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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF): How You Can Prepare Using These 3 Tips

on Aug 05, 2012

Monica Scott, BS, RN

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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF): How You Can Prepare Using These 3 Tips

If all your other efforts at trying to conceive have failed to get you pregnant, you may be considering IVF. Find out how to prepare your body & mind to give you the best chances at finding success.

If you are trying to have a baby, and all other fertility treatments have failed, you are probably considering in-vitro fertilization (IVF). Actually, IVF is one of the most effective treatments, and it might be your chance to finally experience the joy of holding your baby in your arms. So yes, you did the right choice. What you need to do next is to prepare your body and your mind for IVF. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Because in-vitro fertilization treatment is quite long, lasting between 20 to 25 days and having multiple stages, going through it might be a little stressful for both the future mother and the future dad. With the proper preparation, IVF will go smoothly, according to plans. So, get ready by taking care of your body and mind.

First step – nutrition

A healthy pregnancy cannot occur in an unhealthy body, so doing your best to stay healthy and fit is an important aspect when preparing for IVF. Start with nutrition. A proper nutrition will stimulate the normal functioning of your organism and provide energy to you and your baby. Eat a balanced diet, and, needless to say, stay away from unhealthy foods and drinks, like alcohol, fat foods, foods high in sugar, or caffeine. Cross out smoking or any other type of drugs, because now you have to think for two… three, including the father. Include foods high in protein in your diet, because proteins stimulate egg formation. A multivitamin may also help. If you want to dry different herbal remedies, make sure to talk to your fertility doctor and find out if they are good for you.

Second step – exercise

Preparing your body is more than just feeding it properly. You must adjust your lifestyle to the changes brought by in-vitro fertilization. Maintain a fit body by practicing mild exercises regularly. Bear in mind the fact that a normal weight means greater fertility, so try to lose some pounds if you are overweight, or gain some if you are too thin, before getting IVF. However, any change in diet must be done gradually and smoothly. You do not want to destroy your body with insane diets just before you receive IVF.

Third step – positive attitude

If your body is ready, make sure your mind is also ready for IVF. Focus on your goals, imagine you holding your baby, and maintain a positive attitude all the time. Spend time with your husband and talk everything through. Offer yourself some moments of relaxation, and never give up hope. Sooner than you thought, you will become a mother.

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Ms. Scott joined ConceiveEasy after working in prenatal obstetrical care for two years in a private practice before being promoted to Director of Nursing. She has a strong interest in women's health with an emphasis on promoting fertility awareness.

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  • sonia

    My left tube is block & right tube is partly block, my age is 38. i went to baby. . What treatment i do?

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    Given that blocked fallopian tubes can prevent your chances of conceiving, I do recommend you to undergo a Laparoscopic surgery. A Laparoscopic surgery is able to remove the scar tissues that may be causing the blockage of your tubes, and can greatly increase your chances of getting pregnant. It is best that you immediately have your Laparoscopic surgery to prevent any more unwanted complications.

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  • belle

    I have been trying to conceive for a year, I have a 3yrs old, my menses hav been irregular since her birth, and my doc said I’m having annovulatory cycles, I have been given ovulation drugs which came out succesful but sadly the eggs produced where not fertilized, rily confused and dunno what to do……….advice pleeeeeaaaase

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  • madison

    i have had two abortions in the past and i am currently on the implanon….i am in the process of removing it and wanting to conceive twins is IVF a smart move for myself. I am 22.

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  • Satheesh Kumar

    hi madam i want a twins babies is it possible?

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  • kourtney

    I’m 21 years old and have PCOS…I want to conceive but hopefully with TWINS!!!!! What would be best for that. Prescription and non-prescription.

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  • Sefat

    My 1st FET is failed but i found no reason for that. One grade A & one grade B 5 days blasts were impanted. I had no bleeding no spoting & no major cramping but my b- hcg came <1. Now i stopped all medication and waiting for my periods to come. As my body didnt response to my 1 st FET , im afraid to take 2nd FET. Ihad 7 embroys left where 4 of them are grade A and im now at 31

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  • holly

    Hi I’m 44 both fallopian tubes are removed what treatment should take and do I have a chance of becoming pregnant again?

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  • natasha

    What effect if Any would cigarette smoking have on implantation of the embryo after transfer?

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  • Lulu

    Hi Doctor, I had a ectopic pregnancy a few years ago. I would like to find out if both of my oviducts are unblocked, what would you recommend ?thank you.

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  • kidejah

    i want to get pregnant but my husband is far away, so can ivf be possible?

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  • Ophthalmologist syria

    In IVF Does the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome will reduce the chance of being pregnant
    Thanks

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  • annamarie

    Hi my name is Anna and i have a question,,can ivf be successful on a 31 year old who just quit smoking n pain medication

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  • Blessie

    Is ivf painful,? How is it done cos my two tubes are blocked. I’m 28 pls help

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