According to who, approximately 8% of married couples in the world meet the challenge of infertility. There are three types of overcoming and treatment of infertility: hormonal, surgical and in vitro fertilization. Hormone infertility treatment is aimed at overcoming certain factors influencing the failure of a couple having children. This treatment gives temporary results but in general the couple remains infertile. Surgical treatment infertility is mainly used to correct the defects of the reproductive system, which can develop for various reasons. But there are cases where both partners on medical reports are absolutely healthy, but pregnancy does not occur. In such cases, the recommended treatment of infertility by in vitro fertilization. In vitro fertilization technique to overcome infertility in which the egg fertilized by sperm outside the woman's body and in 2-3 days transplanted into the mother's body.
The average woman's body is transferred 2-3 embryos to avoid multiple pregnancies. In Vitro Fertilization is assigned only in cases where any other treatment for infertility is not effective and shall be appointed in the absence of contraindications. The optimum age for ivf – 23-39 years. At the time of ivf should be bring the body into shape – lose weight, give up alcohol, coffee and smoking, all these factors negatively affect the course of pregnancy. Do not despair if after the first ivf attempts failed to get pregnant.
In average for the first 4 attempts to account for more than 50% of successful fertilization. Yet it is worth emphasizing that the method of treating infertility by ivf is individual. The most progressive countries of eco are applying The U.S. and Israel. In these countries, is supporting research of infertility treatment at the state level. In Russia, problems of infertility treatment is engaged in Research Center of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Perinatology. In 1990 in the world there were more than 20.000 successful artificial insemination. And the first successful case was made in 1977. In England, Louise Brown was born – the first man 'conceived in vitro. "