How long will IVF treatment take?
Not in every province of our country you can find safe IVF centers that provide quality treatment services. For this reason, it is usually necessary to travel to big cities for IVF treatment. In this regard, it is important how long the IVF treatment will take and whether you will need to stay in the hospital. Because during treatment, problems such as accommodation and, if the couple is working, obtaining permission can arise. In this regard, it is worth emphasizing that it is enough for future fathers to come to the clinic only twice during the treatment. See: Frequently Asked Questions about IVF.
A father-to-be who comes into the counseling and donation phases can continue to work outside of that. At each stage of treatment, the expectant mother has to come to the clinic. That is why the counseling phase takes an average of 1 day, the egg development phase takes 15 days (in some cases, the woman can give injections herself or have them ordered), the egg collection process takes 10 minutes and the woman, of course, should come to the clinic during this same day. Finally, a blood test for pregnancy can be done at any medical facility. In other words, it is not necessary to go to an IVF center for this. To sum up, IVF treatment takes a maximum of 17 days as 1 + 15 + 1 in total for a woman. However, the periods indicated here refer to the average course of IVF treatment, this period may vary depending on the specific conditions.