IVF Pregnancy vs Natural Pregnancy – Is There a Difference

Families are impossible without mothers

Thus motherhood is necessary and essential for society itself
But over recent years, many young couples have been facing the most common health issues that is infertility.

Infertility is defined as not being able to become pregnant after having regular intercourse (sex) without birth control since 6 months or one year.
Nowdays many women struggling with infertility problem choose In vitro fertilization (IVF) which is already proven to be a powerful solution for conception for many couples struggling with infertility
Many peoples are confused about IVF Pregnancy and Natural Pregnancy.
Even many educated peoples prejudice by their own that IVF Pregnancies are not completely ‘normal’ as they are a product of technical expertise of doctors and they assume that IVF babies are artificial.
So here we are going to light up and Clear up the myths related to IVF Pregnancy and Natural Pregnancy

First, let’s talk about exactly what IVF is
“a complex series of procedures used to treat fertility or genetic problems and assist with the conception of a child.”
The only difference between Normal Pregnancy and IVF Pregnancy is that in IVF process, eggs extracted from a woman’s ovaries ,than eggs and sperms are fertilized in the lab and than the fusion/ mixing takes place in the incubator instead of Fallopian tube and than insert them directly into the uterus under the supervision of IVF Specialist.
Whereas, In natural pregnancy, the egg gets fertilised by sperms deposited in the vagina, The fertilised egg then divides and forms an embryo in the fallopian tube which then travels back to the uterus to get implanted.
we must say that nowdays IVF centres emerging as the preferred destination for patients seeking fertility solutions.
IVF can successful bypass many of the common issues surrounding natural conception and an IVF Specialist can assess the overall health of the woman’s eggs as well as the fertilized embryos, all before transfer to the uterus.

Stage :  2 weeks to 10 weeks

During this part of your pregnancy, you will remain under the supervision and care of your fertility Specialist in your IVF Fertility Clinic.

Main difference of IVF Pregnancy vs Natural Pregnancy at this Stage/time are:

  1. Firstly, You will be monitored more intensively than a patient who conceived naturally.
  2. You may have appointments and ultrasounds every 1 to 2 weeks.
  3. You may notice typical pregnancy symptoms such as morning sickness, cravings, and increased urination.

Stage: 10 weeks and beyond
At around 10 weeks, if all is well, you will be released into the care of a “regular” obstetrician.
From that day onward, IVF Pregnancy at this point is indistinguishable from a “regular” pregnancy. Congratulations!

But While it may not be easy to stop worrying until your baby is safely in your arms after delivery so IVF mother should take proper care of her body and mind.
By 12 weeks most patients feel safe sharing the news of their pregnancy with their wider social circle.
So now after going through the rigors of infertility and treatment, you deserve to relax as much as possible. Continue taking care of your own health and wellbeing, and enjoy all the planning and preparation for parenthood that is such a special part of pregnancy.
For Childless Couples, IVF is not only a best solution, but its proven from recent studies that IVF generally has higher success rates than even natural conception.

IVF is a miracle for those who tried from long to have children but can’t conceive naturally.
So go for IVF and enjoy your motherhood and every minute with your little one.

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