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Latest 7 Techniques to Improve IVF Success Rates

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    It is true that In Vitro Fertilization fulfills the dreams of millions of parents each year — and yet it still has the potential for development. Without any doubt, IVF is the most successful technique of treating infertility. The success rate of IVF has improved over the past 10 to 20 years.

    In rare cases, assisted reproduction may not provide the desired outcomes. IVF success rates can be increased by following these techniques:

    Don’t Expose Yourself to Toxic Substances

    An IVF patient must, in general, stay away from all toxic and dangerous substances that might interfere with the process. Hence, it is best to avoid pesticides, fertilizers, detergents, and other potentially harmful chemicals altogether.

    Maintain a Balanced Diet

    Many nutrients can naturally thicken the uterine wall, making it more certain that a pregnancy will also occur as a result of this. Eating a healthy diet, say—doctors—is another method to enhance your chances of getting pregnant following IVF.

    Choosing the Right Sperm

    A good selection of sperm according to the kind of in vitro fertilization is essential to increasing the odds of getting pregnant following IVF.


    To prepare for childbirth, ease minor pregnancy discomforts, and decrease weight after childbirth, pregnant women and young moms are commonly encouraged to undergo acupuncture. In vitro fertilization, success rates have been proven to increase as well, according to many studies.

    Proper Sleep

    For at least two weeks before your In Vitro Fertilization treatment, your sleep cycle should be regular. Spend eight hours a day sleeping. Melatonin levels in the body are regulated when you sleep in complete darkness, which improves your physical and mental health.

    Increase Sperm Count by Avoiding Ejaculation

    It is recommended that the male spouse refrains from ejaculating for three to four days before the donation of sperm. In addition, refraining from the sexual activity will improve the sperm count, increasing the chances of IVF success. Pre-testing of the sperm is also crucial since its quality might alter over time.

    Choosing the Best Moment to Perform IVF

    In the hands of a competent fertility team, they can identify the ideal timing to perform IVF on you. A detailed analysis of oocyte maturation will be carried out to determine when IVF can take place.

    When undergoing In Vitro Fertilization procedures, it is important to take good care of your physical and mental well-being. Getting pregnant depends on many personal circumstances, therefore the best suggestion is to contact a reputed assisted reproduction clinic and let the best specialists handle your case.

    About Author

    Dr. Avinash Phadnis

    35+ Years Experience

    Gynecologist & Obstetrician | IVF & Infertility Specialist

    Dr. Avinash Phadnis has over 35 years of experience as a practicing surgeon and is a leading gynecologist and Infertility specialist in India. He has expertise in disorders of the female reproductive system, infertility, High-Risk Obstetrics, Endometriosis, PCOS, Adolescent Gynecology, Middle age gynecology and menopause, Personalized weight management and childbirth, etc.

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