Call+66 2 826 9971

2/4 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330

08:00-17:00 MON - FRI, 08:00-12:00 SAT

FAQ

  • When is the body considered infertile?

    Husband and wife who have regular sexual intercourse (about 2-3 times a week) for 1 year without contraception but no pregnancy as a result. They can be considered infertile.

    The cause may be due to abnormalities in either man or woman. For example, the woman is of old age, their oviducts are clogged oviduct, the egg does not down the fallopian tube, or the woman is experiencing ovarian cyst. On the other hand, the man may have less sperm count than usual. (We recommend consulting a doctor for initial physical examination to find the cause of infertility and consult to select the appropriate treatment method. Or perhaps initiate the diagnosis of infertility after trying to have children in the period of 6 months)

  • Infertility is rare in men and is it usually caused by the female faction or not?

    Men often think that having children is natural without having much problems. But in fact, infertility in men is a common condition. Up to 40% of spouses are due to male infertility.

  • How to treat?

    There are many ways to treat infertility, such as easy methods like determining the day of ovulation to have intercourse, injecting selected sperm, as well as GIFT (Gamete intrafallopian tube), ICSI treatments, IVF, and Blastocyst Culture method, a method which cultures the embryo outside the body for 5 days until the embryo is fully grown up to the embedded stage, and then move the embryo back to the uterus to become pregnant.

    Choosing which treatment method to take solely depends on the problems of each spouse, for example, if the fallopian tube is clogged then treatment by means of injection or GIFT is not possible. The treatment that the spouse must undergo is either IVF or Blastocyst Culture.

  • How successful are the IVF opportunities?

    The chances of success are different in each patient. Depending on factors such as the age of the woman, causes of infertility, and treatment methods. For example, if the woman is already old, it will be harder to stimulate their eggs compared to younger women, or if there is very little sperm count in men and is treated with ICSI will help increase chances of fertilization.

  • Children born from treatment have a higher chance of abnormalities than natural methods?

    The chances of success of each patient are different. Depending on factors such as the age of the woman, causes of infertility, and methods of treatment such as if the woman is already old Stimulating eggs is harder than younger women. Or if very little sperm then helps to fertilization with the Taxi The chance of success will be higher.

  • If a woman is already old and not married Can we keep freezing egg cells?

    Currently, we can freeze egg cells, sperm, and larvae, which can be stored for up to ten years. Egg freezing can be done by stimulating the both ovaries to produce a large number of egg cells. Then, drilled and sucked out the egg cells for freezing. When spouses wish to have children, the eggs are to be melted and fertilized with the sperm. When the egg turns into an embryo, it is then moved back into the uterus until it is conceivable. Likewise for patients with infertility and have many embryos. Sometimes, only 1-2 embryos can be moved into the uterus. The remaining embryos can be frozen and stored. If the woman is pregnant and gave birth, if they want to have children again, the embryos can dissolved and the process repeated.

  • How can women with irregular menstruation calculate ovulation days?

    For women whose menstrual cycles are not timely, it is suggested that they see a doctor for hormonal examination and ultrasound to see their ovarian functions, as it will help predict ovulation more accurately.

  • Which day is the first day of the month?

    The first day of menstruation is the first day of full bleeding flow.

  • How to count the days of ovulation?

    Counting the days for ovulation is only suitable for people who have regular and regular menstrual periods. The eggs will fall before the next menstrual cycle, about 14-16 days.

  • What is PCOS? Is it a cause of infertility?

    Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition of multiple ovarian cysts. It is a disorder of the gynecological endocrine system that is frequently found in women. It is also found in 5-10% of reproductive women, which is one of the causes of infertility. Symptoms often found in people with this condition include irregular menstruation, a small number of cysts in the ovary (Polycystic ovary) are detected, or testosterone overload. Most women with PCOS do not have ovulation, which causes infertility. The treatment will focus on causing ovulation.

  • If there are obstructions in both the fallopian tubes, can I still have children?

    With IVF methods, yes.

  • Is surrogacy legal or not ?

    Surrogacy can be done if there is an indication that the woman cannot conceive by herself, such as having a hysterectomy or abnormal uterus. But must not find a surrogate through means of hiring or compensation. They must be relatives who are willing to help.

  • What are the risks of infertility treatment?

    The most common risk is the birth of twins. Twin pregnancy is considered a high-risk pregnancy. Mothers are likely to have various complications. During pregnancy, there is a higher risk of preterm birth. If the mother has triplets or more, the risk is even higher. Currently, we are trying to limit the number of embryos that can be placed in the uterus to 1-2 embryos, because the remaining embryos can still be frozen, stored for future use.

  • What can we do if my husband is sterile?

    A sterile husband is a condition in which semen is not detected in the seminal fluid. The man should check the cause of low sperm count. Direct suction of sperm from the testicles together with ICSI can help.

  • What is Endometriosis or Chocolate cysts ? Does it causes infertility?

    Endometriosis is often a painful disorder in which the tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus — the endometrium — grows on the outside of the uterus. Endometriosis most commonly involves one’s ovaries, fallopian tubes and the tissue lining your pelvis. If one experiences endometriosis for a long period of time, a cyst called endometriomas may form and cause infertility. There are many treatment methods such as medication or surgery which depends on the symptom. Many patients who received surgery were able to have children without using technology to help them.

  • How much is the success rate?

    The success of IVF depends on many factors, including:

    • The quality of the sperm and egg cells
    • Standardized laboratory and the availability of tools

    The expertise of the embryo breeder because there are detailed procedures when it comes to looking after the embryo require advanced expertise

  • Opportunities for embedding of embryos that move back into the uterus

    The quality of the embryo will vary. The embryo implantation rate is approximately 20 percent. However, even if the embryo had implanted, there is still a chance of abortion. This is especially in women aged 40 and over.

  • Who is IVF suitable for?

    IVF is suitable for infertility due to the following reasons:

    • Women who have blocked fallopian tubes or have already removed their fallopian tubes. Which means that the egg and sperm cells will not be able to meet for fertilization.
    • Men with weak or little sperm count.
    • Patients who have been trying to have children for more than 3 years without knowing the reason for not being able to have children.
    • Patients who received artificial insemination by injecting sperm into the uterus many times but result in failure.
  • Practice after moving the embryo back into the uterus

    After moving the embryo back into the uterus, the doctor will recommend the patient to rest for about 12-24 hours without any exercise or hard work. And sex is prohibited for a while. More importantly, the patient should not intake any drugs asides from what the doctor had prescribed, as some drugs may interfere with embryo implantation. In addition, the patients should only consume food that are useful to the body, and reduce stressfulness to maintain calmness and comfort.

  • Who are the doctors working for the infertility treatment clinic at BDMS ?

    We have specilaists Dr. Poonsak Waikwamdee and Dr. Sorapop Kiatpongsan who treats infertility at the clinic. You can make an appointment on a convenient date and time for an initial consulation.

  • Want to make an appointment to consult a doctor

    You can inform us of the convenient time for booking an appointment immediately via website | E-Mail: bwc.ivf@bdmswellness.com | 0 2826 9971

  • What are the promotions for infertility clinics?

    You can also see available promotions for infertility treatment or visit the BDMS Wellness Clinic’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/BDMSWellnessClinic/) or call the clinic directly at 0 2826 9971 Our staff is happy to be of service.