The Risk Of Twins In Artificial Insemination.?
, what is meant by the risk of the birth of twins in artificial insemination in this article at the end of the reading what do you mean? please explain https://www.HealthReplies.com/find- home- sickness / clinical / insemination-made
Hello Whyu, thank you for the question.
As you already know, the artificial insemination method (IVF) is a method used to assist pregnancy in couples who experience infertility. Infertility can occur primary or secondary. It is said primary infertility if the couple has not managed to get pregnant at all since starting active sexual intercourse, at least within 1 year. It is said secondary if the couple has succeeded in having offspring or have been pregnant before, but when they want to try the next pregnancy, pregnancy does not occur even though active having sex for at least 1 year.
Infertility can occur on the part of women, men, or both. Couples who will undergo the IVF program must naturally pass a series of medical tests. If declared healthy, IVF can be carried out. Depending on the IVF method, sometimes there are multiple pregnancies due to IVF procedures. For example, in the IVF method where ovum cells and sperm cells are taken from the women and men, then transferred to a sterile container and artificial fertilization is carried out. After that, it is observed whether embryo formation occurs. After the embryo has formed, it is immediately transferred into the uterus. In some cases, there is a transfer of more than 1 embryo, resulting in a twin pregnancy. Twins can be twins 2, twins 3, or twins more than 3.
This is certainly not planned, because naturally the purpose of IVF is to obtain a vital and developing embryo. Twin pregnancy can be a blessing in addition to excitement, of course also can bring a variety of risks. Maternal and fetal health risks, as well as financial risks. This must be considered by the partner, before starting the IVF program.
Thus my brief explanation, hopefully can add to your insight. Regards