Should We Only Transfer Frozen Embryos?-India IVF Fertility Center (Noida / Delhi /Gurgaon)

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India IVF Fertility Centre, Gurgaon   says  Dr Richika Sahay, IVF Specialist of India IVF Clinic In doing Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET), in order to “prepare” the cycle, all the signals from the brain to the ovary are blocked with a drug called Lupron, which temporarily puts the woman in menopause. Don’t worry, it is always reversible and the symptoms are only for a few weeks. Lupron is started on day 1 of a bright red bleed, after an ultrasound is done to rule-out any simple ovarian cysts. Lupron can actually stimulate these simple cysts before suppressing the cycle. After 30 days on Lupron, another ultrasound is done to confirm that there are no ovarian cysts, and the woman is started on oral estrogen (E2), or Estrace, to start to build-up and prepare the uterine lining, or endometrium, for implantation. After 18 days of Estrace, Lupron is stopped, and progesterone (P4) injections are started for the final preparation and maturation of the uterine lining so that implantation can occur (Should I use progesterone after IUI or In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)?).

5 Steps to Preparing for a Frozen Embryo Transfer

  • Boost Nutritional Levels
  • Fertility Cleansing
  • Promote a Healthy Uterine Lining
  • Acupuncture
  • Keep the Uterus Calm

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