What should I do after a failed IVF cycle?
You’ve been through an IVF cycle, and if you have frozen embryos, you’ve used them up also. But despite the anticipation, you got a negative pregnancy test. Now what do you do?
Should you try another cycle? How soon? What are your chances of success in this next cycle?
It turns out that your health data from your failed IVF cycle can be analyzed together with your reproductive profile to learn your personal probability of IVF success if you were to do another IVF cycle with your own eggs. You can turn the following health factors learned from your previous IVF into predictors of IVF success in your next cycle to help you decide whether to proceed with another IVF:
What else can you learn from your failed IVF cycle?
Knowledge is the stepping stone to success. Univfy can assist patients in taking the next step after a failed cycle. Univfy® PredictIVF* can use all the information in your past cycle, including your hormonal doses and levels, your uterine thickness, your complete embryo profile, and your partner’s sperm count, to give you a personalized prediction of your chance of IVF success in the next cycle. You can discuss your Univfy PredictIVF test result with your doctor to make more confident decisions regarding the treatment and options you would like to pursue next.