Natural fertility treatments are a holistic way to start a family after a couple has been unable to conceive on their own. Gone are the days where large amounts of fertility medication are needed to push a woman’s body to produce multiple eggs. In fact, women who are not likely to produce multiple eggs, or who do not respond well to fertility medication, have found new hope of starting a family with natural fertility treatments.
Best Natural IVF Treatments
Included in natural fertility treatments is Natural IVF , a cutting edge In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) protocol. Unlike other IVF methodologies, a Natural IVF cycle does not rely upon fertility medication to enhance a woman’s fertility. With a natural protocol, the goal is not to harvest multiple eggs. Natural IVF aims to retrieve the single, high quality egg a woman naturally produces during her regular cycle.
During a Natural IVF Cycle:
- The woman's egg production is closely monitored using blood work and ultrasound, allowing the fertility care team to track her progress and time ovulation.
- When the egg that is naturally produced reaches the appropriate size and maturity, it is harvested during an outpatient procedure.
- The microsurgery takes less than 30 minutes and is performed under local anesthetic.
- The retrieved egg is fertilized and closely monitored in vitro.
- The embryo is transferred back into the mother for implantation.
Because the woman’s uterine lining is unharmed by fertility medication, there is no need to wait between cycles or after fertilizing the egg. Unless a woman requests otherwise, Natural IVF cycles are primarily done with a fresh embryo transfer. Additionally, the lack of fertility medication means the woman does not experience any of the side effects that are commonly associated with those drugs.
The fertility team at New Hope Fertility Center are experts in providing fertility care with little to no fertility medication. They believe the best foundation for achieving pregnancy is to understand, and build upon, a woman’s natural fertility. By understanding each woman’s needs, they are able to craft a personalized fertility care plan that provides only medication necessary to become pregnant. Their one good egg policy further solidifies this stance. The team at New Hope believes that all that is required for a woman to become pregnant is one good egg. Multiple eggs during a cycle are not required. Research has shown that transferring multiple embryos does not increase the likelihood of a woman becoming pregnant. Therefore, the physicians recommend transferring one embryo at a time, unless a patient requests otherwise.
Personalized Natural IVF Treatment Experts
Discover personalized Natural IVF treatments for you by scheduling a consultation with a fertility expert at New Hope Fertility Center today. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 917.525.5496. Thank You.