I am a 36 year old married female. I got married five years back and we have no child. I started my fertility treatment four years ago. At first, I was treated for ectopic pregnancy and my right fallopian tube was removed. Again, I was diagnosed with tuberculosis and was treated for six months. My first IVF was done last year and it was a failure. Again, the second one was done six months later which was also a failure. My husband was diagnosed with fair to poor sperm DNA integrity and he is getting treated for the same.
I am taking Ovacare Forte twice daily and folic acid tablets once a day. I was advised to take these tablets for six months and it is about three months since I started. My periods used to be normal most of the times, but now it has been irregular during the last few cycles (last cycle in a gap of 45 days). Most of the times, my egg development was induced. I would like to take your advice for regular cycles and to improve my ovary and reproductive system.
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As there is a blockage in the fallopian tube, IVF (invitro fertilization - a manual process of fertilization of the egg and the sperm in a laboratory) is the only option. Ideally, the ovum should be healthy in such cases, unless there is an association of PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) or other cofactors.
Ovacare Forte and Folic acid are micronutrient supplements and may not alter your cycles. As you are planning for IVF within next three months, you need to prepare your mind, general health and uterus for conception. Considering your age, stress and other mentioned histories, I would suggest the following:
For further clarification regarding IVF, consult a gynaecologist online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/obstetrician-and-gynaecologist
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