How can I check my egg quality? And how can IVF help me?
With a simple blood test, we can check the levels of the hormone FSH and estradiol. The best day to do this test is the third day of the cycle. Another hormone that is recommended to check is AMH, which indicates ovarian reserve. AMH alone does not give a complete picture, but in combination with the other hormones and the ultrasound, can offer a better evaluation. Generally, we can check the hormones with a simple blood test.
Can I improve my eggs’ quality?
Initially, a woman can make some lifestyle changes in order to improve her health, which is in any case required for the upcoming pregnancy. She can monitor and record her cycle, have a balanced diet, exercise, reduce smoking and alcohol intake, be able to manage stress and possibly boost her fertility with special supplements. The fertility expert can guide and give the appropriate advice on the subject.
Does poor egg quality mean that I won’t be able to get pregnant?
Poor egg quality does not mean that a woman cannot get pregnant. IVF treatment can help a woman maximize her fertility potential. With personalized IVF treatment, the chances of a pregnancy increase and thus valuable time is not lost.
Of course, it is necessary to take into account the age of the woman (as the woman gets older the quality of her eggs decreases), her medical history, the male factor and the respective conditions.
I am undergoing IVF treatment. What does the quality of my eggs mean to me?
Good egg quality, combined with good sperm quality, means good embryo quality. So, the quality of the eggs plays a crucial role in trying to have my baby. And how is that obvious in IVF? In the final stage of fertilization, the good quality of eggs has a high percentage, while the poor quality has a low percentage. The high quality of eggs will also result in good quality embryos being created.
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