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THURSDAY, May 18, 2017 (HealthDay News)—A 100-year-old medical treatment could help infertile women get pregnant without undergoing pricey in vitro fertilization (IVF), a new study suggests. The method was first used in 1917 and involves flushing a woman’s fallopian tubes with an iodized poppy seed oil. “Over the past century, pregnancy rates among infertile women reportedly increased after. HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, May 18, 2017 (HealthDay News) A 100-year-old medical treatment could help infertile women get pregnant without undergoing pricey in vitro fertilization (IVF), a new.

THURSDAY, May 18, 2017 (HealthDay News) A 100-year-old medical treatment could help infertile women get pregnant without undergoing pricey in vitro fertilization (IVF), a new study suggests. The method was first used in 1917 and involves flushing a woman’s fallopian tubes with an iodized poppy seed oil. Study: Century-Old Fertility Method Helps Infertile Couples Achieve Pregnancy Without IVF. ADELAIDE, Australia — Old news is good news for couples struggling to conceive children. A fertility method that has been around for more than 100 years may help infertile couples achieve pregnancy without the need for pricey In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatments, a recent study finds, and it works without.

Fertility Wellness Program Helps Couples Cope With Infertility. Penn Fertility Care, in collaboration with the Healing Arts Center of Philadelphia, offers a quarterly Fertility Wellness Program to help patients feel less anxious, less isolated and better able to cope along their fertility journey. After IVF, some couples get pregnant without help. — while in other cases the couple had a baby even after an unsuccessful experience with IVF. “Most infertile couples think that they are. If you have a spouse or partner, help each other through this time (and don’t blame each other for your difficulty getting pregnant). This doesn’t mean you need to feel the same thing at the same time – expecting to have the same emotional experience or ways of coping is one of the most common pitfalls for couples facing fertility problems.

Couples therapy for infertility may help couples to achieve this resiliency and commitment. Couples Therapy for Infertility and the Consolations of Externalization Externalization is a delightful parlor trick of couples therapy. The first crisis of infertility is an emphatic crisis of identity. However, if you can handle it, I think it covers the topic of infertility really well.

This is one of those ensemble movies that show different couples going through the same thing (similar to He’s just not that into you and New Year’s Eve”). One of the couples is going through infertility and IVF/adoption. Another goes through a miscarriage. The Cade Foundation helps couples by providing grants to those struggling with infertility.

The grant provides up to $10,000 per funded family (as fund permit) to help with costs of domestic adoption and medical fertility treatment.

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Assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT), and zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT) can help these couples become pregnant.

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When infertility is due to the female partner’s blocked Fallopian tubes or to the low motility or low count of the male partner’s sperm, in vitro fertilization (IVF) may be used.

“The Sociology of Health, Healing, and Illness” by Gregory L. Weiss
from The Sociology of Health, Healing, and Illness
by Gregory L. Weiss
Taylor & Francis, 2017

The effectiveness of infertility treatments (IVF, ICSI, egg and sperm donation, embryo donation) is dependent on a reasonable likelihood that embryos can be created in vitro, and then placed in the uterus with a reasonable expectation that implantation will occur.

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from Gynaecology E-Book: Expert Consult: Online and Print
by Robert W. Shaw, David Luesley, Ash K. Monga
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT), and zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT) can help these couples have children.

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from Medical Terminology 9 (Us Ed)
by BARBARA JANSON. COHEN, Shirley a Jones
Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, 2020

Numerous studies have evaluated the benefits of in vitro fertilizationembryo transfer (IVF-ET), gamete intrafallopian tube transfer (GIFT), and zygote intrafallopian tube transfer (ZIFT) in couples who fail to conceive with superovulation and IUI.

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from Management of Common Problems in Obstetrics and Gynecology
by T. Murphy Goodwin, Martin N. Montoro, et. al.
Wiley, 2010

Couples in whom the husband has an infertility problem may also be suitable for IVF, TET (tubal embryo transfer), or ICSI (direct sperm injection into an egg cell).

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Male infertility may be addressed via IVF in that if the male partner produces very few, or poor quality sperm a single spermatozoon can be injected directly into an egg taken from the woman, embryos created and then implanted in the woman womb.

“Medicine, patients and the law: Sixth edition” by Margaret Brazier
from Medicine, patients and the law: Sixth edition
by Margaret Brazier
Manchester University Press, 2016

The assisted reproductive technologies, in which by definition both eggs and sperm are handled outside of the body, are being used commonly to treat infertile couples with tubal disease, endometriosis, oligospermia and azoospermia, sperm antibodies, and unexplained infertility.

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from Goldman-Cecil Medicine E-Book
by Lee Goldman, Andrew I. Schafer
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

IVF allows couples to take the next step: their own egg and sperm can be combined in vitro and implanted into the surrogate.

“Biotechnology and Society: An Introduction” by Hallam Stevens
from Biotechnology and Society: An Introduction
by Hallam Stevens
University of Chicago Press, 2016

However one advantage of GIFT over IVF is that fertilization takes place within the most suitable environment (i.e. the fallopian tube) and the need to induce sperm capacitation evident in IVF is overcome as sperm appear to undergo capacitation in the fallopian tube (Carnevale et al., 2000a; Carnevale, 2011b).

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from Equine Reproductive Physiology, Breeding and Stud Management, 4th Edition
by Mina C G Davies Morel
CABI, 2015

Oktay Kutluk

Kutluk Oktay, MD, FACOG is one of the world's foremost experts in fertility preservation as well as ovarian stimulation and in vitro fertilization for infertility treatments. He developed and performed the world's first ovarian transplantation procedures as well as pioneered new ovarian stimulation protocols for embryo and oocyte freezing for breast and endometrial cancer patients.

Mail: [email protected]
Telephone: +1 (877) 492-3666

Biography: https://medicine.yale.edu/profile/kutluk_oktay/
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  • I didn’t think about it till I saw this video. Mind you I’m only 1 and a half minutes into it. But I just realized it would be great to have twins so I can have two kids since I might be able to do only one round of IVF

  • Hi, 3 weeks ago I had my first miscarriage & I was pregnant for 11 weeks. Doctors couldn’t find my baby heartbeat. When I can try for another baby and before trying do I need to go to see any doctor? Thanks

  • Hey Kati!! So much love for your channel, my mom and I have received so much reassurance from your videos:)
    I was wondering if you had any book recommendations for people interested in entering the psychology field professionally! And also what some of your other general favorite books are:)
    Warm regards!

  • Been dealing with this with my Fiancee for almost 17 months. Its really hard and has hurt our relationship tremendously, We both are going to a fertility institute, hope this works. Prayers to everyone going through this, & baby dust

  • I had hydrosalpinx in my left fallopian tube and had it removed in October. I just had an ultrasound at my new gynecologist, and he said the results show I have hydrosalpinx on my left fallopian tube!!??? And I saw it too while the tech was performing the test!! It looked oblong structure and not roundish like a simple cyst…. HELP! I dont know how that can be if my last 2 ultrasounds performed AFTER the surgery in OCTOBER, showed nothing of that!!

  • Well I must have some real selfish and inconsiderate family because the more I tried to communicate and explain what I was feeling and what I was going through, the more they became insensitive and hurtful in the way they acted and with the things they say. I wish I never told anyone. Now I’ve isolated myself from family and all they do is continue to say hurtful things like how I’m jealous, that I need to just get over it, that I’ve made it into some baby or infertility competition.

  • My husband is now 16 million per milliliter 25% motility ok morphology. He got his hormones tested he’s all normal normal testosterone levels, LH, fsh, thyroid no vericolce too! Can his unhealthy lifestyle cure it? Like if he quits drinking 20 cups of coffee a day start exercising sleeping better?? I’m so worried

  • So I still track my fertility with an app and just doing that is a reminder of when we were trying for a long time It’s just occurred to me that maybe downloading a different app would give my head a break from the association. I just hate that thing so much, but my body being the way it is, tracking is a necessary evil. So there’s a potentially helpful tip.

  • Hi doctor, Greetings from singapore. Last year Nov 2019 my report of AMH is on the Low side. I am turning 44 in Dec 2020. I suffered 1 miscarriage on the 8 weeks with no heartbeat on 2019 Jan another chemical pregnancy in Aug 2019. Been actively trying and now is 2020 Aug and I did HSG in July 2020 and my tube is fine and including hubby’s sperms. I have done all the Test like rubella, stds, syphilis, gornorhea ans auto immune. Everything is fine. May I ask should I try natural conception in August or I should just go ahead with IVF? Or what other alternatives I should try… Thanks. What are my chance for ivf… thank you doctor. I enjoyed ur video a lot. Very informative and crispy.
    I have been taking supplements that is FDA approved pharmaceutical grade multivitamins, vitamin c, coenzyme, vitamin D, folate B12, fish oil and also vitamin E for 8 months. Am I doing the right thing what should be my next steps…

  • My sister found out she was pregnant for the second time after being a very ill adult. I was hoping and telling myself she wasn’t before she took any tests partly because she is very high risk, partly because she already has a child, and I don’t. I can’t. I feel so awful when all she talks about now is baby things; when she invites me over, I want to say yes, but I sometimes say no because it makes me so angry with myself. I’m a female, I should be able to reproduce. I work in a school setting with young kids but it’s not enough anymore. I want children but know my body can’t.

  • Finally got pregnant at age 39 with natural herbs after 11 years of my infertility in marriage.. I met a testimony of a woman who a traditional doctor helped with his herbs who had PCOS and as a result could not conceive and after taking his herbal medication she took in..so I took his number which is +234 8129605087. And called him and explain to him my problem so he told me he will help me with some herbs that will help me to shrink off the fibroids within few weeks and fertility supplement to help me conceive fast because that was my problem, I had diagnosed some multiple fibroids from my last scan.. so he said I should have no worries…so after discussing with my hubby we both decided we should get the herbs from him…so which he later sent them to me..and he told me how to be taking the medication… so just after 5 weeks of drinking the native medicine I started feeling very pale and tired always.. so I decided to meet my medical doctor for a check up, and to my greatest surprise my doc told me that am 2 weeks pregnant. I was so so happy that day.. so I called Mr Marcus and told him everything.. am so happy and that is why I am informing any woman facing any infertility issue to reach out to Mr Marcus for help today, just call him on WhatsApp on this number +2348129605087 and see if he can help ok.. or probably send him an email at [email protected] gmail.com..wish you all baby dust.

  • I just went through my second miscarriage. I had a few people instantly went to offering advice… I know people mean well… I just at times wish
    people wouldn’t go straight to wanting to fix a problem they can’t fix.. I had two people say I should get a surrogate… it instantly made me feel like I’m less than a woman. Before I could respond they instantly apologized.. but I do feel people need to know just to say sorry and that’s perfect for me. There’s really not much to do to help me other than just being there. This kinda helped me.. I’m not going to give up but I do wish more people would take the time to research or see the different sides of pregnancy.. that we should embrace not only the good moments but be okay with the losses.. it makes me feel alienated when people only wanna talk about this person is newly pregnant and with me they don’t know how to approach me.
    I also have people in my life who aren’t very well at reading the room.. right now I’m I hibernating mode and that’s to protect me. I know I’ll move forward but I’m lost right now.

  • Holy crap. I just deleted my Facebook because so many people are pregnant and I’m going through infertility. And, I just thought the miracle happened, but I had a miscarriage. But I’m really depressed about not having a child. I cut the friends who are parents out of my life recently. I’m gonna do this. Thank you so so much.

  • IVF is a long journey. My wife got pregnant with twins boys right away. The doctor told my wife to exercise and keep active. We lost our twins at 5 months due to a weak cervix. They lived 1 hour. After that we were afraid of putting 2 inside for the next round. My wife had 5 miscarriages right away. We were down to our last 3. We decided to put two inside. They made it! My wife was bedridden the whole time. We learned a lesson. When you spend so much money on IVF and you get pregnant. You need to be careful and not stay active. You do not want to run into what we did. I almost give up on IVF and was going to tell my wife to adopt. My kids are 7 now. We were lucky to be close to the highest rated IVF clinic in the USA in Portland Oregon. We spent 30K on IVF. I spend all of my time with my kids. The best parents who care about their kids the most are the ones who suffer and go through IVF. I shrug my head when I go to birthday parties and parents are on their phones and not watching their kids. These are the ones who had kids by accident or easily. We waited till we were in our early 30s to have kids. We worked in our careers and money first. No one talks about IVF. You have to run into someone who has. I remember crying after some friends with kids told us we were not getting any younger and we should have kids. These people had no clue about our fertility problems. People are very rude. I never ask anyone 30s and up that question of kids. People are dating long term and not getting married till early 30s anymore. I worked very hard to save up and purchase a house and make sure when I had kids I had plenty of time to spend with them and not at work all of the time. Congrats…

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  • We had our cycle in Kiev last year. Ended up with a lovely healthy baby boy we’d been waiting for ages. This emotional rollercoaster is tough to deal with. Anyway, be sure you’re not alone on this path. All my positive thoughts going your way xx

  • I’m going through an ugly custody battle at the moment and have family members pregnant. It’s really hard. I wouldn’t wish this on my worst enemy.

  • Which would you recommend? My doctors say everything looks fine from ultrasound and blood work. I tried 2.5 mg letrozole and still nothing. I’ve been trying 2 years almost 3 years and haven’t been diagnosed with pcos

  • Your story brought tears to my eyes but brought hope to life. All the best! I will keep you in my prayers. I will be waiting to see photos of you with your little bub!!! Enjoy each moment!

  • How do the risky fertility supplements you describe in the video differ from prenatal vitamins, which always seem to be recommended for those trying to conceive? Or are they the same thing?

  • What are your thoughts on acupuncture, and the supplements provided during these treatments? I am scheduled to start femara this cycle, and have scheduled acupuncture as well. I am not sure if I should skip the acupuncture/supplements and just do femara this month.

  • Watching this video and couldnot stop my tears! I can feel what you went through.. this is not easy at all.. but you are stronger than you think! �� felt so positive after watching this video..

  • Can You still have a baby with hpv 16 and 18 because I’ve been trying for like for 4 years and no luck…can you please help us.. thank you very much for your time and advise

  • Hi Doc, l need advice, am frustrated by the way my ivf process is going. Was supposed to start February but was given birth control bc of ovarian cysts, l called when l finished the birth control it was cancelled bc of Coronavirus till May. My Doc did control again said no they can’t start bc of the cysts was given another birth control that was on May, when my menses came out last Mon l went, it was cancelled again bc my hormone was too low.my menses came out last week l went was cancelled again yesterday bc of the cysts till next month again. Pls Doc am worried what should l do bc of these cysts is 2.4cm. Am a woman of 42 years. Please l need advice. My Doc didn’t give me birth control again she only asked me to come next month when my menses come. I menstruate every month. Please l need advice. Is there any medication l can take for these cysts to dissolves. Am just frustrated. Thanks waiting for ur reply.

  • My doctor said my husband sperm can’t fertilize my eggs another Doctor said his sperm percentage is not enough to get me pregnant…he has 97%

  • Kati, your videos are wonderfully informative but could you please lower the pitch and speed of your voice? Your speaking pace is practically manic (pardon the pun)! Thanks!

  • Hi sir i did ivf becoz I have 2 daughters nd choose gender selection from 6 membroyos only one is male nd now going FET so my wish is twince how it’s possible before transfer FET of one embroyo.any medication during transfer

  • Doc.my i ask..i have a baby 6years old now from now i want to have another baby… My obi gyne said i have dominant follicles in right side is this okay do i have another baby

  • My buddy and her spouse have been wanting to have a child for 3 years. Their advisors have not been able to assist them as well. She bought this guide with sticking to the directions in the plan for 2 months, they to be expectant. You can learn about this guide more by getting to Google. The name is Sofia Goρazna
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  • Pray for me ������
    Im also suffering from unexplained infertility ����
    In august i also done IVF treatment n tested beta hcg n it came out 122.25 but last monday my beta hcg n progesterone tested n beta hcg fall down to 21.50…..it is totally heartbreaking ������….it’s really hard to control myself ������….guys please please pray for me ��������

  • Its so so hard for me right now.. I’ve just found out that I could carry a baby but it would be to dangerous after a kidney transplant and on top of that I can’t donate my eggs and have a surrogate because it was also be to dangerous to donate my eggs with all the Injections I want to scream and let it out honestly. On top of that my niece is pregnant with her second baby and a family friend is pregnant and my mum has taken upon herself to constantly buy baby clothes around me without a second thought every time we are out together. My niece has taken both the names I’d picked for a child claiming she thought of them first. Her mum/my sister did the same thing with my younger niece. It’s heart breaking!

  • I had 2 ectopic pregnancies, lost 2 babies and my right Fallopian tube, and 3 rounds of chemo to end my pregnancies due to them being stuck in my tube. Thank you for this video ��❤️ I’ve been crying every day for almost 2 years. I’m starting IVF in a couple days and looking forward to it. I appreciate your video and talking about this real issue that is not talked that much.

    I’ve let my family know what I’m going through, and nobody cares. No one came to see me in the hospital both times and no one asked me how I’m doing, and when I reach out for help all but one friend actually cares. I would get one respond back when I’m in tears from other friends saying “you’ll be fine, stay strong” and that’s it. I now know who my true friends are.

  • I just lost another baby through miscarriage, this video is has such great information. Thank you for talking about this issue again. These videos are very healing for me. My heart goes out to all the others also struggling to have a baby. ❤️

  • Thank you foe this….this has been a struggle for me lately.

    I have a lot of health issues that could be passed on to my kids (as does my husband’s side), and we made the tough decision to not have kids bc we could not risk having them go thru what we are going thru. Also, pregnancy could be dangerous for me and possibly the baby.

    I was on the fence about having kids when i was younger and thought i would be ok without having them, but ever since getting married recently and now being in my early 30s, i have been struggling a lot with the fact that ill never be a mom, never be able to give my husband a child, and like this is just another thing my body has prevented me from doing. I dont really have anyone to talk to about this, so its been tough

  • I hope it’s ok for me to comment here. I am not infertile, but I am a gay man. My husband and I of 7 years tried to become foster to adopt parents and after over a year of being bullied by socail workers and trying to make us withdraw we did. I feel we will never have children. We believe the workers were biased and used trauma in my childhood reason to withdraw. We were told to attend adoption parties to meet children and workers as we would be approved then to withdraw.

  • I’ve been trying for 5 years already. The struggle is real. This’s hard when many of your friends are bragging about their kids. It’s even harder when people announcing news like, “I’m pregnant and we weren’t even trying!!” This happens to me so often. This is so frustrating when each and everyone around you gets pregnant… Seems they conceive right away, from the first try. We’ve tried treatments, medications, herbs, etc. but nothing. And everyone around thinks it’s their mission to ask “why don’t you have any kids yet? what are you waiting for?” This is so hard. Anyway, this’s very hard because you are grieving that child that you do not have. Grief is a complicated thing. I hope donor eggs will work for me… I’m so tired of infertility. I’m so tired of trying and get nothing instead. I just want to be a mom.

  • I’ve dealt with 5 miscarriages, 2 later ones in pregnancy, one being born alive then dying immediately after. I’ve been told I can not carry a child, it’s been over a year and I still feel the hurt in my heart, I wondering how long will it take to get over this and accept it.

  • I’ve been to a support group and sometimes they are good and sometimes bad. There was one where the person running it ended up being very mean and rude to me and started ganging up on me with others as well. It was awful. She also used my depression issues to insult me and also said she didn’t care if I had a miscarriage. Thanks…I just needed to vent.�� Other support groups have been great, you just have to be careful I guess.��