4 Common Myths About IVF Busted

Myth 1: You have no control over how your IVF cycle will turn out. Reality: To determine if implantation is possible or not, fibroids, scar tissue, and polyps in the uterine cavity are examined using ultrasound and X-ray. Fallopian tubes must be clean and devoid of fluid in order for IVF to be successful.

Myth 2: IVF is risky, and the birth abnormalities and deformities that result are passed on to the babies. Reality:  The likelihood of having a baby with abnormalities is about the same as when pregnancies are unplanned.

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Myth 3: Fertility treatment causes cancer. Reality: There is no evidence to support the claim that IVF or other infertility therapies raise the possibility of ovarian or breast cancer.

Myth 4: Pregnancies obtained through IVF are more challenging and end in caesarean birth. Reality: A caesarean section could be required for a variety of reasons other than IVF itself. These issues can even arise in pregnancies without IVF.