Is it okay to urinate right away after embryo transfer?
A contraction in the lower abdomen when feeling like urinating may seem a little worrying. But do not worry because it is just a normal symptom of people when holding bladder.
For a question asking ‘is it okay to urinate right away after embryo transfer?’, the answer is yes, it is.
Firstly, it is important to understand that the bladder, vagina, and uterus are completely different areas. So, they do not affect each other. Therefore, after a successful embryo transfer, it is okay for women to get up right away as the research has been officially confirmed that it does not cause the embryo to fall out.
ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) is an in vitro fertilization procedure with the laboratory technology. Both IVF and ICSI are comprising of similar procedures. But the difference is how sperm will fertilize an egg. In ICSI program, only one best sperm cell will be selected then injected directly into a fully matured egg. Patients will be prescribed some hormonal medications. Stimulating ovaries to produce several eggs. ICSI can make a pleasant fertilization rate. As well as reduces some fertilization problems or abnormalities caused from egg and sperm. For examples: multiple sperm fertilize an egg, sperm cannot penetrate the egg. The combined egg will transform to be an embryo after fertilization. Next, the embryo will be raised and will grow up among the appropriate environment inside a laboratory. Finally, the embryo will be transferred to the uterine cavity in order to implant then develop to be the fetus later on.
Couples who should receive the infertility treatment with ICSI program:
- Female’s age more than 35 years
- Stenosis for both sides of the fallopian tube
- Severe Endometriosis
- Estrogen dysfunction for examples: Chronic Anovulation, PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
- Severe sperm abnormalities including sperm morphological defect, low sperm count, poor sperm motility
- Male who is sterile or had a vasectomy but the body can still produce sperm. To extract sperm under this limitation, a surgical procedure will be performed such as PESA, TESA, TESE.
- Couples who have failed from every previous IVF cycle
- Couples who prefer to screen the embryo’s genetic diseases
IUI (Intrauterine insemination)
IUI is an insemination treatment for the purpose of injecting sperm directly into the uterus, increasing the chances of pregnancy. This treatment works together with the egg stimulation along with the medication and ultrasound scan. Once the ovarian follicle is mature enough, a patient will have a final hormone injection to help the eggs to become fully mature and stimulate the ovulation. As a result of this medication, the doctor can estimate the ovulation day accurately, and make an appointment for the sperm injection into female’s uterus.
Couples who should proceed with IUI
- Couples who cannot detect the causes of infertility
- Female has irregular oviduct but at least one side of tube must not be blocked in order to let sperm travel and fertilize an egg
- Female has cervical stenosis
- Women with ovulation problem
- Sperm disorders are mild to moderate
Prime Fertility Center, we not only provide infertility treatment services but what we aim and continuously develop is the customer service with care, being ready to provide consultation, taking care and paying attention to every emotion like a family member.
As we well understand the feeling, pressure, and stress of those who are unable to have babies.
So, we aim to deliver warmness and offer full services to facilitate our patients.
We work with the passion and attention of our specialized doctor, embryologists, and skillful staff in taking care of the patients and providing a comprehensive counseling service.
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