Some Helpful Guidelines On How To Increase IVF Success Rate

The most treasured of all joys is the joy of attaining motherhood. However, due to some unfortunate causes you might be deprived of having the joy and pleasure of the same. One of the most renowned and effective methods to help you attain the inexplicable joy of pregnancy is through IVF. IVF, also known as In Vitro Fertilisation, is an artificial method of stimulating pregnancy in a woman unable to conceive, by fertilising the egg cell by a sperm outside the body. When you land up to a professional expert for the IVF procedure, you might be very nervous thinking that nothing is in your hands from hence forth and everything will be controlled by the professional only. This is absolutely so not true. There are several steps which you can take up on your part to accentuate the success stories.

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How do I know I’m Pregnant?

There are a lot of ways to know if you’re pregnant or not. There are pregnancy test kits available and out in the market where you can just take the test at the comfort of your home. Aside from taking this test, you can also try the conventional way of determining if you are pregnant or not which to know if you are manifesting some symptoms of pregnancy. You might wonder “When do pregnancy symptoms start”. In this article we are going to discuss the signs and symptoms or pregnancy.

There are three different signs of pregnancy. These are the presumptive signs, probable signs and the positive signs. When we say presumptive signs are usually felt by the mother itself. It is more on subjective signs rather than objective signs. Examples of this are Morning sickness, firmness of the breast, amenorrhea or missed period, frequent urination, fatigue, positive home test, skin changes, quickening, and vaginal changes. Since there are symptoms present, woman experiencing this tend to seek medical help or do some pregnancy test to confirm if she’s really pregnant or not.
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Why am I experiencing missed periods?

Missed periods or late periods are a condition in which a woman experiences less or more menstrual periods. When a woman has an episode of missed or late period it means that something is going on in her menstrual cycle but if it persist more than once then you better see your OB-Gynecologist. There are a lot of contributing factors in which a woman experience missed periods in which it is discussed in the article.

It has been said that missed periods is also known as amenorrhea or the absence of normal menstruation. Usually woman experiences 11-13 menstrual periods over a year, if she is affected with amenorrhea she may not experience menstruation within at least 6 months or over a year. There are two types of amenorrhea these are; Primary Amenorrhea and Secondary Amenorrhea.

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Late Period: A Symptom of Pregnancy

One way or another, most women experience late period. Due to lots of possible causes like stress, hormonal imbalance or physical changes, women sometimes had missed periods or sometimes irregular menstruation cycle. But for those women having some active sexual activities, especially those that are married ones, having delayed menstrual period for weeks maybe a good sign of pregnancy.

For married couples, having a baby is one of the most awaited events of their married life. For women, pregnancy signifies the beginning of being a mother and a full-pledge woman. Since menstrual cycle is the basis of the reproductive cycle of a woman, rough changes such as late period, will indicate a hope of upcoming baby.

Missed period occurs when days, even weeks after normal twenty eight days of cycle had passed but still your period is not yet coming. Some women are used to have irregular periods that make this scenario a normal thing. Some are just having a stressful life that cause physical changes and affects the monthly period. Some women have few weeks or even months of delays due to lot of physical reasons. In this case, having some sort of menstrual period delays may not cause pregnancy.

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