Ovulation Induction Tips & Tricks
Welcome to our informative training video on Ovulation Induction (OI) Tips & Tricks.
In this video, we will discuss the various aspects of OI and share some useful tips and tricks to help optimize the process.
What is Ovulation?
Ovulation is a process in which the mature egg is released from the ovary and travels down the fallopian tube, where it may be fertilized by sperm.
In some women, ovulation does not occur regularly or at all, which can lead to difficulties in getting pregnant. OI is used to overcome this problem and help women with irregular or absent ovulation to conceive.
OI can be done in combination with other treatments such as intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilization (IVF) to improve success rates.
Type of OI – COH, or Controlled Ovarian Hyperstimulation
It is a type of OI that involves the use of medications to stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple eggs.
Super Ovulation is another term used to describe this process.
Oral ovules, such as Clomiphene, and injectable medications, such as HMG and UGC, can be used to induce ovulation and promote the development of multiple follicles.
Complications in OI
OI can have certain complications such as
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS).
The ESHRE guidelines recommend the careful monitoring of patients undergoing OI to avoid such complications. In this video, we will share some tips and tricks to help avoid complications and optimize the chances of conception.
What is Rerojole?
Retrojole is a technique used to prevent premature LH surges during OI.
It involves the administration of a GnRH antagonist to prevent the LH surge.
It leads to premature ovulation and reduces the chances of conception.
Other Important Aspects of OI
It is a crucial step in OI.
The timing of the trigger is important as it determines the time of ovulation and the success of the treatment.
The timing of the trigger can be based on various factors such as follicle size and the level of estrogen.
The use of ultrasound-guided techniques can help determine the timing of the trigger and improve the success rates of OI.
2.Luteal Phase Support (LPS)
It is another important aspect of OI.
It involves the use of medications to support the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle, which is important for implantation and pregnancy.
The use of progesterone supplements is common during this phase to support the growth of the embryo.
3.Follicle Endometrial Priming (FEP)
It is a new technique used to improve the success rates of OI.
It involves the administration of estrogen supplements to prepare the endometrium for implantation
It increases the chances of conception.
OI is a valuable treatment option for women experiencing infertility. With the right tips and tricks, it is possible to optimize the process and improve the chances of conception