IVF is the most commonly known assisted reproductive technology for fertility treatment. This method involves retrieving eggs from a woman’s ovaries and fertilizing them with sperm in the laboratory.
The freezing embryo is a relatively new method of assisted reproduction that gives people an opportunity to get pregnant at their preferable time in the future.
The need for taking care during pregnancy with IVF is more than a normal pregnancy because if pregnancy with IVF fails, it is possible that the couple get infertile forever.
Egg retrieval is the second step of the IVF procedure, through which eggs are retrieved from the ovaries. In the follicular puncture procedure, first, the ovaries are stimulated with ovulation induction drugs, and then HCG is injected to make the follicles ready for retrieval.