Frequently Asked Questions

IVF is suitable for someone who is having difficulty in getting pregnant and it is over a year of marriage. It is advisable to visit your doctor for proper investigations such as hormonal test, ultrasound scan of the womb and ovaries. A semen analysis is also done to help to identify any problem with sperm count and its motility. 

IVF maybe recommended for a woman with a tubal blockage, PCO and ovulation problem, low or dysfunctional sperm, ovarian failure, endometriosis and unexplainable situations.


If you are 35 years old or younger, we would advise you to see a doctor after one year of unprotected active sexual relationship. However, if you are beyond 35 years old, our recommendation is 6 months as egg quality deteriorates rapidly thereafter.

There are some mandatory tests the couple must go through before being enrolled into an IVF/ICSI program: AIDS / Hepatitis (blood test for both partners). FSH and LH (blood test for female partner usually done on day 2 of menstrual cycle). Semen Analysis (for male partner).

Depending on the stimulation regime recommended by our doctor, an IVF/ICSI program on standard stimulation regime will take 4-6 weeks.

There is possibility a patient does not respond well towards the medication. One of the most common reasons is that there is a cyst on one of the ovaries which causes the hormonal level to remain high. If this happens, our doctor will perform a minor procedure to remove the cyst.

Another common reason for poor response towards medication is low ovarian reserve which usually occurs on patients beyond 40 years old.

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    All infertility related procedures are day surgery procedure. No hospitalization is required. The patient will be fitted to go home after few hours rest.

    The decision as of the number of embryos for transfer is usually made based on a number of factors: patient’s age, number of IVF/ICSI attempts, percentage of multiple pregnancies and patient’s feelings regarding the number to transfer. Our doctor usually will recommend transferring more than 3 embryos if the patient is more than 35 or have had several unsuccessful IVF/ICSI attempts.

    This is because as patient aged, the embryo quality declines, therefore transferring more than 3 embryos will give a better chance of success.

    There is a wide range of opinions on the subject of bed rest. It has NOT been proven that bed rest will give the patient a better chance of getting pregnant. Our doctor usually will recommend the patient to take it easy for the subsequent two weeks after embryo transfer.


    Usually we would advise the patient to: AVOID caffeine, smoking, alcohol, and drugs AVOID heavy lifting AVOID strenuous exercising and housework (this includes vacuuming) AVOID bouncing activities (horseback riding, aerobics) AVOID sunbathing, hot saunas, hot tubs and Jacuzzis AVOID swimming AVOID sexual intercourse and orgasms.


    If the patient has any embryos leftover after her fresh IVF/ICSI transfer, she may wish to consider freezing them. Some of the reasons to consider freezing the leftover embryos are: it is less invasive and involves fewer drugs (sometimes none) than a fresh IVF/ICSI cycle and also less expensive than an IVF/ICSI cycle because it involves fewer procedures. While FET success rates are usually not quite as high as IVF success rates, many women have become pregnant during their FET cycles.

    Kingswill Specialist Hospital Advance Fertility “IVF Centre” has different management system and costing. Depending on the patient’s factors resulting to infertility, we will recommend that you visit the center for more explanation. You will be provided with all the necessary protocol/steps and costing but it’s affordable.


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