Pros and Cons of Ivf

When a woman becomes pregnant naturally, this is known as natural conception. Naturally conceiving a baby is an amazingly complex series of events and requires natural fertilization.
once a couple decide they want a baby, it is best they true during the stage of ovulation.( when one or more eggs are released from one of your ovaries)
every time a couple make love, the man releases semen containing millions of sperm cells into the woman. At the same time, an egg will be released from the ovary and begin its journey along the fallopian tube. The fallopian
tubes are the site where eggs and the sperm meet at fertilization, and where the first divisions of the newly formed embryo take place. A new genetic individual is formed and a potential new life has begun!
After fertilization the single cell begins to grow and divide as it continues to travel along the fallopian tube to the uterus. By the time it reaches the uterus it is a small ball of cells, and cell divisions take place. After nine months a fully formed baby human being is ready to emerge and take place in the world.

However, this is not the case for some people. For an increasing number of couples, the months without a positive pregnancy test turn into years. Which is extremely distressing for couples wanting children.
Some couples are just unable to bear children for a wide variety of possible reasons. Including:
• Males with low sperm counts
• Males with impotence
• Females who cannot ovulate normally
• Females with blocked Fallopian tubes.

Reproductive technologies have been developed to help overcome these situations. One of the most common of these new technologies is in-vitro fertilization.

IVF offers a way of overcoming infertility for women whose Fallopian tubes are blocked, twisted or damaged beyond repair, where neither eggs nor sperm can travel along the tubes. The treatment combines the egg and sperm outside the body, and returns the developing embryo to the...