Want to add another beautiful little smile in the family?

At IVF Brisbane, we can help you enjoy the miracle of becoming pregnant safely and effectively.

Let us explore ways to assist you in creating a new member in the family through In Vitro Fertilization.

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    What is IVF?

    In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is an advanced fertility treatment that combines an egg cell from a woman and a sperm cell from a man outside of a woman’s body. Once the combination of cells resulted in a fertilized egg, called embryo, only then will it be transferred back to the womb.

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    Most effective procedure

    In Vitro Fertilization is the most effective assisted reproductive technology where special, complex, and modern medical techniques are performed in order to assist in a client’s pregnancy. IVF is done when all other fertility treatments failed.

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    IVF variation

    IVF is usually done using your egg and your partner’s sperm cell. But it can also be done with a donor egg or sperm cell from a donor, known or unknown. There are also cases where a surrogate or gestational carrier is used to carry the embryo formed through IVF.

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    IVF on Infertility

    A lot of factors may cause a person to have difficulty in getting pregnant such as advanced maternal age and different medical conditions, including stress. IVF can help you overcome this difficulty and allow you to become a parent safely and effectively. Call IVF Brisbane now to know more.

    About Us

    More and more Australian couples are experiencing difficulty in falling pregnant due to a lot of reasons and issues that are too complicated to explain at times. As a result, the rise and popularity of using In Vitro Fertilization surfaced and became the number one fertility treatment option to assist in pregnancy. IVF Brisbane takes In Vitro Fertilization to new heights by performing the whole procedure the safest and most accurate way possible. We can confidently claim that we are one of the best, if not the best, fertility clinics in Brisbane. Contact IVF Brisbane to know more.

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    How much will

    IVF cost?

    In every fertility treatment options, this is one of the first questions couples and clients normally inquire about. We must first understand that every journey is personal and different from the others. The cost of each fertility treatment would be structured depending on your needs and the situation that you are in. therefore, a variation in the cost and fees incurred is normal. You can always discuss these with our IVF Brisbane fertility specialist during your initial consultation. All information regarding the expenses and the treatments to be performed will be explained to you in detail when you call IVF Brisbane and book an appointment now.

    Additional information about In Vitro Fertilization

    What medical conditions cause infertility?

    In Vitro Fertilization is the fertility treatment of choice when the client experiences infertility issues over the age of 40. Age plays a big role in fertility as egg production slows down as we age. There are also some medical conditions that hinder us from getting pregnant easily and it can be addressed by undergoing IVF. These conditions include but are not limited to:

    • Fallopian tube issues: Blocked, damaged, or previously ligated
    • Ovarian problems: Low egg cell production, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), or premature ovarian failure
    • Uterine conditions: Uterine fibroids, endometriosis, or history of ectopic pregnancy
    • Low sperm count or quality (low concentration, motility, size, and shape of sperm cell)
    • Unexplained infertility

    All these conditions can lead to difficulty in conceiving. Contact IVF Brisbane to know more about each condition and to discuss how IVF can help you.

    How can IVF help in solving infertility?

    Depending on the medical condition you may have, IVF can help in reproduction by bypassing some steps in the normal body steps in getting pregnant. Carefully and scientifically sidestepping the normal pathway of the egg in order to ‘meet’ the sperm and becoming fertilized is a big help in initiating your pregnancy.

    How does IVF work?

    The whole procedure is very complex and delicate that only the best fertility clinics, including IVF Brisbane, can be trusted in performing them safely and accurately.

    First, hormonal injections will be administered to you or the person who will produce the eggs needed for the procedure. The injections stimulate the ovaries from producing more eggs than the usual one every month. Once the eggs are developed and ready for fertilization, they are retrieved or harvested from the ovaries and placed in a sterile laboratory.

    During the same time as egg retrieval, your partner, or a sperm donor, will present a semen sample to the laboratory. Doing so will initiate fertilization as soon as possible. The egg cells will then be combined with the sperm cells and incubated overnight. Once a fertilized egg or embryo is formed, it will then be carefully transferred back to your uterus, or a gestational carrier’s, to facilitate pregnancy. After 2 weeks, a blood pregnancy test will determine if the pregnancy is positive or if certain procedures are still needed to achieve getting pregnant.

    This is just a brief overview of what will happen during an IVF procedure. It is best to talk to your fertility specialist about your concerns and ask questions regarding the whole fertility treatment. You can be sure that IVF Brisbane fertility specialists will be able to answer each query with conviction and sincere care in order to address your issues and gain your trust.

    What is ICSI?

    Intracytoplasmic sperm injection or ICSI is an alternative step in IVF used when the sperm cell quality is low. It is done by injecting one sperm cell directly into an egg cell to facilitate fertilization.

    What steps should I take if I become pregnant? Or if I don’t become pregnant?

    Two weeks after an embryo was transferred to your uterus, a blood pregnancy test is done to determine if the procedure is successful or not.  If your pregnancy test turns positive, your care will be transferred to your obstetrician of choice for prenatal care. IVF Brisbane may also refer you to our resident obstetricians if you do not have one yet.

    If your pregnancy test turns negative, there is nothing to worry about. You can expect that you will have your period in the following days. You can still try and undergo another IVF procedure if you wish, and your IVF Brisbane fertility specialist may even discuss some adjustments or additional steps in improving your IVF fertility treatment procedure.

    What side effects should I expect?

    There may be minimal side effects or complaints present while undergoing IVF procedure.  Mild discomfort may be present while egg retrieval and embryo transfer. That is just normal since the IVF Brisbane specialist uses a catheter to extract or transfer the egg from the ovary and uterus, respectively. It will subside once the procedure is done or may be prevented by administering sedatives during the whole procedure.

    Some clients also complained of mild abdominal cramping and bloating during the procedure. All these can be relieved with prescribed medications and will not affect the whole fertility treatment.

    Please feel free to contact IVF Brisbane and discuss all your concerns regarding the side effects that affect you during the procedure. Clear and open communication between you and your fertility specialist is the key to avoid untoward complications.

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