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What is infertility? – You are classified infertile if you have tried to conceive for 12 months or more without becoming pregnant? About 11% of couples are labeled infertile at some time during their childbearing years.
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.
I know it sounds terribly trite and simplistic, but please, try it anyway. Keep your thoughts out of the past or future and keep them in the present. You can do this. Make a list of your most frequent painful thoughts. Now go down the list and note whether each thought is about something in the past, present or future. If you’re blaming yourself for not tracking your ovulation last month, notice that and pull yourself back to the present. If you’re predicting that giving yourself shots will hurt like hell, notice that and come back to the now. Then go back to Step check in with your body and use your logic to inquire into IVF Centre those painful beliefs.
In 2002, a large number of women – 11.9% of the total population, or 7.3 million women – were found to have received fertility treatment in some manner, shape or form, since they were diagnosed with impaired fecundity, meaning that some of them had problems getting pregnant and others also had problems carrying their babies to term. It was also determined that 6.1% of these women had seen specialists about fertility problems; 5.5% were pregnant, but had to be treated so that they would not miscarry; 4.8% had specialists test them for potential fertility problems; 3.8 had taken drugs to help them ovulate; and 1.1% needed to be artificially inseminated.
If you didn’t pick it up from those douchey diamond studs Jon now sports in both ears, it seems clear that Jon has recently realized that he does not like this business of being an adult with adult responsibilities.
In most countries PGD is mainly used for medical reasons, For example, if there was a genetic disease which runs only in girls, couples would be allowed to have PGD to implant only male embryos.
Just a final note, nothing is more precious than holding you own child. Perhaps this is the reason why couples do not mind spending thousands of hard earned money on IVF just so they can have their own bundle of joy.