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IVF Clinics Perth

Dreaming of becoming a parent? Let IVF Clinics Perth show you safe ways to increase your chances of becoming a parent to a beautiful little one.

Is it just me?

No, it’s not. Research shows that one in six Australian couples stated that falling pregnant is challenging. In fact, most of them have tried multiple fertility treatments and consulted with different Perth IVF clinic specialists to find out ways to help them conceive. They found their answer at IVF Clinics Perth.

ivf clinic in perth

IVF Clinics Perth

Dreaming of becoming a parent? Let IVF Clinics Perth show you safe ways to increase your chances of becoming a parent to a beautiful little one.

Is it just me?

No, it’s not. Research shows that one in six Australian couples stated that falling pregnant is challenging. In fact, most of them have tried multiple fertility treatments and consulted with different Perth IVF clinic specialists to find out ways to help them conceive. They found their answer at IVF Clinics Perth.

What is In Vitro Fertilization?

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a form of assisted reproductive technology that aids in the fertilization of a mature egg cell and sperm cell outside of a woman’s body. The combination of these cells is performed in a specialized laboratory and is incubated there until the time that it can be safely transferred to the mother’s uterus (womb).

Let IVF Clinics Perth discuss more on how IVF works when you call our clinic or book an appointment.

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Who needs fertility treatments?

Anyone who experiences difficulty in bearing a child is welcome to explore different fertility treatments that could help them fall pregnant through different approaches. For instance, if you or your partner has been diagnosed with reproductive problems such as genetic disorders, fallopian tube damage or blockage, ovarian failure or disorders, uterine disorders (endometriosis or uterine fibroids), impaired sperm production and quality, or even unexplained infertility, asking for help and undergoing fertility treatment would greatly affect your chances of getting pregnant.

If you have any questions, you can always ask our IVF Clinics Perth fertility experts by contacting or booking an appointment with us.

cost of in vitro fertilization in perth

Who needs fertility treatments?

Anyone who experiences difficulty in bearing a child is welcome to explore different fertility treatments that could help them fall pregnant through different approaches. For instance, if you or your partner has been diagnosed with reproductive problems such as genetic disorders, fallopian tube damage or blockage, ovarian failure or disorders, uterine disorders (endometriosis or uterine fibroids), impaired sperm production and quality, or even unexplained infertility, asking for help and undergoing fertility treatment would greatly affect your chances of getting pregnant.

If you have any questions, you can always ask our IVF Clinics Perth fertility experts by contacting or booking an appointment with us.

Why should I choose IVF as my fertility treatment?

Infertility, or the inability or incapacity to bear a child within a year (12 months), has always been a very sensitive topic all over the world. As much as we would like to address the problem as easy as talking about the weather, feelings and ego would likely be hurt every time this topic arises. Proper education about infertility and ways to cope up and deal with this problem is important. Knowing that there are now ways to increase the chances to conceive is even as important and should also be included in the discussion. That is what IVF Clinics Perth is here for.

In vitro fertilization or IVF is considered one of the most effective fertility treatments available in the market nowadays. It is preferred by many clients of Perth IVF clinics because the process bypasses almost all the steps of natural reproduction so that a higher percentage of successful fertilization is achieved. Simply put, the IVF process makes it easier to fertilize the egg and it makes it easier for the egg to attach to the uterus.

Contact us or book an appointment with IVF Clinics Perth so our fertility specialists and nurses can tell you more about IVF.

How does In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) work?

The IVF process undergoes several scientific and complicated procedures to help in the fertility process. It uses the most modern and state-of-the-art technology to successfully manipulate the sperm and egg cells to aid in the fertilization and later one development into an embryo to be transferred to your womb. Each of the procedures to be done will be discussed with you in details by our IVF Clinics Perth specialist during your initial consultation and throughout the whole process.

Generally speaking, if an IVF procedure has been decided to be the fertility treatment of choice, the process will start with hormone-stimulating injections and medications to be administered so as to increase egg production of the ovaries (normally, one mature egg is being produced by a woman every month). Producing more eggs in one cycle can increase your possibility of getting more embryos to be fertilized, thus, increasing your chance to get pregnant.

Once the eggs are deemed mature and developed, they are harvested and stored in a laboratory facility for safekeeping. Around the same time that your eggs are being harvested, your partner has to provide a semen sample to IVF Clinics Perth so that mixing them up for assisted fertilization can happen as soon as possible. Once the mature and motile sperm cells are separated from the seminal fluid, the concentrated solution will be mixed together with the eggs and the mixture is incubated overnight. Once the fertilized eggs called embryos are ready for transfer, your IVF Clinics Perth fertility specialist will transfer one or more embryos (depending on your agreed treatment approach) to your uterus through the use of a transvaginal catheter. In about 12 days to 2 weeks after the transfer, a pregnancy blood test will determine if the IVF process is successful.

Things to remember about In Vitro Fertilization

• During the fertilization stage, if more embryos become mature and developed, you and your fertility specialist may opt to transfer one or more embryos to your womb to increase your chances of pregnancy.

• If more than one embryo has been transferred, there is a greater possibility of having multiple pregnancies (twins, triplets, quadruplets, etc.).

• You and your IVF Clinics Perth fertility doctor can also agree to freeze the remaining developed and viable embryos just in case the first IVF transfer is unsuccessful.

• After the egg retrieval stage, you may feel a slight abdominal pressure or cramping that can be relieved by medications prescribed by your IVF Clinics Perth doctor.

• Mixing the sperm and egg cells may be aided by Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) where a single sperm is already injected inside the egg. This speeds up the fertilization process.

• If the pregnancy blood test finds you pregnant, you will automatically be referred to your preferred obstetrician for prenatal care and consultation. IVF Clinics Perth can also recommend of some of the best OB-GYNs in the field of obstetrics and gynecology, in case you still don’t have one.

• If the pregnancy blood test is negative, you have nothing to worry about. Your IVF Clinics Perth specialist will help and guide you through the next steps if you still want to try again. There are even studies that show quite a significant percentage of first time IVF transfer to be deemed unsuccessful. As long as you are properly guided and careful steps have been taken, you can rely on IVF Clinics Perth to help you conceive, and we will be with you every step of the way, cheering you on sincerely as you go through this beautiful journey to parenthood.

Need professional advice?

But if you are already at the point where you feel the need to consult a professional for advice and counselling, do not hesitate to contact IVF Clinics Australia.

Our friendly and accommodating fertility specialists and nurses are always available to take your call and discuss with you your concerns and supply answers to your questions appropriately.

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