CONVENTIONAL IVF TREATMENT
In conventional IVF, initial treatment with medications is used to generate a relatively high number of egg cells. Depending on the stimulation protocol, various medications will be required to prevent premature ovulation. If enough follicles have grown, ovulation injection or trigger is administered to end the egg cell maturation phase. At this point, egg retrieval must be performed.
Process of Procedure:
Depending on the patient’s fertility profile, drugs and dosages are decided by clinicians. The patient’s egg development and maturity will be monitored with blood tests and ultrasounds regularly throughout the IVF treatment cycle. When the fertility doctor determines her eggs are mature for surgical retrieval, the trigger injection is given to induce ovulation within a specific window of time.