Women with irregular cycles have difficulty becoming pregnant for a variety of reasons. With a irregular cycle, it can be difficult to pinpoint ovulation in order to time intercourse. Additionally, irregular cycles may be a sign of a hormonal or other medical issue such as PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, which may interfere with ovulation and pregnancy. Thankfully, using IVF for irregular menstrual cycles is a successful way to address a number of causes of infertility.
There are a number of reasons why IVF for irregular menstrual cycles is a good approach:
- Constant monitoring throughout the cycle, using blood work and ultrasound, can pinpoint the exact time ovulation will occur.
- When needed, fertility medication can be used to regulate cycles and ovulation.
- IVF treatment also addresses issues with blocked tubes and male factor fertility concerns
In order to be successful, the first step in IVF for irregular menstrual cycles is identifying the root cause of the varied cycle. Once the cause of the irregular cycle is identified, the fertility care team can create a personalized treatment plan that is unique to the needs of each specific couple. This way, when necessary, fertility medication can be prescribed at the specific level needed by the woman’s body. Over or under medicating a woman can affect the chance at becoming pregnant and being comfortable throughout the cycle.
Manhattan’s New Hope Fertility Center is an industry leader in the field of fertility care. Their expert, board certified team is dedicated to treating each patient as an individual and customizing their approach to each person’s needs. While they recognize that fertilty medication is an important tool in the treatment of fertility concerns, they aim to use more holistic approaches to IVF care. Thanks to research and innovation, IVF treatment can be done with little to no fertility medication. In fact, some women with irregular cycles may only need small doses of fertility medication in order to regulate their cycles.
For additional information on how IVF can be used to get pregnant with irregular cycles, contact New Hope today. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.