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Natural Cycle IVF Top 7 Patient Tips
You can do all the research you want on Natural Cycle In Vitro Fertilization; collect success rates, thumb through studies, and scour online testimonials. Now while that information will be of benefit, the most beneficial thing may actually be to follow these 7 tips from one of the country’s leading NCIVF fertility doctors.
For those patients who do not wish to use ovarian stimulation drugs, NCIVF makes more sense. For patients who have failed stimulated IVF or who have poor ovarian reserve or who are older (>37 years old), then NCIVF may be a better choice.
“We have a patient who we successfully treated using stimulated IVF when she was 39 years old who returned to us at age 41 years old for a second stimulated IVF but her insurance carrier would no longer provide coverage because her serum FSH level was now elevated at 42,” Dr. DiMattina explains. “She had regular menstrual cycles, so she asked if she could try NCIVF and she got pregnant in her first NCIVF embryo transfer and delivered a healthy baby.”