Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have a question about the fertility journey or fertility in general? About the WiStim cycle monitoring application? How to use it? Or are you experiencing technical problems? This page is for you.
Orgalutran is a GnRH antagonist, used in women following infertility treatment to prevent spontaneous ovulation at an inopportune time. It is very important not to forget this.
Orgalutran should be stored at room temperature to preserve the molecules that make it work.
Provames is oestradiol in tablet form. It can be used in various protocols, either before IVF or to act on the endometrium by thickening it.
Hyperstimulation is a complication of ovarian stimulation treatment. The ovaries produce a factor that allows water contained in the blood vessels to pass into the peritoneal cavity. This can lead to abdominal bloating, pain and an increased risk of phlebitis.
Hyperstimulation is always triggered by the bHCG hormone (contained in the ovitrella or secreted at the start of pregnancy) only in patients at risk (many follicles punctured, young, thin women with polycystic ovary syndrome).
HSO stands for Ovarian Hyperstimulation.
Embryo transfer during in vitro fertilisation (IVF) involves inserting one or more fertilised embryos into the uterus. There are two types of embryo transfer: fresh embryo transfer and frozen embryo transfer (FET).
Frozen embryo transfer takes place after the embryo has been frozen and then unfrozen. Fresh embryo transfer, on the other hand, takes place directly after embryo culture.
For a frozen embryo transfer, there is an endometrial preparation phase (in a substituted, stimulated or natural cycle) and then the gynaecologist decides on the best day to place the embryo.
A long protocol is one in which ovarian function is blocked before the start of the cycle (by medication such as Decapeptyl®, Synarel®) and then ovarian stimulation is started. There are two types of short protocol: Agonist: the ovulation-inhibiting medication (Decapeptyl or Synarel) is started on the 1st or 2nd day of the period at the same time as the stimulation products. Antagonist: stimulation is started at the beginning of the cycle (1st or 2nd day). The ovulation-inhibiting medication is started around the 6th day of stimulation.
The pregnancy test is reliable 16 days after induction by Ovitelle, i.e. 14 days after an intrauterine puncture or insemination.
A few traces of blood may remain in the 48 hours following the puncture.
In IVF, fertilisation takes place in vitro and the embryo is transferred to the uterus.
IUI involves inseminating sperm into the uterus so that fertilisation can take place in vivo (i.e. in the fallopian tubes).
IVF, or In Vitro Fertilisation, is a medically assisted procreation technique that allows several oocytes, taken during a puncture from a woman, to be fertilised with spermatozoa. Fertilisation takes place in vitro, i.e. in the laboratory, rather than in vivo (in the woman's body). You can consult the WiStim article entitled: "IVF in practice".
Menstruation generally appears rapidly after a negative test, especially after progesterone-type treatments have been stopped.
No, you don't have to stay still.
Yes, it's normal not to have your period before the pregnancy test.
In the days that follow, depending on the protocol. It depends on the protocol, the time of a treatment and its composition vary according to the patient.
Yes, you are notified when you have to take your treatment or when your doctor tries to contact you (sending documents, treatment planning, instant message, etc.). You can set up your notifications in the "My messages" section of your settings. You can also be notified by e-mail.
With the current WiStim application, you can simply enter your first day of menstruation on the calendar. However, you will be able to follow your cycle at the same time as your fertility treatment in the upcoming application.
After downloading the WiStim application on your smartphone, please open it and click on "I'm creating my profile", then follow the steps requested.
To do this, go to your profile and click on the profile photo. You can then select the photo you wish to use.
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Please contact your doctor or your centre to ensure that the treatment has been sent. It is also possible that your treatment has been completed and archived by your doctor, but you can still consult it in your history.
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