Can IVF Babies Be as Healthy as Other Babies?

IVF is a rarefied subject; so many people still have doubts about it. It is still common for many people to have preconceived notions about IVF, which leads to them being skeptical about it. In some circles, IVF babies are considered artificial because they are delivered outside the mother’s body by a doctor. The problem is that they fail to understand that IVF is as natural as a normal pregnancy. In the world of assisted reproduction, IVF is considered a type of ART. As such, IVF is an assisted method, not an artificial one.

Those notions have prevailed due to the conservative and ignorant minds of a section of people. During IVF, male sperms fertilize female eggs under the supervision of a doctor in a controlled environment in a lab, and once the embryo is ready, the doctor inserts it into the uterus via the cervix. Therefore, becoming pregnant with a woman follows the same process as getting pregnant naturally.

A few reports have indicated that some risk factors were involved in the birth of IVF babies. Insufficient maternal nutrition during conception can have negative effects on a person’s health later in life. It is also possible that babies conceived through IVF may have health problems and birth defects, but this has not been proven. Conceptions like these are basically due to common risks outside of IVF, such as old age and twin or triplet pregnancy.

A child born through IVF has the same physical attributes and mental attributes as a child born naturally. Furthermore, they are born in a completely natural way. There is no way to tell the difference between an IVF baby and a normal one. A person only needs to conduct proper research before beginning the process. You must speak with a doctor who is experienced and insightful to remove any apprehensions you may have regarding IVF.

A Word from Hegde Fertility:

Our fertility specialists at Hegde Fertility ensure all the procedural insights are understood and accepted by patients before choosing one particular treatment. We consider it our duty to provide comprehensive healthcare to our patients, which includes providing them with information about all the complications and risks associated with a particular treatment.

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