IVF USA Concierge - Peter18:22

Hello! I'm delighted to provide you with exclusive one-on-one consultation.
How can I assist you?

What is the process and cost of egg freezing?

Home service Medic video honor Contact us

The Importance of Progesterone in IVF: Insights from Dr. Nathan Zhang at IVF USA

2023-11-02 20:18:11,visits: 174

Progesterone, also known as the hormone of pregnancy, plays a pivotal role in IVF procedures. Both before and after embryo transfer, monitoring progesterone levels is a common practice. But how critical is progesterone in IVF? Progesterone, also referred to as luteal hormone, is a naturally secreted hormone originating from the corpus luteum in the female ovaries. While progesterone is what the body naturally produces, the medication used during IVF is often referred to as luteal hormone.


Progesterone serves multiple essential functions in IVF treatment, including:


Preventing Ovulation: Progesterone effectively inhibits natural ovulation, a crucial aspect of controlling ovarian activity during the treatment cycle. It ensures that egg retrieval occurs at a fixed time, enhancing the quality of ovarian follicles and safeguarding the quality of eggs.


Preparing the Uterine Lining for Embryo Implantation: Progesterone helps in preparing the uterine lining, making it receptive for the successful implantation of embryos, creating an ideal environment.


Suppressing Uterine Contractions: Progesterone reduces unwanted uterine contractions, contributing to the maintenance of a stable environment for the developing embryos. This is particularly crucial in the early stages of pregnancy.


Immune Response Suppression: Progesterone can lower the body's immune response to foreign embryos, increasing the chances of successful embryo implantation.


While successful pregnancies result in higher, sustained progesterone levels due to the continuous production by the corpus luteum, in some IVF cases, patients may experience insufficient progesterone levels. This is primarily due to a decrease in the number of eggs following retrieval, which may lead to inadequate production of progesterone. Even if fertilized embryos have successfully implanted, low progesterone levels can pose a threat to the pregnancy's successful development. Therefore, doctors often recommend supplementing with luteal hormone in such situations to boost progesterone levels, ensuring the continuation of a successful pregnancy. Thus, luteal support is of paramount importance in the IVF embryo transfer process.


IVF treatment is highly personalized, with the use of progesterone varying in dosage and treatment plans based on individual circumstances. IVF in the USA is renowned for its rigorous medical standards, and medical teams in the country tailor treatment plans to suit each patient's needs. IVF USA offers the advantage of a streamlined system, which reduces the time spent in the USA. Patients can have online video consultations with doctors before traveling to the USA for egg retrieval, completing medical assessments in their home countries, and staying in the USA for just seven days for the retrieval process.


Dr. Nathan Zhang, a specialist in the field of reproductive medicine at IVF USA, formulates the most suitable treatment plans based on individual circumstances. His expertise and experience ensure that patients embark on their IVF journey with the highest chances of success.





Previous:Fresh Embryo Transfer vs. Frozen Embryo Transfer: Which Has a Higher Success Rate? What's Common in U.S. IVF? Next:Dr. Nathan Zhang from IVF USA Discusses IVF-PGT: What to Do About Recurrent Pregnancy Loss?
  • Copyright©1999-2016, sinamd.com All rights reserved. | ICP ID:沪ICP备16006508号-1
  • Shanghai ZhiTe Biotechnology Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Phone: 400-648-3872

Shanghai Public Network Security No. 31011002004335