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Most women when they are married want nothing more then to start a family when the time is right. Unfortunately life is not always kind to us and those plans are destroyed when the woman or the man is considered to have problems that make this natural process impossible. But with today’s technology and advancements in health care there are new and improved ways to make it happen.

There are a number of fertility treatments that one or both couples can use that will increase their chances of having a baby though they may not always work. One of the more popular treatments is IVF. IVF – also known as in vitro fertilization – is a specific procedure that is very simple and causes no pain.

This is usually used for women who have fallopian tubes that are inoperative, men who are infertile, or couples who have tried other treatments – but have been successful. This is one of the better treatment to use because it has a better success rate.

During the procedure the doctor will gather eggs from the woman and sperm from the man. Before they gather the eggs they will give the women special fertility drugs that will help to stimulate the ovaries and to create large amounts of eggs for them to choose from. Once the egg and sperm are taken they will be placed inside of a lab dish where they will fertilize. This will be the beginning of the fertilization process and they will be left alone for a few days. After this time has passed the doctor will place the embryo inside of the woman’s uterus in the hopes of impregnating her.

In order to see if the operation was successful and to see if the woman is indeed pregnant the doctor will perform a pregnancy test. This test will be done two weeks after the procedure is completed because it will be more accurate. If the blood test is negative then the couple can choose to use another treatment or to try the IVF treatment again.

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