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Dr. Pokpong Pansrikaew
  • Specialisation :

    Gynaecology Laparoscopy, In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), Intrauterine insemination (IUI)

  • Experience :

    6 years of Experience

  • Location :

    Ratchathewi, Bangkok

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Q. After failed IVF procedure, how soon can one try again?
Unnat Shvetank
  • If you have failed IVF treatments, then you need to understand there is always a hope to try again. Your gynecologist or infertility specialist will study your case in detail and find out the loopholes in the same which can be treated before starting with the IVF procedure. Usually, doctors recommend to take rest of about a few weeks to a month's time before starting with IVF procedure.

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