What happens if my IVF treatment is unsuccessful?
Should your IVF treatment not assert successful after the first cycle, it does not mean that consecutive cycles will fail. Many women go on to have successful pregnancies even after a 2nd or 3rd attempt at IVF has failed.
There are several reasons IVF treatments are unsuccessful initially. The combination of fertility drugs prescribed may be unsuitable, the collected sperm may not fertilize the egg and sperm donation or ICSI in Mexico will be needed, or the transferred embryo may not implant into the uterus. Additional fertility tests, such as a biopsy of the uterine lining can help identify why your IVF cycle was unsuccessful.
Infertility treatment can be a difficult process for couples and therapy is highly recommended because the anticipation of results and the entire process can be very demanding.
If you have undergone several IVF cycles and feel ready to stop infertility treatment, you may consider Gestational Surrogacy, in which a surrogate mother carries your baby for you. You may either use your own eggs and your partner’s sperm or you can opt for egg and sperm donation, from which point the fertilized embryo will be transferred into the surrogate mother’s uterus.
Surrogacy in Mexico and IVF Clinics in Mexico are available to meet your needs and provide guidance at this top fertility tourism destination.
For more information, contact a clinic and get a free quote.