What is IVF?
In a nutshell, an IVFs is a procedure in which a fertilised egg is implanted into the uterus of a woman who wants to become pregnant.
It has been around for over a century, and there are many types of IVFs.
But it was only in the last decade or so that IVF became a major treatment option for women with fertility problems.
In the US, it is available to women over the age of 40.
It involves removing the embryo and removing the lining of the uterus from the egg.
If successful, the embryo is then implanted in the womb of the donor.
For women who are overweight or obese, an average of 3.6 women per year will be eligible for an IVFS, and up to 10% of all IVF embryos will have a normal implantation rate.
Women with low-risk ovulation or those who have been using a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug are also eligible for IVF treatment.
There are no long-term side effects associated with IVF, but some women will experience infertility after two to four years.
However, the procedure is only available to those who are aged over 40, and many women who have already had a child with fertility issues will have to wait a long time before they are eligible to have an IVFD.
According to the World Health Organisation, about two in 10 women will give birth to a baby after an IVFT.
The World Economic Forum estimates that one in three women will become pregnant during an IVFH.
Some IVF clinics have been criticised for failing to recognise the risks of the procedure.
“There’s no reason why IVF can’t be safer and more effective than IVF without all the risks,” said Ms Rimmer.
Ms Rimmer said it was important for patients to have the option of IVF.
She said if they were told they had a chance of having a baby, they should take advantage of it.
“[We need to be] encouraging women to make informed decisions about their fertility, so that they’re able to have a child in their own right.”
Ms Karr also supported Ms Rader’s view.
“(It’s) really important to talk to a fertility specialist or a midwife about IVF as well as women with ovarian cancer.
You should always speak to your doctor about the options for a baby and they can give you more information about IVFs and fertility treatments.”