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Children being born out of in-vitro fertilization treatment were once called test tube babies. If you have seen a video of the IVF process , you know that these babies do not come out of test tubes, because test tubes may not be used at all in the IVF lab !
In fact, these babies come from normal embryos that are fertilized using your own eggs and sperms. It is a fact that the fertilization of these gametes occurs in a laboratory, but the babies resulting from this process are no different from those who are born of normal, natural pregnancies.
When you watch an IVF video, you not only find out about the process itself, but also witness the dramatic advance of medical science. You actually have the opportunity to witness how life begins !
Things You Will Learn
The IVF process itself involves several steps, and the IVF video covers each of them in much detail. You will find out how to prepare for the IVF cycle, and the treatment details.
Information about Medications
You are fortunate enough to have the option of viewing these IVF videos to learn about the process , so you are prepared and ready ! You will also be able to familiarize yourself with all the different machines and techniques used along every step of the way. Knolwedge is power, and the journey becomes much easier to navigate if you know what to expect.
Make sure that you watch IVF videos before you start your IVF cycle - and you can get your husband to do so as well !
You can watch the entire series of videos which will walk you through the entire IVF process at https://www.drmalpani.com/knowledge-center/resources/videos1
Watching a video which describes the IVF process can help you prepare for what you should expect of the IVF procedure.
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