Gynecologist Health

Frozen embryo transfer – Necessary Precautions, Symptoms & the mechanism

Women today are career-oriented, and they do not consider getting pregnant at a time when they are supposed to focus on their careers. As per the saying of the gynaecologist in Punjab, “But yes, this fact cannot be denied either that there is a certain age at which the women’s reproductive system is responding actively and thus that is considered as the right time to conceive.” But medical science has introduced a way by which a woman can focus on her career without worrying about the deterioration of fertility. The frozen embryo technique, which is also supported by the IVF Centre in Punjab, is the one many couples are finding the best measure to preserve fertility. 

What happens on the day when the frozen transfer is done?

Although the procedure includes the placement of the embryos in the uterus with the use of a catheter, still this stratagem is not deemed as invasive as it does not tamper with any of the organs of your body. This procedure requires preciseness, therefore, ultrasound is used to have a clear picture of where the embryo is supposed to be placed. The doctors customarily do not let their patients go home or move from their place for approximately one hour to ensure that the embryo gets itself adjusted in the environment of the uterus.

What should the couples expect after taking up the procedure?

Couples can surely expect pregnancy, but they should not take up the pregnancy taste unless instructed by the doctor or a gynaecologist.

When should the pregnancy test be taken into account?

Almost all gynaecologists suggest waiting for at least 2 weeks after undergoing the procedure.

What would you feel after taking embryo transfer?

Once you have undergone embryo transfer, then you are sure to encounter the following mentioned symptoms:

  • Cramps
  • Feeling exhausted or tired
  • Nauseous feeling
  • Bloating stomach
  • Mood swings 
  • Cravings

Which precautionary measures are to be taken into account to increase the hit rate of the conception?

  • First of all, the conception can be healthily carried out to the delivery if the woman is refraining from stress.
  • For at least two weeks, the woman should not engage in any kind of strenuous activity.
  • Besides, you should take into account the following some necessary don’ts and those are:
  • Do not intake caffeinated products
  • Do not consume cigarettes or alcohol
  • Do not engage in sexual intercourse

Are all the pregnancy tests positive after the embryo transfer?

It quintessentially depends on the experience of the fertility expert from whom you have taken up the procedure. But do not always account for his responsibility for the conception, if the couple have not followed the necessary precautions, then obviously, it would lead to adverse consequences. 

The bottom line

Above all the precautionary measures, the role of diet can never be neglected in any case. So, one should prepare a healthy diet and lifestyle if one does not want to encounter any complications during pregnancy.