Should I delay IVF treatment till I get the COVID-19 vaccine? A doctor answers IVF-related fears amidst the pandemic

IVF expert “Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour” highlights the importance of observing safety precautions and getting vaccinated when you’re planning to go for IVF amidst Covid-19.

What we thought was the end was just the beginning. The deadly second wave of Covid which affected people more from the reproductive age group reaffirms that we will need to continue to live in a COVID-19 environment for the foreseeable future. As per ASRM (American Society of Reproductive Medicine), there is a need to ensure that essential medical care, including reproductive care, is provided while maximizing safety.

An essential protective tool in the pandemic is the Covid19 vaccine. The available options may not be 100 percent effective yet they are efficacious in reducing the severity of the disease and even preventing it.

There is no need to delay getting pregnant after the Covid 19 vaccination. So, you can go for IVF treatment immediately after the Covid-19 vaccination. It does not have any impact on fertility treatment. As per recent Government of India Guidelines, vaccines are safe even during pregnancy and in the pre-pregnancy period.

We know that the increasing age of the couples and increasing duration of infertility have a negative impact on the success rates of IVF treatment. So, you should follow all the safety precautions and start your IVF treatment. Always wear a mask, keep social distance, frequently wash your hands and sanities surfaces and objects like your mobile phone and bags.

IVF treatment involves a minor surgical procedure for egg retrieval. So, if you have been infected with Covid-19, you can start IVF treatment after 4 weeks if you were asymptomatic or only had mild non-respiratory symptoms. If you had respiratory symptoms like cough or breathlessness but did not need hospitalization then wait for 6 weeks at least? If you were hospitalized for Covid-19 infection then please wait for 8 to 10 weeks. If you have diabetes or are immunocompromised then wait for 8 to 10 weeks before starting IVF treatment. If you were admitted to an ICU due to Covid-19 infection then please wait for 12 weeks after recovery before you start IVF treatment.

Visit to read full article: https://www.healthshots.com/brand-posts/should-i-delay-ivf-treatment-till-i-get-the-covid-19-vaccine-a-doctor-answers-ivf-related-fears-amidst-the-pandemic/

When Can a Patient Co For IVF Treatment Post Covid Vaccination?

RJ: On the occasion of World IVF Week, We have Dr Shivani Sachdev Gour director SCI  IVF Centre Delhi and Noida, who is a part of record making awareness activity in India and Asia Book of Records to spread awareness about IVF.

RJ: Doctor When can a patient co for IVF treatment post covid vaccination?

Dr:  There is no need to delay getting pregnant after covet19 vaccination so you can go for IVF treatment immediately or even during your covid 19 vaccination. Remember, it is a dead virus. It does not have any impact on fertility treatment and as per recent government of India guidelines. Vaccines are safe even during pregnancy and in the pre pregnancy period.

RJ: Issued in public interest by Zydus Healthcare Limited.

When Can a Patient Co For IVF Treatment Post Covid Vaccination? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5TsAcvc-cc

After How Long Can a Person Go for IVF Treatment If She Has Been Infected With Covid19

RJ: On the occasion of World IVF Week, We have Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour, director SCI IVF Centre Delhi and Noida, who is a part of record-making awareness activity in India and Asia Book of Records to spread awareness about IVF.

RJ: Doctor, After how long can a person go for IVF treatment if she has been infected with Covid19?

Dr: If a person has been infected with covid19, they can start IVF treatment after four weeks, if they were asymptomatic. If you have had respiratory symptoms like cough or breath listeners but did not need hospitalization, then you should wait for six weeks. If you were hospitalized for Covid19, then please wait for 8 to 10 weeks before starting treatment. If you were admitted to ICU, then you should wait for at least 12 weeks after complete recovery before you start your treatment.

RJ: Issued in the public interest by Zydus Healthcare Limited.

YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2z4Aqra2cg

Contact us now to get more information about IVF possibilities in this covid time- http://www.drshivanisachdevgour.co.in

Dr Shivani Sachdev Gour was Live on HIT 95 FM

RJ: On the occasion of World IVF Week, We have Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour director of SCI IVF Centre Delhi and Noida, who is a part of record-making awareness activity in India and Asia Book of Records to spread awareness about IVF. The doctor is it safe to go for IVF treatment post covid infection?

Dr: Yes, it is safe to go for IVF treatment post covid infection. You should wait till you have recovered completely and are no longer infectious and you have been reviewed by a doctor. We know that increasing age and increasing duration of infertility both have a negative impact on the success rates for treatment.

So you should follow all the safety precautions and start your treatment.

RJ: issued in the public interest by Zydus Healthcare Limited.

Book a free consultation with our experts. https://www.drshivanisachdevgour.co.in

Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour Live on Zee News on Covid19: क्या मां के गर्भ में बच्चा कोरोना संक्रमित हो सकता है?

Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour Live on Zee News on Covid19: क्या मां के गर्भ में बच्चा कोरोना संक्रमित हो सकता है ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LlOXPmnwcE

What are some tips to reduce the risk of COVID-19? | SCI IVF Hospital Team Presentation

What are some tips to reduce the risk of COVID-19? | SCI IVF Hospital Team Presentation

Presentation from SCI IVF Hospital on Reopening post lockdown safeguarding your health.
Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTFafire_Hs

Contact us:
Phone: +91-8882563400
Email: ivfdrshivani@gmail.com
Web: https://sciivfcentre.com/medical/dr-shivani-sachdev-gour/

Coronavirus: how pregnant women can take care of themselves during the COVID crisis

The numbers of SARS-CoV-2 infected cases are soaring in India. While the rest of us move into unlock mode, millions of pregnant women in the country are still in an extended lockdown.

As per UNICEF statistics, India faces the world’s largest burden of COVID-19 pregnancies as 20.1 million births are expected since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared. This is more than China, which comes second to India, with 13 million births expected. A much-neglected aspect of the COVID-19 pandemic is the psychological stress during pregnancy and its risk on the development of the baby (neurodevelopmental effects on the offspring – published in Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology in May 2020).

Coronavirus: how pregnant women can take care of themselves during the COVID crisis. Read more at https://newsable.asianetnews.com/india/coronavirus-how-pregnant-women-can-take-care-of-themselves-during-the-covid-crisis-qbt3ub

COVID Free Fertility Treatment | COVID19 Free IUI

Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour explaining about SCI IVF Centre services: How we provided COVID-19 free fertility treatment and COVID free IUI. https://youtu.be/niv0BQHgBI0

Contact us:

Web: www.drshivanisachdevgour.co.in

Call us at: 011-41022905

Email: ivfdrshivani@gmail.com

Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour was Live from Ultrasound Room: USG in COVID_19 some perspectives and precautions

Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour was Live from Ultrasound Room: USG in Covid_19 some perspectives and precautions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fD-dj4lofQ

Free consultation with IVF expert Dr. Shivani about IVF & Surrogacy.
Web: www.drshivanisachdevgour.co.in
Mail at- ivfdrshivani@gmail.com
Phone: 8882563400

Follow us here:
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/drshivanisachdevgourivf/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/drshivanigour/
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drshivanisachdevgour/
Pinterest – https://in.pinterest.com/drshivanisachdevgour/
LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/dr-shivani-sachdev-gour-hospital-delhi-india/

Subscribe us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRF9y0HvuPxP50x1oJgg5Cg

Anaesthesia Surgical Procedures in COVID19 for safety precautions | Dr Shivani Sachdev Gour | Dr Rahul

Anaesthesia Or Anesthesia Surgical Procedures in COVID19 for safety precautions | Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour | Dr. Rahul

Modifications due to covid19 in surgical procedures for safety precautions by Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour and Dr. Rahul at SCI International Hospital

Tips to surgical procedures for safety precautions due to covid19: Modifications due to covid19 in surgical procedures for safety precautions.

#Anaesthesia #Anesthesia #coronavirus #covid19 #surgical #surgicalprocedures #drshivanisachdevgour #sciinternationalhospital