Free Webinar: How to optimise your IVF journey and increase your chance of success

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Join Zita West on Tuesday 24th January at 6pm for a free webinar focused on optimising your IVF journey to improve your chances of success.

Plus, at the end of the live webinar, there will be a Q&A. This is an opportunity to ask Zita your questions about IVF.

She will be discussing:

  • Understanding and preparing for your IVF journey
  • Preparing for IVF after experiencing IVF failure
  • How to create your plan to support your journey to maximise your chances of success: diet, supplement, lifestyle and mindset
  • Building your egg reserve and improving sperm quality
  • Understanding and harnessing your hormones
  • Common mistakes people make during IVF and how to fix them
  • Supporting IVF when you have underlying health concerns like PCOS and Endometriosis

As a midwife and fertility expert, Zita has helped countless couples along their IVF journey. She will be sharing her wealth of knowledge and experience to equip you with the information you need to help set you up for success.

Sign up to the webinar below.

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Free live webinar on Tuesday 24h January 2023 at 6pm GMT (1pm EST) with a Q&A at the end.

Limited spaces available. Reserve your place now to avoid missing out.

Additional Resources

Frequently Asked IVF Questions

How long does IVF take?


IVF involves an initial consultation, starting treatment and embryo transfer. This timeline will vary between individuals and not everyone’s IVF journey will look
the same. Before you go through IVF you will have various appointments with doctors which can include tests and investigations, the time these tests and investigations take will vary between individuals. IVF treatment involves suppressing natural hormone production, hormone treatment to boost egg quality, egg collection, mixing the eggs and sperm for fertilisation and finally, embryo transfer. 


Generally one cycle of IVF will take between four and six weeks. It is important to discuss timelines with your GP or healthcare professional so you have a realistic timeframe.


Can IVF cause menopause?


There is no evidence currently that IVF can cause menopause however, the hormones used during IVF can cause symptoms similar to those experienced in perimenopause and menopause. 


Can you do IVF when you're breastfeeding?


Whilst you are able to breastfeed during IVF, you will generally increase your chances of pregnancy if you stop breastfeeding prior to IVF.


What BMI do you need for IVF?


Guidelines for IVF suggest that the success rate is higher if your BMI is between 19 and 30. If your BMI is over 30 you may wish to focus on weight management before you start IVF to increase your chances. Remember that BMI is only one metric for fertility – fertility is whole body event so is important to look at diet, exercise, mindset and supplements to increase your chances. 


Can you exercise during IVF stimulation?


During IVF treatment you will be on many different protocols and it can be mentally and emotionally exhausting. We generally advise avoiding high intensity exercise as you want to grow as many eggs as you can. High intensity exercise will divert energy away from the ovaries where they need the blood for
oxygen, nutrients and antioxidants to grow as many eggs as possible.   


You can also feel sore during IVF so you may feel more comfortable doing light exercise and gentle movements.  


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