Section 2 – In-Vitro Fertilisation Treatment

Here is a continuation on the series regarding In-Vitro Fertilisation – section 2.

Educational Post Part 1.1: What is the process for IVF

The IVF process is quite easy to understand.

Generally, IVF consists of four main stages: stimulation, egg retrieval, fertilisation and embryo transfer.

Educational Post Part 1.2: What is the process for IVF

In the previous video, we learned that IVF consists of four main stages: stimulation, egg retrieval, insemination and embryo transfer.

In this part 1.2, we will cover the fertilisation and embryo transfer stages.

Educational Post Part 2: Things to take note of during your stimulation process

Ovarian stimulation is an important stage in the IVF process. It is important to take note of your health during your stimulation process.

Educational Post Part 3: What to take note of after going through an oocyte retrieval procedure

After the oocyte retrieval procedure, it is important for the wife to rest well.

Here are some important things to take note of after going through your egg retrieval procedure.

Educational Post Part 4: What should you do after going through an embryo transfer procedure

Every procedure is different and how you care for your body after each procedure is different, too.

Here is how you care for your health after going through an embryo transfer procedure.

Educational Post Part 5: What should you avoid after going through an embryo transfer procedure

Besides knowing how to care for your health after an embryo transfer, it is important to note the things that you should refrain from doing after the procedure.

Hope you find the videos insightful! 😊

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