Do you know that your eggs reach maturity at a certain point every month?

If you are trying to conceive, knowing when this period occurs can assist you in getting pregnant.

If that is the case, follicular monitoring is the way to go. You need to visit an IVF center.

You can visit our Bloom IVF center to take advantage of one of India’s best follicular monitoring services.

Dr. Hrishikesh Pai is among the well-known IVF fertility specialists in India. He has treated IVF and infertility patients since 1991. Further, he has completed over 25000 cases in the fields of infertility and gynecology. Our specialist has received more than forty-five awards for his contributions to infertility treatment over the years.

What is follicular monitoring?

To comprehend the follicular monitoring procedure, we must first understand the concept of a follicle. A follicle is a cluster of tissues or cells that forms in the ovaries of women. In her lifetime, a woman can produce four lakh follicles on average. Each follicle can only release one egg during its lifetime.

Follicular monitoring is a crucial part of ovarian follicle examination. It aids in determining the best time for your egg to mature. It’s a good idea to check the size and the follicle’s health. During your menstrual cycle, the treatment involves scanning your ovaries.

Follicle research and pregnancy research are inextricably linked. When a couple wants to plan a pregnancy, they must try to predict when ovulation will occur.

What is the procedure of follicular monitoring?

At our IVF clinic, we suggest that you undergo follicular monitoring in India at the most reasonable time. You usually require one to three scans for the procedure. We perform these scans at various intervals from the seventh to the ninth day of your last menstrual cycle. The steps in the process are as follows.

Preparation: the specialist performs the follicular study on your menstruation’s second day. Just before the procedure, you must free your urinary bladder. It’s a cycle that repeats itself until ovulation occurs. You should dress comfortably and take any medicines that your doctor has prescribed.

Scanning: For scanning, you go to a slightly dark examination room. The specialist performs an endovaginal scan. Further, the specialist inserts a tiny probe into your vaginal canal. Then we look for your uterus and ovaries on the scan monitor. We can examine your uterus and ovaries much better with a vaginal scan. As a result, it’s simple to keep track of the follicle. A baseline scan is performed on days 2 and 3 to look for the uterus and ovaries. On day 8, we have a second scan, and on day 10, we have a third scan.

Examination: Transvaginal scanning aids in providing us with more transparent images of your inner organs during the examination. The scan accurately assesses the health, size, and shape of the below body parts:

  • Your uterus/womb
  • The endometrium or uterus’s wall
  • Both of your ovaries
  • Your adnexa (pelvic area)

We use ultrasound to scan while performing the examination. It aids in the counting of follicles and the measurement of their diameter.

How much does follicular monitoring cost?

In India, follicular monitoring is a relatively inexpensive procedure. The price is subject to change depending on the circumstances. To find out the exact cost, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our clinic.

Who is a candidate for follicular monitoring?

For couples who are trying to conceive, we recommend going through the follicular monitoring procedure. It is especially beneficial for couples who have tried for months and still have not got pregnant. In addition, if you have any other infertility issues, you should consider follicular scanning.

What are the advantages of follicular monitoring?

For couples who want to start a family, follicular monitoring treatment is a great option. Couples who wish to conceive can do so, as can couples who are experiencing developmental problems. The following are some of the advantages of the follicular study:

  • It aids in determining the precise time of your ovulation.
  • If you have had a previous miscarriage, the scanning can help you figure out why it happened.
  • If you take prescription drugs to induce ovulation but still can’t conceive, this method can help you figure out what’s wrong.
  • It also aids in the prevention of various conception-related issues that may arise during your pregnancy.
  • You can spot the follicles that never seem to grow properly.
  • The procedure will determine whether or not you have thickening of the uterine lining.
  • The procedure can help you figure out why you have polycystic ovary syndrome.

Is there a risk of follicular monitoring having any side effects?

There are no physical side effects to follicular monitoring.