Ivf Egg Pick Up (Oocyte Retrieval/Egg Harvesting)

You are approaching your 40’s or you are already there and you desperately want to have a baby. Don’t panic as in today’s age, it is entirely possible to get pregnant and have a healthy baby. Think of it like the common expression, ‘Yesterdays 30’s are today’s 40’s’.

There are so many different ways of dealing with any kind of a health issue if we just take the time to look. If you have cancer and oncologist has given up is a “natural” cure going to work? Probably not. But, that is something completely different anyway.

So is there another way to have a child following tubal ligation? The answer is tubal reversal surgery. Although not as well known as IVF, tubal reversal surgery actually has better pregnancy success rates over IVF Centre in Hyderabad as noted in the Tubal Reversal Pregnancy Report 2009 conducted by the world’s leading tubal reversal center. Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center conducted this study with the input of over 5000 tubal reversal patients. This is the largest ligation reversal study performed to date.

“Jon has IVF Centre a lot of anger toward me and I would love to discuss it with him but he won’t talk to me. That’s the truth. So I’m kind of lost. He won’t hold a discussion with me…. I don’t know that he knows what he wants,” Kate said. Not exactly the words of a woman who’s been cheated on.

Being close or into their 40’s also puts the age factor at hand. Women worry that they do not have much time left in the fertility department and so the push is on. But is tubal reversal surgery going to work? Am I too old to have a child the natural way now?? These are all questions that are commonly asked.

NHS treatment is usually free. However, some units do charge fees, often on a means-tested basis. They do not normally cover the full cost of treatment, but can be quite hefty, running to several hundred pounds. As a rule, there is no substantial difference between the treatment provided by the NHS, and that provided in the private clinics – with one exception. The NHS usually does not offer women the choice between egg collection under sedation or under general anaesthetic – it is provided under sedation only. Many women are able to cope with egg collection in this way, but some prefer to have the choice.

Explore Your Options – It is good that many couples are trying different ways and means on how to get pregnant but for it to work, it’s better if you do not stick to one type of treatment only. Certain treatment methods do not work on everyone. Aside from experimenting with different sexual positions, changing your diet or taking fertility supplements, there are various natural and holistic methods that have also been proven to work. Some women who have applied these methods got pregnant in two months’ time. It’s what I did and it worked.

It’s a very personal story but I just wanted share it in hopes that other people going through something similar do not give up hope. Sometimes the timing just has to be right.