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When you're ready to start a family, it can be stressful if conception doesn't come easily.
Infertility, which can affect both women and men, can be emotionally and physically difficult to cope with, and the infertility specialists at the Florida Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies in Weston, South Florida are here to help you through your journey to becoming a parent.
One option for helping you conceive is Natural Cycle IVF, offered by the infertility specialists at our Weston, South Florida office. You'll be under the direct care of Dr. Minna Selub, Dr. Kimball Pomeroy, and Dr. Nirvika Singh. This limited-injection option uses oral medication rather than intravenous administration, making it both less painful and less expensive while still effective in helping you create the family of your dreams.
What is Natural Cycle IVF?
Natural Cycle IVF from our Weston Florida Infertility Specialist uses an oral medication to stimulate the development of eggs and ovarian follicles, helping the body to create stronger eggs and increase your chances of growing more for than one egg for retrieval.
One the eggs have matured, your infertility specialist at our Weston, South Florida office will give you an injection to spur ovulation. The eggs will be harvested around 36 hours later and retrieved using a thin needle. Viable eggs will be fertilized in our lab, and if an embryo develops it will be placed back in your uterus.
What are the benefits of Natural Cycle IVF?
- Lower cost
- No daily injections
- No regular blood drawing to monitor hormone levels
- Reduced risk of multiple pregnancies
- Less risk of excess embryo production
- No risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
While many appreciate the largely needle-free aspect of Natural Cycle IVF, as well as its greater affordability, those considering the procedure should know it has a lower success rate per egg retrieval than traditional IVF. Ask your Weston Florida Infertility Specialist about which version of IVF is best suited for your needs.
Let the infertility specialists at Florida Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies assist you on your path to parenthood. Make an appointment at our Weston, South Florida office today by calling Dr. Minna Selub, Dr. Kimball Pomeroy, and Dr. Nirvika Singh at 954-217-3456.
Are you having trouble getting pregnant? In vitro fertilization (IVF) may help you expand your family. Dr. Minna Selub, your South Florida physician, offers IVF treatment and other fertility services at Florida Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies in Weston, FL and serving patients from South Florida, including the Jacksonville and Tampa areas.
What is IVF?
The first step in IVF involves stimulating the ovaries with fertility medication to produce multiple eggs. Once the eggs have matured, they're removed with a hollow needle during a minor surgical procedure. Extracted or donor eggs are then mixed with sperm in a laboratory. Healthy embryos resulting from the procedure are implanted in your uterus during the final step in the treatment. If one or more of the eggs implant in the lining of your uterus, you will become pregnant.
Am I a good candidate for IVF?
Your South Florida physician may recommend IVF if:
- Your infertility is due to a problem with your Fallopian tubes: Your eggs can't travel from your ovaries to your uterus if there's an issue with your Fallopian tubes. IVF may be recommended if one or both of your tubes are missing or if the tubes are blocked, damaged or scarred.
- You have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Your ovaries may fail to release eggs if you have PCOS, even though the eggs are mature. The IVF procedure can help you overcome this obstacle to parenthood.
- Your male partner suffers from infertility. IVF is often recommended if the male partner has a low sperm count or an abnormality with his sperm. During the IVF procedure, the healthiest sperm are selected to increase the chances of pregnancy. If your partner has a very low sperm count, it may even be possible to extract a single sperm cell using intracytoplasmic sperm injection.
- You have endometriosis: Endometriosis can cause scarring in and around your Fallopian tubes and ovaries. Thanks to IVF treatment, it may be possible to finally become pregnant.
- You have other fertility issues: IVF may also be a good option if you have an unexplained fertility problem, decreased ovarian reserves or irregular ovulation.
Would you like to learn if IVF is right for you? Call Dr. Minna Selub, your South Florida physician at Florida Institute for Reproductive Sciences and Technologies in Weston, FL and serving patients from South Florida, Orlando and throughout the state. Call (954) 217-3456 to schedule an appointment.
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