In vitro fertilization not always better after three tries

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The IVF or In vitro fertilization, which involves the procedure of mixing the sperm and egg in laboratory dish before finally placing the embryo into the womb, is not always better in more number of tries. Though studies prove that 1 out of 3 women had baby when going for the option of test tube embryo, but more number of tries does not always prove beneficial. This can be however improved with the chances of 1 out of 2 women in the second try but the third cycle diminishes the rate.
Lead researcher of Michigan State University, Barbara Luke, said, “Don’t quit if the first cycle isn’t successful. Your chances go up with the second cycle but if you haven’t gotten pregnant by the third, the chances are slim to continue.”
The IVF method proved very successful which can be estimated from the fact that the technique enables 4 million test tube babies to take birth. The founder of the technique, researcher Robert Edwards also won the Nobel Prize in medicine for his work.
The data reveal that over five-year period 300,000 women succeeded in 171,327 first-time deliveries. These women had half a million IVF cycles.
A lead researcher Luke also said that the results are diminishing after the third trial and it won’t be much better. Some couples go for the treatment many times but as a matter of fact the success chance is 56%, which is hardly better than the 53% after three trials.
Though, test tube baby is one option, but researchers also hint that low success rates after third time does not necessarily mean that women should give up. There are other options available like surrogate mother or donor eggs too.

The IVF or In vitro fertilization, which involves the procedure of mixing the sperm and egg in laboratory dish before finally placing the embryo into the womb, is not always better in more number of tries. Though studies prove that 1 out of 3 women had baby when going for the option of test tube embryo, but more number of tries does not always prove beneficial. This can be however improved with the chances of 1 out of 2 women in the second try but the third cycle diminishes the rate.Lead researcher of Michigan State University, Barbara Luke, said, “Don’t quit if the first cycle isn’t successful. Your chances go up with the second cycle but if you haven’t gotten pregnant by the third, the chances are slim to continue.”The IVF method proved very successful which can be estimated from the fact that the technique enables 4 million test tube babies to take birth. The founder of the technique, researcher

Robert Edwards also won the Nobel Prize in medicine for his work.The data reveal that over five-year period 300,000 women succeeded in 171,327 first-time deliveries. These women had half a million IVF cycles.A lead researcher Luke also said that the results are diminishing after the third trial and it won’t be much better. Some couples go for the treatment many times but as a matter of fact the success chance is 56%, which is hardly better than the 53% after three trials.Though, test tube baby is one option, but researchers also hint that low success rates after third time does not necessarily mean that women should give up. There are other options available like surrogate mother or donor eggs too.

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