In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) has become a popular topic in the United States, as roughly 12% of women experience difficulty when trying to get pregnant according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Thinking about IVF for yourself? Here are 7 important facts to keep in mind:
1. This won’t be your first option.
Before Doctors will approve IVF treatment, the couple will subjected to multiple test to see if conceiving a baby natural is possible.
2. It’s a Team Effort
Everyone must work together to the same goal. Doing so will result in a smooth and painless process.
IVF is not cheap, with prices steadily increasing especially at more successful clinics.
4. Youth Counts
People tend to think that IVF is only the option for older women, when in fact the younger you are the better chances you will have of success.
Everything from your BMI to your food choices will be important when considering IVF.
6. Side Effects are Rare
All hormone procedures involve some risk, but less 1 percent of patient experience any complications.
7. It’s not guarantee
Roughly 65% of women find success through IVF.