IVF treatment in Hyderabad is performed excellently and even IVF specialists in Andhra Pradesh are well equipped to carry out the procedure.
People who are new to assisted reproductive therapy and are on a limited budget do need to know the success rate of IVF. No doubt, they need to know that it takes several rounds of treatment prior to becoming pregnant. At times IVF is not a success and the doctor is unable to give the reason for it. IVF treatment in Hyderabad is excellent.
IVF is indeed an expensive procedure with no guarantee of success. The chance of success is a gamble and naturally, patients do feel the pinch as much expenditure is involved.
Why does IVF fail?
The IVF clinic chosen, lab factors, the method applied to carry out the procedure, experience as well as skills or the doctor, the competence of the embryologist do matter as they can affect the IVF results.
Despite choosing the right IVF clinic, a person does wonder why IVF failed.
Similar to most biological processes, pregnancy and the development of an embryo inside a persons’ human womb is indeed a complex procedure.
IVF specialists in Andhra Pradesh are well versed in IVF processes.
Reasons for failure:
1. Embryo implantation failure
The IVF process is indeed complicated and there is indeed no way to figure out the stage at which the success is indeed being blocked. But one of the most common causes of IVF failure happens to be the failure of the embryo meant to be attached to the uterus lining.
There are several causes that can result in poor quality or weak embryos.
Genetic or chromosomal abnormalities can also at times make the embryo too weak for IVF and also the embryo may not have sufficient cells to survive and is unlikely to grow.
2. Quality of eggs
Embryo implantation rates are higher in women near the age of 35, as compared to women over 40 years of age. Older women do enquire as to what is wrong with their uterus. Why it not accepting embryos?
If the uterus happens to be healthy but the quality of eggs is not adequate, then opting for IVF with donor eggs can bring success. IVF failure in older women is usually due to older eggs, which are not viable for pregnancy.
3. Female age & Ovarian response
The age of the woman, the health of the uterus, as well as the ways her body responds to IVF medications do play a great role in IVF success.
Usually, a woman’s ovary tends to release one egg a month from a collection that is fixed at birth and then declining sharply after the mid-30s.
Before an IVF cycle, medications are given in order to get the ovaries to produce more eggs. In case there are a reduced number of eggs or have elevated FSH levels, then the body might not respond properly to IVF medications.
In case the body responds well to the medication and does produce more eggs, there are good chances of IVF success as it does indicate the normal functioning of hormones in one’s body. But if it does not then the chances of IVF success may also be reduced.
4. Quality of sperm
The sperm does perform a complex role in the fertilization of the female egg and for this, they need to be healthy, motile, and sufficient in quantity.
5. Genetic & Chromosomal causes
Chromosomal abnormalities in human embryos happen to be the most common reasons for IVF failure. IVF in women who are above 40 years of age often turns out to be of poor quality embryos.
Thus IVF can be undergone but the age of the woman does matter. The success rate of IVF is less in older women.