If you’ve been through an IVF cycle and failed, our goal is to come up with a theory on the reasoning why and try to explain the unexplained to map out a plan of action.
Whether you have tried a multitude of different treatment options and told you to have “Unexplained Infertility,” we want to look at what needs to change to improve the overall outcome.
At Hanabusa IVF, we understand that there are multiple options for treating fertility, but if those options haven’t worked in the past, we want to explore a different approach.
If a failure occurs again, we will use that information to plot a different course of action.
Many IVF failures occur when high stimulation protocols are applied to patients with Diminished Ovarian Reserve.
Egg follicles essentially metabolize the medicines given for ovarian stimulation. When fewer follicles are available, the follicles are unable to use the Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). By testing for FSH throughout the cycle, we can determine the proper amount of FSH necessary to make the follicles grow.
Often, in the case of Diminished Ovarian Reserve (DOR) and Advance Maternal Age (AMA), this means that a lower dose of medicine is necessary for minimal stimulation (Mini IVF).
We know one size doesn’t fit all, and if all the traditional treatments up to a certain point have failed, we want to try something different that will help you achieve your goal of parenthood or family building.