Natural pregnancies can occur after IVF treatment. One study found that about 20 percent of 2,134 couples who received IVF became pregnant on their own after treatment. Many couples present for fertility treatment are not infertile but infertile (delay in conception). This subtlety is important:
Infertility occurs when couples are unable to conceive on their own. Either the woman or her partner has a health condition that makes a normal pregnancy impossible.
Infertility is when couples are less likely to conceive themselves. A variety of conditions can contribute, including mild sperm deficiency, ovulation dysfunction, or tubal disease. Couples with infertility can have healthy and successful pregnancies.
Couples can rush to get pregnant and go to their doctor early for fertility assessment. Some obvious concerns, such as an ovarian disorder, should be addressed immediately, but about 80 percent of couples conceive within a year after trying their own thing. The best way to optimize natural fertility is to increase the frequency of intercourse for couples.
However, sometimes IVF may be needed for pregnancy. When planning a pregnancy, it is important to consider some factors that may affect your ability to conceive. These reasons are:
Many conditions can make it difficult to get pregnant. About one-third of infertility is related to the female factor, one-third to the male factor, and the remaining one-third to other unexplained or treatable causes.
Age of pregnant mother
Females lay about 1 million eggs, and the number of ovaries begins to decrease with age. Over time, existing egg stocks not only decrease, but their quality also decreases. Decreased egg quality can affect pregnancy and abortion rates.
Also, many women prefer to delay pregnancy. Your obstetrician can help you assess your ovarian reserve.
General health conditions
In men, genetic conditions can cause problems with sperm production and delivery. Health conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes can also reduce the chances of getting pregnant.
The most common disease in women is ovulation disorder or tuberculosis. However, other conditions such as fibroids, adenomyosis and endometriosis can also have significant effects.
Cancer treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy, or excessive exposure to certain environmental factors, such as alcohol or smoking, can impair fertility in both men and women. Before trying to conceive, your obstetrician can help you optimize your overall health.
In which case the advice of a gynecologist is taken?
After deciding to have children, it can be difficult to expect a spontaneous pregnancy. In the following cases, it may be necessary to consult a obstetrician without wasting too much time:
If you are under 35 and have been trying to conceive for one year,
If you are 35 or older and have been trying to conceive for six months or more,
If you are 40 years of age or older and you want to get pregnant,
• If you have irregular or painful periods, endometriosis or polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
If you have had multiple miscarriages,
If you have a hereditary genetic disorder,
• If your cancer has been treated.
Your fertility specialist will evaluate you and your partner extensively. Depending on the type of fertility problem, treatment is planned individually. Some diagnoses, such as tube damage or anovulation, are easier. Problems such as loss of ovarian reserve and recurrent pregnancy loss are more complicated to treat. Treatment options include IVF, in vitro fertilization. Since some of the problems that prevent fertility can be eliminated through IVF treatment, it may be possible to get pregnant naturally later.