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Published on Sep 22, 2009
http://ivf.isida.ua/en/treatment/02.html There are various protocols for conducting the IVF program. Most often we use the so-called long protocol. Between the 19th and 23rd days of the cycle, we administer a drug that prepares the womans body for hormonal stimulation. After some time we stimulate follicles using drugs that promote their growth. This takes place under ultrasonic and hormonal monitoring. Once follicles have growth to a certain size, they are punctured. This procedure takes a few hours and does not require inpatient hospitalization. Fertilization takes place immediately after follicle puncture. Several days after fertilization, the embryo is placed in the uterine cavity. It is a painless, ultrasound-guided procedure. After two weeks the woman does a pregnancy test.
Answers questions about in vitro fertilization: Alina Palamarchuk, MD obstetrician gynecologist