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IVF Treatment - Methods Ovulation Induction

Ovulation Induction

Some women have irregular menstrual cycles and don’t produce an egg each month. This is called an ovulation and is usually due to the woman having Sperm Storage (PCOS). Other causes include stress, weight loss or weight gain, or excessive production of a hormone called prolactin, which stimulates milk production in the breasts.

An ovulation is the commonest cause of infertility and the easiest to treat. The treatment is call ovulation induction and the aim is to restore ovulation in the most natural way possible.  It involves the woman taking fertility drugs, either in the form of tablets or injections, to help the ovary produce and release a single egg each month. Injections are only used if there is no response to the milder tablet drugs. The response to the medication is monitored with a series of ultrasound scans in the first half of the cycle (follicle tracking) and a hormone blood test for progesterone 7 days after ovulation.

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Ovulation Induction
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)
IVF - International treatment
ICSI
Assisted Hatching
Blastocyst Transfer
Embryo Cryopreservation
Sperm Storage (PCO)
Donor Sperm
Egg Donation in Greece - Europe
Pre implantation Genetic Diagnosis/Screening (PGD/PGS)
Ovulation Induction
 
Some women have irregular menstrual cycles and don’t produce an egg each month. This is called an ovulation and is usually due to the woman having Sperm Storage (PCOS). Other causes include stress, weight loss or weight gain, or excessive production of a hormone called prolactin, which stimulates milk production in the breasts.

An ovulation is the commonest cause of infertility and the easiest to treat. The treatment is call ovulation induction and the aim is to restore ovulation in the most natural way possible.  It involves the woman taking fertility drugs, either in the form of tablets or injections, to help the ovary produce and release a single egg each month. Injections are only used if there is no response to the milder tablet drugs. The response to the medication is monitored with a series of ultrasound scans in the first half of the cycle (follicle tracking) and a hormone blood test for progesterone 7 days after ovulation.

Download further info here (* in pdf format)
 
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