Failed IVF

If you have repeatedly failed IVF despite of having good quality embryos, you may be a good candidate for the latest IVF treatment called endometrial biopsy scratching or endometrial biopsy.

Endometrial Biopsy Scratching, Uterine biopsy, endometrial scratching IVFEndometrial Biopsy is a gentle endometrial injury caused by scratching patient’s uterine lining prior to embryo transfer. New research shows that local injury to the lining of the uterus can actually make the uterus more receptive to an implanting embryo and thus will increase one’s chances of pregnancy. How endometrial scratching works is not entirely understood. Scientists involved in studies believe that there may be two causes of increased implantation rates: white blood cells and gene switching.

The endometrial biopsy is a relatively simple procedure that can be performed either by our IVF clinics or by your local Ob/Gyn familiar with this procedure. The procedure is commonly referred to as a four quadrant uterine biopsy. MedVacation fertility doctors have been using endometrial biopsy scratching for some time now and it has proven to be successful for several of our patients. Although endometrial biopsy scratching is clinically effective, the timing of the procedures and its frequency are still being debated by fertility specialists. Fertility doctors agree that the scratch biopsy needs to be done once or twice before embryo transfer.

MedVacation fertility clinics offer this “new” treatment. This is also a testament to the quality of our fertility doctors. Contact us today for your free consultation and find out whether you may be a good candidate for endometrial scratching procedure.

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Two Beautiful Grade 1 Quality Embryos Available for Adoption

embryo adoptionWe would like to inform you that MedVacation has two gorgeous Grade 1 embryos available for adoption. These embryos may be a great match for prospective IVF patients who are interested in adopting embryos from prescreened Caucasian donors. The cost of this affordable Embryo Adoption Package is $8,999. The package includes frozen embryo transfer (FET), one round trip airfare and hotel accommodation for three nights (4 days). If you choose to adopt these embryos, your savings will be around $3,500. You can further reduce the cost of your package, if you have airline miles and/or hotel points that you can use for this trip.

Follow this link to learn more about this embryo adoption offer.

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.

IVF Clinics in US Use the Same Process Used by Our IVF Clinics Abroad

Our website states that IVF treatments with MedVacation’s fertility clinics abroad take, on average, 18 days, if the patient commences her treatments with our clinic on Cycle Day 1. Some of our clients told us that their local IVF clinics in the U.S. average 37 days from start to implantation (3 day on birth control, 5-10 days on Lupron, ultra sound, stimulation med 9-13 days, 1.5 later egg retrieval, 3-5 day transfer = 37 days). We would like to explain the IVF process and demonstrate to you that your local IVF clinic uses the same process used by our overseas IVF clinics.

IVF clinics in US, conception process, low cost ivf abroad, fertility tourism, ivf vacation, ivf tourismThe answer to this question is actually remarkably simple – your local IVF clinics in the U.S. perform egg retrieval during certain time of the month and sync up their patients’ menstrual cycles with clinics’ retrieval schedules. Since these clinics perform egg retrieval on certain days, they time IVF cycles by putting patients on birth control and/or Lupron.

Moreover, in addition to being used by IVF doctors for timing the egg retrieval day, Lupron is also taken during the IVF cycle. It is used to decrease the level of LH hormone women make for a short time and to prevent ovulation. This LH surge happens when the ovaries release the eggs, or ovulate, before the desired time or before the time of the egg retrieval. Therefore, you can add days on Lupron to your IVF cycle days rather than count those consecutively.

Our IVF clinics perform egg retrieval every day, even on weekends, if necessary. Therefore, we typically don’t put patients on OCP, but have done so in the past if they wanted to have egg retrieval on certain day. Here is a link to our page that talks about typical IVF cycle.

It may also be helpful to understand the process of natural conception. Think about your IVF cycle as natural conception process aided by our fertility specialists. Human conception is a relatively simple and yet amazingly complex process. Follow this link to learn more about the conception process and our low cost fertility treatments abroad.