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    ICSI, Frozen thawed oocyte Since its advent in 1992, ICSI has become used routinely in the vast majority of IVF units and has been found to be a safe and effective means of treating male factor infertility. ICSI has proven to a powerful tool in overcoming severe male factor cases which, prior to ICSI, treated [...]

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ECTOPIC PREGNANCY and IVF

Ectopic pregnancy – pregnancy that implants outside the uterus – is not viable and comes with a mess of complications like pain, intra-abdominal bleeding, risk of rupture/haemorrhage, possible death and of course emotional wringer. Typically, ectopic pregnancies occur in a fallopian tube (98%) and rarely in a place outside a tube, such as an ovary, cervix or somewhere inside the pelvic cavity. Sadly, ectopic pregnancies cannot be saved. Termination of the pregnancy is the only option when an ectopic has been diagnosed.

Health statistics show that approximately 1 % of all pregnancies are ectopic. Although ectopic pregnancies can occur also when a woman conceives naturally, the incidence of ectopic pregnancy for in vitro fertilization (IVF) or IUI cases is estimated to be 1-3%. Fertility specialists believe that ectopic pregnancy in IVF may occur if, when the embryos are transferred to the womb, they are placed too high in the womb cavity or with too much force. The embryos then have a greater chance of “wandering” and implanting themselves in places where they are not supposed to be, such as the fallopian tubes. Other factors that might be responsible are STDs, PID (pelvic inflammatory disorders), endometriosis, previous surgeries in pelvic region, smoking, etc.

In 10 years of IVF practise WE have seen only 5 cases (0.3%) of ectopic pregnancy and with little changes in our skills (which made significant difference) post 2010 WE completely nullified the occurrence in last 350 cases. Hope this statistics only gets better…

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