Reasons to Consider a Natural Cycle IVF

Dr. Randy Morris

Reasons to Consider a Natural Cycle IVF

Dr. Randy Morris

A Natural Cycle IVF is the procedure of cultivating a woman’s natural egg follicle without the use of fertility drugs (gonadotropins). The naturally matured egg is then harvested through surgical aspiration and fertilized in vitro with sperm. Once a quality embryo has developed, it is transferred into the woman’s uterus for implantation.

Benefits of Natural Cycle IVF

Natural Cycle IVF costs less and is a proven patient-friendly choice for achieving pregnancy.

Primary Reasons to Consider a Natural IVF Cycle

If you are considering undergoing IVF in order to overcome your infertility, you should be aware of primary reasons to consider a Natural Cycle IVF:

  • Less medications, less injections, fewer side effects, less office visits, and lower stress on the patient
  • Less risk of Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS) caused by high dosages of fertility drugs
  • Reduces the chance of a multiple pregnancy
  • No concerns of having to destroy or freeze excessive eggs and/or embryos

Natural Cycle IVF CandidatesDr. Randy S. Morris – founder and medical director of IVF1 – recommends Natural Cycle IVF for patients in the following situations:

  1. For women who have not responded positively to fertility medications in prior, failed traditional IVF procedures
  2. For women who have a low tolerance for hormonal therapy or choose not to take fertility drugs in order to conceive, but who still want to benefit from the IVF process
  3. For couples faced with infertility because of a male factor – low sperm count and/or poor quality sperm production
  4. Natural Cycle IVF offers the opportunity for improved chances of egg fertilization via Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

Explore Natural Cycle IVF

Explore your reasons to consider a Natural Cycle IVF today. Dr. Randy S. Morris will customize a Natural Cycle IVF plan for your specific needs so that you can have the baby of your dreams. Schedule your consultation with Dr. Randy S. Morris by calling 630.357.6540.