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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)


What is the meaning of In Vitro Fertilization (CAMS )?

CAMS and ICSI are the processes of fertilizing the egg by sperm in the lab and transferring it back to the uterus of the mothertobewith high success rate. In 1978, the first CAMS (test tube) baby was born. Since then, almost 5 million babies worldwide were born through CAMS, which helped millions of couples overcome infertility problems.



Who may seriously consider applying an CAMS treatment?

If after a year of frequent intercourse pregnancy has not been achieved or there have been several miscarriages, fertility treatment can guarantee that the best egg and sperm have been chosen for you, for the best possible result.



What are the results of success getting pregnant via CAMS treatment?

The key points for the success are the age of a woman and the health of the womb. Generally speaking, the success rate is about 30 60 % per started cycle.



Are the children, born via CAMS /ICSI different from the children, born via spontaneous pregnancy?

So far, no scientific evidence has provided any concerns in relation to the procedures, such as physical or mental abnormalities of children. The percentage of infants with possible abnormalities is around 3% for both CAMS and naturally conceived children.


What complications can be caused by the treatment during in vitro fertilization?

The most frequent complication is probably the syndrome of ovarian hyperstimulation. This condition is caused by the increased permeability of vessels and the leakage of liquids in socalled third space; abdominal cavity, lungs, pericardium and the problems with blood coagulation.

The stimulation of ovaries, necessary to obtain numerous eggs, is the determined change of the physiological ovulation, when usually only one egg gets mature. Thats why the conditions are more or less created in all cases of stimulation and the frequency of ovarian hyperstimulation, especially in its mild form, equals 20%. For the prevention of more serious complications careful planning is required, considering risk factors and providing early preventive measures.

Complications, requiring operative interference are rather rare; 0.2%-1.1%. They might include bleeding, injury of small pelvis organs, twisting or apoplexy (bursting) of ovaries.


Does the hydrosalpinges (gathering of fluid in a uterine tube, caused by infection) affect the results of CAMS treatment?

Yes, it has a negative effect. The existence of hydrosalpinges decreases the possibility of getting pregnancy around 50%. It might toxically or mechanically affect the transferred embryos. Thats why we recommend our patients, having this diagnosis, to undergo laparascopy and remove the affected uteral tube before the treatment takes place.


Which day can we start to count pregnancy period from after the CAMS procedure?

In natural conception, the pregnancy starts after the day of last menstruation. In the CAMS pregnancy it is the day of embryo transfer, or the day of IUI procedure equals a twoweek pregnancy period.


How do the repeated hormonal stimulations after the nonresultative previous treatment affect the state of ovaries?

There are no studies in scientific literature pointing increased risk


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