What is IVF?
IVF is the original ‘test-tube’ baby technique. It was developed more than 30 years ago for the treatment of women with damaged Fallopian tubes, and this remains an important reason for treatment today.
How does IVF work?
All IVF treatments begin with a course of hormone therapy to stimulate the development of several follicles in the ovary. These are collected as eggs, which are then fertilised in a test-tube (‘in vitro’) to create several embryos.
After two to five days in an incubator, a number of these embryos are transferred through to the uterus, where implantation occurs and pregnancy begins.
At the time, you are preparing for your upcoming IVF treatment. Ready undergo a series of hormonal injections, and a number of your eggs to be removed, to be fertilised.
Once successful, and those tiny embryos are waiting to be implanted into your womb, if they have feelings, they will probably be shuddering with excitement at the anticipation of having a chance of life, eager to cling onto you with all their strength. And this is something that you have wanted for so long, now you finally have the chance to fulfil your dream.
With Wellbeing Practice we can assist you with this whole process in terms of relaxation, reducing stress levels, building confidence and growthing self-esteem whilst helping you overcome any issues that could place negative emotional thoughts into what should be a wonderful and exciting time.
Taking the next step is simple. Talk to us about how we can help with a FREE initial consultation. You will find us friendly, approachable and professional. Your confidentially is assured at all times.