Frequently Asked Questions
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If embryo transfer is performed in the same cycle, then it takes another 14 days to find out if an IVF cycle has succeeded or not. Otherwise a frozen embryo transfer utilizes another cycle
No, there is no difference between IVF babies and naturally conceived babies.
IVF procedure is not risky for women at all. Further, our team at IVF Sir Gangaram Hospital has performed over 5,000 egg collections.
At times certain individuals may experience some symptoms like nausea, bloating in patients undergoing ovarian stimulation. However, there are no long-standing hormonal effects after the treatment cycle.
No, there is no need for bed rest. You can resume your daily routine after the embryo transfer.
Yes, but exhaustive workouts should be avoided.
There is no limit to the number of times one can undergo IVF. In our experience, the majority of couples succeed within three egg retrieval cycles of IVF. After this, adopting alternative options such as sperm or egg or embryo donation might be a more feasible, efficient and effective solution.
No. In India, it is illegal and a punishable crime to select the sex of a foetus using any technology. Hence we cannot or will not perform any form of sex selection during your treatment.
One should have a diet which is rich in green vegetables and salads. Read more about the best foods and diets to help you with fertility.