Successful implantation occurs when the sperm cell fertilizes the egg cell, and then it divides and increases in number. The embryo then reaches the blastocyst stage after five days, and this blastocyst burrows itself in the uterus wall. This successful implantation can be identified through spotting or implantation bleeding and cramps.
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Query: Hi doctor,I had a surgery in which a system was implanted in my body. I would like to know a list of specific series of MRI scans required to get a complete 3D representation of all the components and wiring of that system. This is needed for non-anatomical components, not for disease or tissue eval... Read Full »
Answer: Hi,Welcome to icliniq.com.I have read your query in detail and it appears that you need specific information on MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) sequences to see wires and components of an implant in 3D (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity).Sequences that are based on heavily weigh... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor I have tried chemical pregnancy four times and failed shortly after implantation. This issue lasts for a year. My current medications are Escitalopram 20 mg daily, fish oil capsule, and prenatal iron tablets. I visit my gynecologist every three months, but he has not suggested any medi... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Are you taking any hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) injection to induce ovulation? Because it may give false pregnancy results. You seek Progesterone cream or Aspirin, but these cannot be advised without any investigation to detect that you have a progesterone deficie... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, I am a 30 year old female. Actually, I have hormone problems. I have periods problems and without medicine I will not get periods. My uterus and ovaries were smaller in size. Now, with artificial hormones the size of the uterus has become normal. Can I get IVF? Will it be successful? Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. As you have stated you had small ovaries and uterus, this needs a better clarification. Was it an ultrasonographic finding? What are the medicines you are on? And finally, are you having a regular cycle now? For an IVF (in vitro fertilization), you need a detailed evaluat... Read Full »