Straight Talk on Fertility Tourism and IVF Treatments Abroad

The founder of MedVacation Taras Kuzin took part in a radio show whose topic was fertility tourism. The host, Dawn Davenport, and the guests on this show provided some great information about IVF with fertility clinics abroad and egg donations overseas. Visit MedVacation’s website to listen to recording of this episode.

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One Fertility Patient’s IVF Experience Abroad

Tune in tomorrow, February 27th, to hear about one fertility patient’s IVF experience abroad. She is going to share her IVF testimonials on a radio show and you will have a chance to dial in to ask questions.

ivf-abroad-story-testimonialHere is a brief udpate on what has transpired this week. Two doctors did the procedure on Monday morning. Rebecca told us that both fertility specialists were very nice. They explained the whole procedure (embryo transfer), as it went along. One of them even drove them back to the hotel so they didn’t have to take a cab.

Prior to the transfer, the IVF doctors told Rebecca that they and the embryologist had discussed the quantity they would recommend to transfer and would freeze the rest (MedVacation clinic uses Vitrification process for freezing eggs and embryos).

The day of her embryo transfer, Rebecca was prescribed bed rest. Her IVF doctor told her she could go see a movie in the afternoon the following day (Tuesday). She returned home on Wednesday. IVF patients may travel by plane 36 hours after embryo transfer was performed. Air travel does not pose any danger to pregnancy as long as constant air pressure is maintained. Modern airplanes, as a rule, don’t have sudden air pressure changes.