Female reproductive health/ female infertility treatment abroad
Infertility diagnosis is when a couple are unsuccessful in trying to conceive a baby. Female infertility treatment abroad can be found, much cheaper than in the UK. One of the major reasons for infertility in women is age. All women become infertile during the menopause, which happens anytime between the ages of 45 and 55.
Some infertility clinics around the world have created controversy by using eggs donated by a younger woman in combination with IVF to enable women to become pregnant into their 60s. Being obese or seriously underweight can both lead to infertility. Women who are very underweight usually do not ovulate and so do not have periods. Regaining a healthy weight can make natural conception possible.
The menstrual cycle and ovulation are controlled by several hormones produced by the brain. A problem with the pituitary gland or hypothalamus, or the thyroid, can all affect hormone production and can cause a woman to produce no eggs, or to have irregular ovulation. Female hormone treatments abroad and/or fertility drugs can help. If the fallopian tubes are both blocked, the egg cannot move down from the ovary into the uterus to meet up with sperm from the male partner.
Blocked tubes may result from sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhoea that lead to pelvic inflammatory disease. Clearing the blockage of tubes abroad is much cheaper than in the UK, the treatment can be done surgically but many women with this type of infertility can benefit from IVF. This arises when the material that usually lines the uterus grows elsewhere in the abdomen. It can stick to the intestines, the kidneys, the bladder and urethra and the outside of the uterus and fallopian tubes, and it can surround the ovaries. It expands each month as oestrogen levels rise, causing pain and creating adhesions and more inflammation.
Women with endometriosis are not always infertile but many need infertility treatments such as IUI or IVF to get pregnant. This is caused by the development of cysts on the ovaries, which leads to an imbalance of hormones. Women affected produce too much progesterone, and develop facial hair, tend to be overweight and often face infertility issues. Losing weight and having hormone treatments abroad can help, but women with PCOS may need infertility treatments abroad.
Assisted Reproductive Technology or ART: It is one of the best-known female infertility treatment abroad options available. This technology is performed through the combination of fertility drugs and hormonal therapy. Other types of tests include gamete intra- fallopian transfer, In Vitro fertilization, intrauterine insemination, and zygote intrafallopian transfer. In Vito fertilization: It is a comprehensive and highly advanced treatment abroad in order to assist the sperm and the egg.
IVF is a technique of artificial insemination in which the egg and sperm are combined outside the body and then placed in the uterus after the formation of the embryo. The female infertility treatment abroad was first introduced in 1981 and has been successfully used to give birth to over 200,000 babies. The drug called Clomiphene or Clomid and Serophene are highly recommended treatments for infertility problems.
Medical therapy: Special drugs can be given to women facing problems with ovulation. Gonadotropins are also used in case of unexplained infertility.
Intrauterine insemination: It is another female infertility treatment which uses a small amount of concentred sperm cells. This is a painless process and takes few minutes to accomplish.
Egg donation: Egg donation involves the removal of Oocytes from the ovary of a woman who has taken fertility drugs for ovarian stimulation. ZIFT and
GIFT: In zygote intrafallopian transfer or ZIFT, the fertilized eggs are placed in the uterus of the mother after IVF within 24 hours, while in Gamet intrafallopian tube transfer (GIFT), the sperm and eggs are mixed before insertion.
Surrogacy: In surrogacy, the surrogate mother is inseminated with the sperm from the recipient’s partner. The surrogate mother then carries the baby and delivers it on the behalf of the recipient. This female infertility treatment abroad is very popular and much cheaper.
Some female infertility treatments are covered by NHS and can be refunded, if female infertility treatment is received in a private clinic abroad. Female infertility treatment abroad could be alternative you can afford.
It is possible to receive infertility pre treatment and after treatment consultation in London.