My friend sat in the fertility clinic many of days waiting for a blood test or a procedure to help her conceive. She was thirty-five years old and her periods had all but stopped. She was afraid like many women that she had left it to late to have a baby. She was lucky that she had put some money aside as she knew the fertility treatments were going to cost a bomb.
First, a defense (of sorts) of this show. As Urbans, nearly everyone I know has waited well into their 30s and 40s to marry and spawn. I consider this to be not just normal, but responsible. Jon said in last night’s ep that he’s now 32, meaning he was 22 when he married, meaning he was 23/24 when he had the twins and 26/27 when he had sextuplets. For us Urbans, that is just batsh!t crazy. It simply does not happen in our world.
My friend was one of the lucky ones. On her second attempt to conceive she found out she was pregnant. She was ecstatic, as it had not taken long for her at all. The drugs and often excruciating procedures had all been worth it. She had spent a lot of money but the outcome was she was four weeks pregnant. Later talking to me she confided her fear of just how many babies she would have and was a little concerned about how she would cope. This is a side effect of the IVF Centre in Hyderabad programme as is the possibility of ovarian cancer.
Another important factor when research cost effective tubal reversal surgery is the experience of the surgeon and staff. Because something costs less does not in any way mean that the medical care should not be top-notch. This is surgery and there can be complications with any surgery no matter how large or small the procedure. This is your health and safety and should be regarded as extremely important. Any questions you have should be asked to the surgeon and staff and all questions should IVF Centre be thoroughly answered.
Use common sense and stay away from tobacco, alcohol and drugs. This can not only reduce fertility but if you become pregnant this can irreparable harm to the baby.
After about a month of shots and sonograms it was time for my eggs to be retrieved. At this point I had a certain amount of eggs that were ready to go. The nurse called me and scheduled my retrieval. Again I was back to taking certain medications for this to happen. I was so nervous. What if something goes wrong? I hope they get enough eggs was all I was thinking. They have to put you under twilight in order for them to do this. It didn’t hurt at all. When I woke up they said everything went well. They were going to call me in a few days with the number of eggs that were retrieved. So we waited for the call.
That is little comfort though if you are struggling with infertility you know the heartache and sorrow involved. The sad part is that we are often the most vulnerable when we get to that point. Wanting a child and not being able to have one is something that women (and men) have struggled with from the beginning of time.
There are some people who are not lucky to welcome their baby home. But now they too can bring their bundle of joy home by getting in touch with infertility centers in Delhi.