We started our Reciprocal IVF journey!!!
We started our Reciprocal IVF journey!!! We are so excited to be on this journey together and to finally be able to start a family. We have been through so much together and this is just another adventure that we get to go on together. We are so grateful for the technology and science that has made this possible for us and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for our family.
We are so blessed to have each other and to be able to go through this process together. We are also grateful for our amazing support system of family and friends who have been with us every step of the way. Thank you all for your love and support!
What is Reciprocal IVF?
Reciprocal IVF is a type of IVF that allows two women to use their own eggs and sperm to create embryos that can be implanted into either woman. This allows both women to be involved in the pregnancy and birth of their child.
Reciprocal IVF is a great option for same-sex couples who want to have a biological child together. It can also be a good option for couples who are facing fertility issues.
What are the steps of Reciprocal IVF?
The first step of Reciprocal IVF is to stimulate the ovaries of both women using medication. Once the eggs are mature, they are retrieved from the ovaries and fertilized with sperm in the laboratory. The embryos are then transferred to the uterus of the woman who will carry the pregnancy.
The whole process takes about two weeks from start to finish. The woman who is carrying the pregnancy will need to take medication to prevent her body from rejecting the embryos. She will also need to have regular ultrasounds and blood tests to monitor the pregnancy.
What are the success rates of Reciprocal IVF?
The success rates of Reciprocal IVF depend on a number of factors, including the age of the women, the quality of the eggs, and the experience of the fertility clinic. In general, the success rates are similar to those of traditional IVF.
Reciprocal IVF is a great option for same-sex couples who want to have a biological child together. It can also be a good option for couples who are facing fertility issues. The success rates are similar to those of traditional IVF, making it a viable option for many couples.