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7 information that increases success in IVF treatment

One of the most common assisted reproductive technologies that couples who cannot have children resort to IVF treatment, with developments in this area, the chances of success are increasing. Of course, as with all applications in the field of Health, there are also factors that directly affect success in IVF treatment. Along with the process in which IVF treatment is started, it is very important that many factors are positive at the same time, and in this process, you should definitely take into account the recommendations and warnings of your doctor. 

1.    Resting on the day of embryo transfer is very important!
Embryo transfer is the last and most important stage of the treatment process and directly affects the results. After the Transfer, the patient will be discharged after resting in the clinic for several hours. It is also important that the expectant mother spends this day resting at home after discharge. At the end of 24 hours following embryo transfer, in the process leading up to the day of pregnancy test; it is recommended that the expectant mother avoid very strenuous physical activities, situations that will tire herself psychologically, and long-term trips. 


2.    Medications recommended by the doctor should be taken
Above, we mentioned that the success of IVF treatment depends on many factors. Drug use is also one of these important factors. The drugs recommended by your doctor should be used at the right time and in the right doses. After receiving the pregnancy test results, your doctor will decide whether to continue hormone therapy. 


3.Get away from your bad habits
From the moment you decide to have children, it is vital that you get rid of your bad habits and addictions. In addition to paying attention to your general health, you should stop smoking and alcohol, limit your tea and coffee consumption, and follow a balanced and healthy diet program. 


4.Pay attention to your meal!
Nutrients directly affect your overall health and are also very important for your reproductive health. When you decide to conceive, you should switch to a balanced and healthy diet program that will positively affect your reproductive health. During IVF treatment, a healthy nutrition program should be applied that will increase fertility. In this process, processed foods, ready-packaged products, fatty foods, foods high in Salt, food products that do not have nutritional value should be avoided. It is very important that you apply a rich nutrition program Rich in vitamins and minerals, with a well-adjusted balance of protein, carbohydrates and fats. 


5. Don't neglect dietary supplements
In the process of starting IVF treatment, you should not neglect the nutritional supplements recommended by your doctor. You should start taking folic acid supplements 3 months before the onset of pregnancy and continue taking folic acid supplements until the time recommended by your doctor after the pregnancy has occurred. Proper and regular intake of folic acid; in addition to facilitating pregnancy, it supports the development of the baby and helps the pregnancy process pass more healthily. In addition to folic acid supplements, your doctor may also recommend some other nutritional supplements in the process. 


6. Stress negatively affects the process
For physical and mental health, it is very important to avoid stress, and stress also negatively affects reproductive health. Once you decide to have children, you can take advantage of practices such as meditation, yoga, or new hobbies that will help you stay away from stress. Experts note that miscarriages after IVF treatment are largely due to stress. For this reason, with the beginning of the IVF treatment process, it is very important that the mother is comfortable and peaceful both physically and mentally. 


7. Do not forget to drink water
Drinking water is very important for overall body health, as well as for fertility and reproductive health. During IVF treatment, it is recommended to drink at least 8 glasses of water every day, depending on your weight. After treatment, in the process after pregnancy, you should also drink enough water and do not neglect daily water consumption unless your doctor tells you otherwise. 

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