is it infertile? After the fallopian tube is dredged, it is generally easier to conceive in about half a year, but if it is still infertile for more than half a year, then the fallopian tube may be blocked again. In this case, if you are considering giving birth and do not plan to dredge the fallopian tube again, It is possible to go directly to a professional hospital for IVF assistance. Test-tube baby technology uses in vitro fertilization to treat infertility. Instead of ovulating through the fallopian tube, the egg is taken out of the ovary and placed outside the body for culture. After that, the embryo is directly placed in the uterine cavity to help the embryo implantation and pregnancy.
For infertility patients, the purpose of IVF is to conceive a child, and IVF must involve sperm and eggs, and treatment cannot be completed without sperm or eggs. So, if the egg is immature, is there still hope to give birth to a child in a test tube? Is it hopeful to get a baby in a test tube when the follicle is immature? During conception, when the follicle matures, the discharged egg will be mature, healthy and of good quality. If the follicles are immature, cannot ovulate normally or the quality of the eggs released is not good, it will affect the normal pregnancy process. Therefore, women with immature follicles are often accompanied by infertility. The immature follicles can be solved by IVF treatment. In the process of IVF treatment, ovulation-stimulating drugs are used to stimulate the growth of follicles and promote the growth and maturity of follicles, thereby obtaining more eggs. So for women with immature follicles, in IVF treatment, doctors will make plans based on their physical conditions to help the follicles grow and achieve the goal of pregnancy. Patients and friends only need to actively cooperate with the doctor to complete the treatment, maintain a good attitude, and be psychologically prepared.
In the infertility clinic, there are many women with primary infertility. Many of them are unable to conceive due to blocked fallopian tubes. When they learn about the cause, they will wonder why they have not been pregnant, why they have blocked fallopian tubes? Will fallopian tube blockage even after pregnancy? There are many reasons for fallopian tube blockage. Although most fallopian tube blockages are caused by improper operation of the uterine cavity and inflammation of the fallopian tubes, it does not rule out vaginitis, cervicitis, endometritis, appendicitis, The ascending infection of the pathogenic bacteria of tuberculosis, as well as various factors such as menstrual intercourse, unclean sex, etc. cause salpingitis and cause blockage and infertility. For women who have never been pregnant, have not undergone miscarriage or any uterine cavity surgery, there is also the possibility of blocked fallopian tubes. This is because the fallopian tube is inflamed, which can lead to stenosis of the uterine cavity, adhesion of the fallopian tube, or obstruction of the fallopian tube, so that the sperm cannot meet and fertilize the egg, thereby causing infertility. For women who are infertile due to blocked fallopian tubes, whether they have been pregnant or not, they can use IVF technology to give birth to offspring. Because the blocked fallopian tubes cannot transport eggs and fertilized eggs, IVF can directly retrieve the eggs for in vitro fertilization, which avoids In the process of transporting eggs through the fallopian tube, IVF is an ideal treatment for women with tubal infertility.
From the day a woman is born, the number of follicles stored in the ovaries is the established number, about 2 million oocytes, but as the body develops and ages, when the woman reaches puberty, only 40 oocytes remain. 10,000 or so. Over time, most of the eggs will die during the natural cell growth process. Every menstrual cycle will have a batch of follicles develop, but in this batch of follicles, only one follicle matures, the rest of the follicles will be atresia, and about 400-500 follicles mature and ovulate in a woman’s life. How many eggs are suitable for IVF? The ideal number of eggs during IVF is 10-15. Due to the different conditions of patients, such as age, ovarian function, treatment plan and drug response, the number of eggs obtained is also different. 1. Too few follicles and fewer eggs are obtained, and the number of transferable embryos decreases, and there may even be no transferable embryos, which affects the cumulative pregnancy rate. 2. Too many follicles. The more follicles that develop during ovulation induction, the higher the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, which can cause nausea, vomiting, pleural and ascites. In severe cases, it can cause thrombosis and life threatening. In addition, the development of multiple follicles will also affect Endometrial receptivity affects embryo implantation. Generally speaking, a certain number of eggs obtained is only part of the IVF process, but it is not a guarantee of the success of IVF. Therefore, everyone’s physical condition is not the same and cannot be generalized.
Tubal infertility is a major factor that makes women difficult to conceive. Most women with tubal infertility will consider treatment when they discover tubal disease. Test tube baby is currently the main treatment for infertility. Naturally, it is also suitable for treating infertility caused by blocked fallopian tubes. So, do I have to do a test tube if the fallopian tube is blocked? Fallopian tube failure will cause a woman’s eggs and sperm to be unable to fertilize, so she cannot conceive naturally. Many couples of childbearing age will want to undergo surgery after the diagnosis of the fallopian tube failure, or directly do the test tube baby, so which treatment is better? There are two main treatment methods for the fallopian tube failure, one is to dredge the fallopian tube , But there are two situations to dredge the fallopian tube. One is that the fallopian tube is still blocked after the operation, and the other is that the fallopian tube is successfully dredged, but after the operation is dredged, it may be blocked again, and within half a year is the ideal conception time. I have not been pregnant for half a year, so I need to try IVF treatment. Another way to treat blocked fallopian tubes is to take test-tube baby technology to treat the eggs directly from the ovaries, fertilize them with sperm outside the body, and culture them into initial embryos, and then transplant them into the uterine cavity to achieve the goal of pregnancy. There is no need for tubal ovulation during the entire test tube treatment process, so the treatment for tubal infertility is more appropriate.
Endometriosis is a common disease that makes it difficult for couples of childbearing age to conceive. There are many clinical endometriosis patients who want to use IVF technology to give birth to children, but endometriosis is also classified , Not all need IVF to get pregnant. So, does endometriosis need to be tested directly? How to treat it? Endometriosis is mainly divided into four levels, which can also be called mild, moderate and severe. The treatment can be promoted Ovulation guidance, intercourse, artificial insemination and IVF. If it is mild endometriosis and both sides of the fallopian tubes are unobstructed, the woman is young, the infertility time is short, and the man’s semen is still normal, you can consider guiding the pregnancy trial. If you are still infertile after March to June, you can receive artificial sperm as soon as possible Fertilization. If the woman is older and has a long period of infertility, especially if the man has mild to moderately weak sperm, it is recommended to perform 2-3 times of artificial insemination immediately after the operation to shorten the fertility time. If ovarian chocolate cysts are found in the pelvic cavity of a patient with infertility by vaginal ultrasonography, the ovarian reserve function should be checked first. If the ovarian function is normal, surgery should be given priority. If the ovarian function has declined, it is recommended to directly assist the pregnancy with IVF and closely observe the changes of the cyst If the cyst grows rapidly, surgery is still needed. For the recurrence of chocolate cysts after surgery, reoperation is not recommended, and a special program can be considered to directly assist the pregnancy with IVF.
Adenomyosis refers to a benign lesion caused by the invasion of the endometrium of women into the myometrium. Clinically, secondary aggravated dysmenorrhea, increased menstrual flow or prolonged menstrual period, and enlarged uterus are the main manifestations. In addition, adenomyosis, as a stumbling block on the way of female reproduction, is a common and difficult disease in gynecology, and is one of the culprits of female infertility problems! In today’s highly developed science and technology, many uterine muscles Patients with adenomyosis are difficult to conceive because of their own pain, so they pin their hopes of being a mother on IVF. Can women with adenomyosis use IVF technology for assisted reproduction? The answer is yes, patients with adenomyosis can try to become mothers through IVF. However, no one can guarantee real success. The uterine volume increases and embryos are not easily implanted. Because the muscular layer of the uterus of patients with adenomyosis is filled with diffuse endometriosis lesions, the uterine volume of patients with adenomyosis will increase accordingly. In severe cases, it is even several times larger than the normal uterus, which may cause intensive contraction of the uterine muscles, making it difficult for the embryo to implant.  .Age is one of the influencing factors for the success of IVF. If the patient’s ovarian function is normal and the age is not more than 38 years old, surgery can be used to shrink the uterus, combined with medication, and then IVF Course of treatment. But if the patient’s ovarian function is already declining, ovulation induction should be performed first, and surgery and medication should be performed after storing enough eggs. However, patients need to take drugs or needles to promote drainage. The drugs will not only cause disorder of the patient’s menstrual cycle, but also aggravate dysmenorrhea. Some patients may experience unbearable pain, accompanied by heavy bleeding, and unable to walk normally. phenomenon. Considering the influence of adenomyosis on embryo implantation, this move may achieve the goal of pregnancy, but the possibility of pregnancy success is still relatively low. The fetus is also prone to miscarriage and even premature delivery.  . In light of your own situation, you need to think twice before doing test tubes, so I would like to advise all patients with adenomyosis to combine their own actual conditions, and then choose whether to do test tube babies. Patients with milder symptoms of adenomyosis can be treated with drugs to increase the possibility of IVF success. But for patients who are already very sick, don’t be impulsive. To know that the uterus is abnormal, it does not mean that the ovaries are also abnormal. There are ovaries and there are eggs. Through egg retrieval surgery, egg retrieval, in vitro fertilization, and third-party assisted reproduction to transfer blastocysts to loving mothers for surrogacy, you can also harvest Your own baby can also achieve prenatal and postnatal care and avoid your own risks.  .I would also like to remind every patient with adenomyosis, in daily life, try to relax the body and mind, pay attention to diet, and exercise properly. To maintain a good attitude, face adenomyosis cheerfully and optimistically.
Clinically, the main reason that couples of childbearing age is difficult to conceive is mostly caused by the woman’s fallopian tube, and among them, blockage of the fallopian tube is more common. The blockage, as the name implies, is the blockage of the fallopian tubes. Can you get pregnant with direct surgical dredging? Do you need direct surgical treatment for blocked fallopian tubes? Are there other treatments? The current treatments for blocked fallopian tubes include surgical treatment and test tube These two kinds of baby assisted pregnancy. Although surgical treatment is simpler and relatively inexpensive, not all blocked fallopian tubes can be treated surgically. Tubal plastic surgery includes tubal fimbria stoma, tubal fimbriaplasty, tubal anastomosis, pelvic adhesion separation, etc., all have strict indications. If only the fimbriae adhesion of the fallopian tube does not damage the mucosal tissue in the lumen, the pregnancy rate of these patients is high and the rate of ectopic pregnancy is low after tuboplasty and pelvic adhesion separation. The postoperative pregnancy rate of patients with fimbriae hydrosalpinx was significantly lower than that of patients with no hydrocephalus only because of distal obstruction. Due to the low postoperative pregnancy rate and the high rate of ectopic pregnancy, the mid-section obstruction is generally not recommended for surgical repair, and IVF treatment is recommended. Another study found that with the prolonged period of infertility, the damage of the fallopian tube mucosa is increasing. Therefore, for patients with longer infertility years, it is recommended to choose IVF without surgery. Test-tube babies directly fertilize sperm and eggs in the laboratory, and then transfer the embryos to the uterine cavity for implantation, bypassing the place where the fallopian tube is blocked, so it is a very effective treatment for infertility caused by fallopian tube factors.
In IVF, I believe that there are many problems that everyone is not particularly familiar with. As the saying goes, “Confronting unknown things will cause confusion and fear.” This is a psychological portrayal of many women who are new to IVF. In test-tube babies, transplantation is a very important part. In transplantation, many patients do not have a special understanding of fresh embryos, frozen embryos, and blastocysts. Now, let’s distinguish it together! Fresh embryo? It is the embryo that takes out the eggs and sperm in vitro for fertilization, and cultivates them in a petri dish in the laboratory until the third day. The embryos have not been frozen and have been grown in an environment at around 37°C. The conditions for fresh embryo transplantation are generally that the blood draw results are up to the standard, the uterine environment is good, the endometrial thickness is normal, and there is no ascites. Frozen embryo? In most cases, several transferable embryos can be formed in one egg retrieval cycle, but only 1 to 2 embryos need to be transferred each time, then the excess embryos will be stored in liquid nitrogen at -196 degrees and frozen. This one is frozen, and the one to be transplanted later is the frozen embryo. Conditions for frozen embryo transplantation: Patients who are not suitable for fresh embryo transplantation due to excessive ovarian stimulation or other physical reasons during the test tube treatment. Blastocyst? As mentioned earlier, sperm and eggs develop to the third day of cleavage stage embryos. If they continue to develop, they will develop to about the fifth day, which is what we often call blastocysts. Conditions for blastocyst transfer: The requirements for blastocyst culture are high, which not only requires the number and quality of the patient’s embryos, but also requires the excellent technical level of hospital professionals. The cultivation of blastocysts is conducive to the further screening of embryos with good developmental potential, but not all embryos can be cultured into blastocysts. Doctors will generally give reasonable sac-raising suggestions based on the specific conditions of the patient. How to choose fresh embryo, frozen embryo and blastocyst? In fact, in IVF, the pregnancy rate of fresh embryos, frozen embryos, and blastocysts transfer varies from person to person and needs to be determined according to different circumstances. In the process of IVF transplantation, fresh embryo transfer is generally preferred. If fresh embryos are not suitable for transplantation, frozen embryos can be transferred, and patients who have failed repeated routine embryo transfer can choose blastocyst transfer. The pregnancy rate of IVF blastocyst transplantation is higher than that of ordinary transplantation. This is because the blastocyst can survive in vitro longer than ordinary embryos, and the number of divided cells is also larger, which increases the pregnancy rate of implantation. Embryos are more difficult to cultivate. As for fresh embryos and frozen embryos, there is an additional link between freezing and thawing of frozen embryos. Embryo freezing technology has matured. According to CCTV News, there have been reports of embryo recovery and live birth after 18 years of frozen embryos in China. The longest time for a live birth from frozen embryos is 25 years. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages. You need to choose fresh embryos, frozen embryos, and blastocysts according to your own conditions, or you need to look at the patient’s physical conditions. Each transplantation method has its own advantages and disadvantages. It is recommended to consult a doctor , And then make a selection.
First of all, I want to explain that the routine examinations before IVF are different in each reproductive center, and not every reproductive center requires imaging before IVF. It actually makes sense. Why is this happening? The main reason here is that doctors in each center have different ideas. The process of IVF is to take out the egg, then take out the sperm, put the sperm and the egg together in the laboratory (first generation) or use the microscopic operating system to inject a single sperm into a single egg (section Second generation). In theory, the fallopian tube is not needed for IVF, and it should have nothing to do with the fallopian tube. Then why do some centers emphasize the need to check the fallopian tube before doing IVF? The main purpose is to eliminate hydrosalpinx. What is hydrosalpinx? Hydrosalpinx refers to the adhesion of the distal end of the fallopian tube due to some reasons. The secretions inside the fallopian tube cannot be discharged from the fimbria of the fallopian tube, and accumulate on the fimbria of the fallopian tube. Over time, the fimbria will expand and appear “sausage-like”. Hydrosalpinx may affect the success rate of IVF. According to statistics, it may reduce the pregnancy rate by 1/2. Analyzing the reason, it may be that the fluid accumulated in the fimbriae of the fallopian tube cannot be discharged from the fimbriae and flows back into the uterine cavity, which affects the embryo implantation. Therefore, if hydrosalpinx is diagnosed, it is a consensus in the industry to deal with hydrosalpinx before embryo transfer. Since hydrosalpinx will affect embryo implantation, why do most centers do not require tubal angiography before doing IVF? Here is how to diagnose the problem of hydrosalpinx. Because the incidence of hydrosalpinx is relatively low, it is often caused by pelvic adhesions, and pelvic adhesions often have related medical history, such as chronic inflammation, endometriosis, pelvic tuberculosis, history of uterine operation, history of abdominal surgery, etc. . In addition, B-ultrasound monitoring may give some hints, after all, hysterosalpingography is an invasive operation, and most people do not have hydrosalpinx, just rule out a factor that may affect pregnancy. Besides, even if you do a salpingogram, there is no guarantee that the transplant will be successful. Therefore, most centers do not consider routine tubal angiography, but consider excluding hydrosalpinx after repeated transplantation failures. Therefore, if both couples have decided to do IVF, you can choose a reproductive center first, and carefully describe your medical history to the doctor. The doctor will consider it carefully. You need to perform related examinations according to the routine of the reproductive center you choose.
Premature ovarian failure is currently a major threat to women’s reproductive health. Many patients have ovarian function decline at a young age. What is going on? However, for women with premature ovarian failure, if there is a need for childbirth, they can choose to use test tubes. Baby technology to assist conception. For this type of patients, how is IVF treatment generally carried out? Premature ovarian failure has a lot to do with the lifestyle of contemporary women. Staying up late is a common phenomenon among women, and it also exists in diet and personal life. There are more and more unhealthy habits. Ovary, as one of the main reproductive organs of women, will be affected by maternal conditions. Therefore, these bad living habits will cause serious damage to women’s ovaries over time and cause premature failure. In view of the infertility caused by premature ovarian failure, IVF is indeed a treatment with a higher success rate. In view of the poor response of the ovaries of women with premature ovarian failure, the ovaries can withstand less stimulation, so the test tube programs generally used are Short program, micro-stimulation program, antagonist program and other programs with low dosage and low stimulating effect. After the egg is retrieved, the man will also take out the sperm, and then in the hospital laboratory, the doctor will fertilize the sperm and the egg to form a fertilized egg, and give them 3 to 5 days of development time to make the fertilized egg develop into an embryo. Later, if the conditions of the woman’s uterus permit, select 1 to 3 embryos and place them in the woman’s uterus. After 14 days, the hospital can check the HCG to confirm whether the pregnancy is successful.
Although the fallopian tube is a long and narrow tube, it plays an extremely important role. As the “traffic road” between the ovaries and the uterus, it plays an irreplaceable role in pregnancy. When a woman’s fallopian tube is blocked, it will lead to infertility. What factors will generally cause the fallopian tube to be blocked? 1. Inflammation erosion: The fallopian tube is located in the female body, and because the tube is slender, it will be difficult to completely cure the fallopian tube. Inflammation, especially chronic inflammation, is the main cause of blocked fallopian tubes. Therefore, when women encounter inflammation, they must be treated in time to prevent the inflammation from spreading to the fallopian tubes. 2. Negative effects of ectopic pregnancy: Many patients with ectopic pregnancy experience fallopian tube blockage after the operation. Some patients even cause fallopian tube adhesion or have the fallopian tube removed directly. This is also a major cause of fallopian tube blockage. 3. Endometriosis: When the ectopic endometrium grows inside the fallopian tube, it is very easy to cause blockage of the fallopian tube. The above are the main causes of blocked fallopian tubes. The current method with high success rate for treatment of blocked fallopian tubes is IVF treatment. IVF treatment takes out the patient’s eggs and sperm, completes the fertilization process outside the body, and then puts the embryo into the woman’s uterus through surgery. Therefore, blocked fallopian tubes will not affect IVF.
The zona pellucida is a thin film wrapped around the egg, which can protect the egg and prevent the entry of foreign sperm. At the same time, it can form a fertilized membrane after one sperm enters, blocking the entry of other sperm. After that, the fertilized egg breaks through the zona pellucida during conception, and then implantation can continue. When there is a problem with the zona pellucida of the woman, it will cause female infertility, but this situation can be solved by IVF technology. Let’s take a look at how such patients do IVF. The IVF treatment process is actually not complicated: first take out multiple eggs of the woman’s eggs through ovulation induction, and at the same time, the man goes to the hospital to collect the semen through masturbation and take the semen to the doctor, and the doctor in the hospital laboratory takes the sperm and eggs of both husband and wife Fertilize to form a fertilized egg, and then in the incubator, the fertilized egg will continue to develop for 3 to 5 days to form an embryo or a blastocyst. At this time, the embryo/blastocyst can be transferred to the woman’s uterus, and the test tube cycle treatment is over . For women with abnormal zona pellucida, the process is not much different, but the method of fertilization is different from that of patients who use conventional fertilization methods. If the zona pellucida is abnormal, the sperm cannot enter and fertilization cannot be completed. At this time, the doctor can use ICS technology to help the egg fertilize, and send the sperm directly to the egg to form a fertilized egg to solve the problem of fertilization. Later, if the zona pellucida blocks the embryo hatching, assisted hatching techniques can also be used to solve the problem.
The basis of embryo formation is sperm and egg. The quality of embryo is also determined by the quality of sperm and egg. In daily life, many male friends have the habit of smoking and drinking, so they have different degrees of sperm damage. Among them, teratozoospermia is more typical. So, is the high rate of sperm deformity better for artificial insemination or test tube? Deformed sperm cannot be fertilized with eggs, so the high rate of sperm deformity is also one of the reasons for male infertility. So, in this situation, should I do artificial insemination or test tube baby? In the male semen, if the sperm head, body, and tail have abnormal shapes, such as head deformity (double head), body deformity ( Incomplete state), tail deformity (double tail, missing tail), etc., and more than a certain proportion, it can be judged as teratozoospermia. The deformed sperm cannot complete the fertilization process. Only the sperm with normal morphology can be used for normal fertilization. Therefore, if the sperm deformity rate increases, it will affect male fertility. Generally speaking, artificial insemination or test tube baby for male teratozoospermia needs to be based on the patient’s sperm deformity rate. If it is mild deformity, artificial insemination can be performed, but if it is moderate deformity, it needs to go through conventional in vitro Fertilization technology assists pregnancy, and the deformity rate is high. If the diagnosis is severe or extremely severe, the second-generation IVF technology is needed to help the fertilization. Therefore, whether to do artificial insemination or IVF depends on the patient’s sperm In terms of deformity rate, if the deformity rate is more serious, the doctor will directly recommend a test tube. But no matter which method is used to treat teratozoospermia, it is necessary to prepare the ID card, marriage certificate, and birth certificate of both spouses before treatment.
In the female reproductive system, the fallopian tube is the connecting channel between the ovary and the uterus. Although it is only a very small tube, it is also a key factor in determining whether a woman can conceive naturally. So, what if you can’t get pregnant with bilateral tubal obstruction? How to treat it? There are currently two treatments for women with bilateral tubal obstruction. The first is laparoscopic tubal surgery and dredging. The effect of the operation varies with the patient’s physique and the location of the fallopian tube obstruction. For example, the success rate of interstitial obstruction is lower than that of ampulla obstruction, and the success rate of patients with scar constitution is lower. The effect of surgery also needs to be judged by actively trying pregnancy after half a year to a year. Another way is IVF treatment. The test tube baby takes out the woman’s egg and the man’s sperm, fertilizes it in a culture medium outside the body, forms an embryo, and then transfers it to the woman’s uterus without the need for a fallopian tube to function. Therefore, for women who have obstructed both fallopian tubes, if there is a need for fertility, it is recommended to directly do IVF, avoid detours, and realize the dream of giving birth as soon as possible.
Harmonious sex life is a seasoning agent for couples’ lives. It can increase couples’ feelings and is also a natural way to get pregnant. However, in fact, many couples are not satisfied with their sex life. Impotence is one of the factors that cause disharmony in sex life. 1. So, what are the harms of impotence? Will it affect fertility? Because the penis continues to fail to achieve and maintain sufficient erections to obtain a satisfactory sex life, medically defines impotence as male erectile dysfunction. Impotence can be caused by psychological factors, endocrine factors, organic diseases or medications. Due to erectile dysfunction, impotence patients often lead to infertility. One is the inability to get an erection and ejaculate, and the other is that the quality of semen is low and unable to Natural conception. Impotence leads to men’s inferiority complex. This cycle repeats and causes the disease to become more and more serious. Patients with impotence try to relax during sex. If erectile dysfunction caused by endocrine and other diseases, it must be treated in time. Although IVF technology is currently a major method of assisted fertility, it must meet its indications before treatment can be selected. Patients with impotence are advised to have an early examination. If the treatment fails, you can consult whether IVF technology can be used to assist in pregnancy.
Patients who plan to do IVF will inevitably have such doubts in their hearts: How long will it take to do IVF? Will it conflict with work? It is troublesome to ask for leave back and forth during the test tube period. Why not resign and prepare? …So, now I tell you, in fact, you can have both test tube and work. How long does it take to do IVF? Before doing IVF, both spouses should do a comprehensive physical examination. If there is no problem with the physical examination and all the documents are complete, the entire IVF cycle will take about two months. If the husband and wife find some diseases during the physical examination before entering the week, they need to be cured first, and then enter the test tube cycle, the treatment time will be extended.  . . Why it is not necessary for both spouses to resign to do IVF? Look down together! The pre-examination of the woman is divided into two parts: non-menstrual period and menstrual period. There is no time sequence for the two parts of examination, and it is only necessary to have an empty stomach. The man can usually be checked once in the hospital. During this period, expectant parents have greater autonomy and can arrange according to their own circumstances. Moreover, appointments can be made in advance. After planning the time, most parents-to-be can successfully complete the same-day consultation and examination in only half a day. Ovulation induction starts ovulation induction. Generally speaking, the ovulation induction time is 8-10 days. At the same time, B-ultrasound is used to monitor ovulation 5-6 times. After confirming that the follicle grows up, we will start preparing for egg retrieval. Because each patient’s physical condition is different, the adaptive promotion plan is also different. Different schemes will lead to different schedules. The ovulation needle can be injected by yourself under the guidance of a doctor, or you can choose to inject it at the nearest hospital. It takes about half a day to go to the hospital each time. Egg retrieval and sperm retrieval are performed at the same time. After retrieval, you need to rest in the hospital for 1-2 hours before leaving. Generally 3-5 days after egg retrieval, half a day is enough.  .In vitro fertilization, after the egg and sperm are taken out, it will be fertilized in vitro. After the sperm and egg are combined, they are cultured in a vessel. The embryo is formed on the third day of culture, and the blastocyst is formed on the fifth day of culture. If the woman’s physical condition is normal, the transplant can be performed at this time. If the woman has some symptoms of discomfort and cannot be transplanted temporarily, the embryo can be frozen first and then transplanted after the woman’s body recovers. Embryo transfer The embryo transfer operation does not take too long and can be completed on the same day.  . 14 days after transplantation, you can come to the hospital for a hcg check to confirm whether you are pregnant or not. Others can be arranged according to the normal pregnancy time. In the whole process of IVF, the woman needs to come to the hospital about 10 times, and the man is less. Except for the case where the man is accompanying the woman, the number of times the man really needs to come to the hospital is about 3 or 4 times. As long as the work is not too busy or tired, try not to resign. To prepare for pregnancy, regardless of financial pressure, mentally it is easier to get nervous and think about it. If there is no job to distract, it is easy to think about things, which affects the success rate of test tubes.
Clinically, it is often seen in patients with infertility caused by pelvic fallopian tube factors. Among them, fallopian tube obstruction is more common. For women with fallopian tube obstruction, they often don’t know how to treat them, whether they can be treated with medication, or if they need surgery. Or should assisted reproductive technology be used to directly achieve the purpose of pregnancy? Which method of treatment is suitable for fallopian tube obstruction? For the treatment of fallopian tubes, we will explain one by one. Regarding drug treatment of tubal obstruction, we must first make it clear that drugs have no therapeutic effect on tubal obstruction. Because the fallopian tube is formed by scar tissue left over from previous diseases or surgery, regardless of adhesion or obstruction. The surgical treatment methods are divided into conventional surgery and laparoscopic surgery, and their principles are the same, that is, the adhesion scar is removed to restore the unblocked fallopian tube. The limitation of surgery is that new scars may grow in the surgical area and cause adhesions again. In other words, if the operation is successful, it is recommended that the patient try pregnancy for half a year or a year after the operation. If the patient is still not pregnant, then consider repeated obstruction or adhesion, and need to consider IVF. If the operation fails, you can directly do IVF. test-tube baby technology is to put sperm and eggs directly into a petri dish in the laboratory, let the sperm and eggs be fertilized at a constant temperature and develop into initial embryos, and then select high-quality embryos to be transplanted into the uterine cavity to help pregnancy. In the process of IVF, it does not need to pass through the fallopian tube, so it is very suitable for test tube treatment in the case of fallopian tube obstruction.
Couples of childbearing age must prepare sperm and eggs to give birth. The preparation of eggs is to allow the eggs to be excreted during the ovulation period. However, for some male patients, it is difficult to guarantee the quality of sperm. Because of abnormal semen, fertility is naturally affected. So, can men with abnormal semen give birth to offspring? hydrostatic abnormality refers to male oligospermia, dead sperm, azoospermia, etc. In addition, semen not liquefaction or incomplete liquefaction is also a hydrostatic abnormality. So if abnormal semen leads to infertility, can you still have offspring? There are two main clinical treatments for infertility caused by abnormal semen in men. One is artificial insemination. Men suffer from mild semen abnormalities. This technique can be used to assist in pregnancy, but the premise of treatment is that at least one side of the woman’s fallopian tube remains unobstructed. Another method of assisted fertility is test tube baby technology. For the man’s serious semen abnormalities, such as oligoasthenozoospermia, azoospermia, obstructive azoospermia, testicular puncture can be used to take out sperm in vitro. A single sperm injection is performed to help the sperm and egg fertilize, form an embryo and then be transferred back into the uterine cavity to continue pregnancy. Therefore, for severe semen abnormalities, IVF technology can be directly assisted in pregnancy, but the premise is to meet the relevant conditions of IVF and choose a professional IVF hospital to help increase the success rate.
Clinically, the causes of infertility are very common, and some causes are not easily found by couples of childbearing age. For example, abnormal semen in men is a major factor in reducing pregnancy rates. And asthenospermia is also a kind of abnormal fluid, so is asthenospermia the cause of non-pregnancy? Let’s take a closer look. Male sperm play a key role in the process of conception, because sperm with good motility and quality is more certain to fertilize the egg. If the male has weak sperm, low sperm motility is not conducive to pregnancy. In severe cases, it may lead to infertility, thereby affecting the wife’s normal conception. Therefore, the man’s weak sperm may also cause the woman to not become pregnant. Since weak sperm can affect conception, how should it be treated? At present, there are two better methods of assisting pregnancy for male weak sperm. One is artificial insemination, which is mainly for if the menstrual condition is not too serious and the wife People with normal fertility. There is also a test tube baby technology, which is mainly for patients with severe asthenospermia and other abnormal semen. At the same time, the woman also has factors that affect conception. The test tube baby technology can be used to complete the fertility purpose.