IVF treatment is a popular option to combine with a holiday. Consider getting in vitro fertilization in Johor Bahru, Malaysia as a relaxing, less expensive and stress-free alternative to fertility treatments at home as just sometimes, being relaxed can be just the boost you need to conceive.
This has certainly the case for some couples who have found the experience of being on holiday a beneficial factor in successfully conceiving. Johor Bahru has enough facilities and amenities for a good holiday but if you want to travel further around Malaysia there are any number of beautiful beaches and resorts to top-up your tan.
Johor Bahru might not be a well-known destination for Westerners, but it is for Singapore’s residents who can travel here in less than 10 minutes. It is considerably less expensive for Singaporeans who inhabit one of the most expensive countries on the planet.
Johor Bahru has grown as both a traditional and medical tourist destination, delivering top-notch hotels, world-class restaurants, round-the-clock entertainment and recreational facilities that include golf and paintballing.
Global medical travelers are attracted by:
• Advanced healthcare facilities. Malaysia is one of the world’s favourite medical tourism destinations with a network of excellent quality clinics and hospitals delivering every kind of medical specialty.• The country has a good success rate in fertility treatments• Medical expertise is good and doctors’ training is on par with Western standards.• The country is safe and politically stable.• Malaysia has good transport links, both domestically and internationally• The cost of treatment is at least 50% less than at home• The country is a great place for a holiday catering for beach bunnies, nature lovers, shopaholics, adrenaline junkies and culture vultures and offering diverse recreational facilities that include UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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We always say you should do your own research on any medical procedure whether you are staying at home or going abroad. Find our all you can about your procedure: what it entails; the pros; the cons. Don’t be afraid to ask any prospective clinics or doctors questions – any reputable ones will be only too pleased to put your mind at ease.
The IVF cycle can be broken down into about 5 main steps. You will probably need to be around for 7 to 10 days, although sometimes it may be longer – you can’t hurry nature.
The main steps are:
Medication is given to stimulate egg production. During this time you will be carefully monitored to check for egg development.
2: Egg Collection
Once eggs have developed, a minor surgical procedure will collect them.
3: Sperm Collection
Your partner will donate a sperm sample.
4: Combine sperm and eggs in the laboratory
The process of combining your eggs and your partner’s sperm is called insemination. This is done in the laboratory and kept in the ideal conditions for fertilization to take place.
5: Transfer Embryos
After fertilization the eggs (now called embryos) are transferred to the uterus in a painless procedure. This is usually 3-5 days after fertilization.
Costs are, on average, around 50% less in South Korea than they are in Australia.
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