Unsuccessful IVF attempt does not preclude the partners in conceiving a child. They should give the treatment a second chance because, statistically, only every third or fourth in vitro treatment ends with a pregnancy, leading to the birth of a child. Fortunately, from a medical stand point, there are no contraindications to go with this treatment several times. What’s more, legally there are no grounds to force patients to continue the treatment at the facility they are not completely satisfied with.
It needs to be noted that the greatest chance of conception with this method a couple has is during the first three traials. Subsequent treatments are characterized by a decreasing effectiveness. Therefore, it is very important to find out whether the clinic chosen by a patient has the best medical equipment and experienced medical staff. An expert help at the highest level can significantly speed up or even enable the conception of a child.