IVF is indicated when:
- When Alternate treatments are either unlikely to achieve a pregnancy or have failed to achieve a pregnancy or have failed to result in a pregnancy.
- Blocked fallopian tubes or extensive pelvic adhesions, prevents the egg from entering the fallopian tubes.
- It's a case of low sperm count. The process of IVF super concentrates the sperm, often leading to successful fertilization.
- Unexplained fertility is the diagnosis. IVF is suggested when the couple fails to conceive, with tests being normal and after failing the process of IVF.
- You suffer from Polycystic Ovaries (PCOS)
- You suffer from mild-moderate endometriosis, then IUI can help, but in the case of severe endometriosis, the ideal route is IVF