There are lots of women having self-cycle or surrogate mothers or egg donors in Georgia right now who are undergoing IVF treatment to realize their or others dream of having a kid and many are there who are going through the IVF cycle and will be delivering a child. So, basically, this article is for those women including surrogate mothers and egg donors who want to know what to do and what not to do during those months of IVF cycle.
There is one basic mutually consented to say in the medical circuit that greater percentage of women gets an IVF treatment done but only that percentage of women give birth who are precautious during those 8 or 9 months. Those who don’t follow the basic do’s and don’ts tends to miscarriage their unborn child and hence leads to the loss of lots of money stuck in the pipeline. So to save the child and money a woman has no choice other than to follow those basic points.
The first and the most important point to survive the IVF cycle is to abandon and self- prohibit the consumption of alcohol, tobacco, and caffeine. This is because no mother/egg donor/surrogate mother wants a baby just to get born but to get him/her born healthy. Intake of the above-written habits increases the probability that the test tube baby born with some of the other complications.
So many women take Lupron injections during the cycle. Well, Lupron injection abstains ovulation i.e. to stop ova or egg production so that chances of birth of the second child which in most of the cases a woman does not desire to see, gets eliminated. Precisely it eliminates the chances of multiple babies get born. Definitely, it must not be taken in a larger quantity but under the protocol set by the doctor.
There are also some minor things, a mother should follow. One should drink load and loads of water. Moreover, one should eat a balanced diet, and should not gobble up on burgers, pizzas, and other fast food. One should try to stay happy and should not stay idle and should always try to engage in some of the other work, not to mention that laborious activities should be kept as far as can be possible. IVF patients are usually really patience-less and are always excited to do something or the other and hence tend to remain full of anxiety. That’s why there is a need to remain engaged in some of the other work.
Ravi Sharma is the director at ARTbaby Global (ARThealthcare). And a successful pharmacist and a marketer. He loves to write about IVF, Surrogacy and other ART (assisted reproductive technology) news, issues, and updates. He is a Pharmacy graduate and M.B.A (marketing).