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1. Q: Is there any solution to low quality eggs? Does diet or exercise help improving the quality of eggs?
  A: The quality of eggs is much related to age. It is unquestionable that the older the age, the lower the egg quality. Diet and exercise do not have much to do with it. People in need should seek help as early
as possible.
2. Q: If the semen analysis shows that my husband has no sperm, does it mean we have to use someone else' sperms?
  A: It is not necessary. Results of semen analysis vary each time. You should at least undertake 2 tests and calculate the average sperm count. If the final result is zero, it is advised that the husband seek consultation from urologist to estimate the possibility of drawing active sperms from testicles or epididymis.
3. Q: If I underwent tubal ligation before but would like to be pregnant again, should I choose tubal reversal surgery or In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)?
  A: The possibility of a success tubal ligation reversal surgery depends largely on the location and duration of the tubal ligation. Your doctor should be able to estimate the feasibility of such surgery.

Other than the reversal surgery, IVF is another available choice.
To make the best decision, you should consider the followings:
‧ Age
‧ The likelihood of ectopic (extra-uterine) pregnancy
‧ The charge
You should discuss the above with your doctor to find out the treatment that suits you the most.
4. Q: My husband and I have done all the necessary body checkups and found nothing abnormal, but I still cannot get pregnant.
What should we do?
  A: Stop wasting your time. Seek assistance from infertility specialists to find out whether you need to undertake more tests to find out the reason of infertility. According to your personal need, infertility specialists will offer professional advice including the simplest calculation of ovulation cycle and the information of various infertility treatments.
5. Q: What is the success rate of Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI)?
  A: It is around 8% to 15%, depends on the age of the patient and the reason of infertility.
6. Q: How many times of Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) should I try before considering In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)?
  A: There is no definite answer to it. Infertility specialists will usually arrange a few times of IUI for patients. If the results are not satisfactory, then you can turn to IVF.
7. Q: What is the success rate of IVF?
  A: Please refer to the "Statistics" section on our web site.
8. Q: If I have decided to do In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), how long do I have to be waitlisted?
  A: You do not have to be waitlisted. Contact our infertility specialists and treatments can be arranged right away.
9. Q: Is there an upper limit on age?
  A: No. IVF can be carried out as long as your ovary works. Egg quality will deteriorate with age. The earlier you undergo treatment, the higher the success rate.
10. Q: How long does a IVF treatment take?
  A: Around 4 weeks, from ovulation induction to pregnancy test. Time may vary as each patient may adopt different ovulation induction method and have different reaction towards medication.
11. Q: How many times can I do IVF?
  A: There is no limitation to it. IVF can be done as long as the sperms and eggs of the couple are of good quality. If the patient tries IVF for 3 times and it still does not work, the success rate will be relatively low as there may be some unknown and unfavourable factors.