True. A pregnancy achieved through assisted reproduction treatment is exactly the same as one achieved naturally, in both the development of the embryo, as well as in the symptoms during pregnancy or in the baby’s development.
The day you want to get pregnant, we will thaw your eggs. Using the technique of in vitro fertilization, we inseminate them with sperm from your partner or a donor, then we incubate them in the laboratory and once converted into a pre-embryo, we will transfer it to your uterus to continue to develop naturally.
The same embryo development
A pregnancy achieved through an assisted reproduction technique such as in vitro fertilization using frozen eggs, only differs from one achieved naturally, at the beginning, in the way fertilization takes place.
After thawing the eggs, they are fertilized in the laboratory, and when the time comes, the embryo is transferred into the woman’s uterus. From this point, the process that occurs in the woman’s body is exactly like that of a natural pregnancy.
Once successful pregnancy has been achieved through IVF, the entire pregnancy will be like that of any other woman. Even the most common symptoms, such as the well-known morning sickness, or heartburn-may also appear during your pregnancy.