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Don’t Give Up Hope! Pregnancy is Achievable after Multiple Failed IVF Cycle

A failed IVF cycle can be emotionally and financiallyMultiple Failed IVF Cycle devastating. Delhi IVF and Fertility Research Centre which is the best IVF centre for IVF failure treatment can understand this well because most of our patients come to us after having at least one unsuccessful IVF cycle at a different fertility center. At Delhi IVF, we expertise in helping our patients with difficult cases of infertility and we know that failed IVF cycles can give signs for a successful next IVF treatment.

We are famous and are a referral centre for failed IVF cycles (even multiple) from almost all parts of the country and many different parts of the world and have developed that confidence and reputation amongst all doctors and patients all over. In fact, our slogan is “If you have a desire you can have a baby”. Most patients come to us after being disheartened and failed IVF cycles elsewhere and have gone back successfully.

What is Repeated IVF Failure?

Repeated IVF failure or Recurrent Implantation Failure refers to failure of clinical pregnancy of a woman, after she had multiple healthy and robust embryo transfers at the time of IVF treatment in a minimum of three frozen or fresh cycles before the age of 40. It does not include the pregnancy failure influenced by an abnormal uterine cavity or hydrosalpinx after IVF or ICSI.

    Factors Responsible for Failed IVF Cycles

  • “IVF failure” can be a daunting term that can refer to multiple situations;

  • IVF cycle cancellation, due to low amount of follicles produced at the time of egg retrieval.

  • Retrieved eggs are not of good or high quality.

  • Egg retrieved doesn’t fertilize well enough.

  • Thus, no embryo present during the transfer into the uterus.

  • Transferred Embryos may not implant due to the various reasons- Implantation Failure

  • Various Infections- Like TB, Gonorrhea, etc.

  • Male factor infertility –(less motility, high DNA fragmentation rate, etc).