Evaparin injection uses in IVF

evaparin injection uses in ivf
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IVF (In vitro fertilization) is hailed to be one of the best fertility treatments for individuals or couples with infertility issues. However, this does not mean that IVF has no complications and can give you immediate success. 

Based on your body condition, you might experience certain complications during IVF, and your fertility doctor will recommend certain medications to manage the issue. 

Evaparin is one such medication your doctor will prescribe during IVF. In this article, we will discuss why evaparin is used and what role it plays in IVF treatments. 

What Are The Uses Of Evaparin Injection In IVF?

Evaparin is an anticoagulant used to prevent blood clots in the body. It stops new blood clots from forming and prevents existing blood clots from growing. The injection works by deactivating certain proteins involved in blood clot formation and promotes smooth blood flow in the blood vessels. 

Below are some of the most common uses of Evaparin injections in IVF. 

Preventing Blood Clots

During IVF, you will be given several fertility medications to stimulate egg production, including estrogen. Estrogen is known to increase the risk of blood clots in women, especially those with a history of blood clotting issues. 

Evaparin can help prevent these clots and promote a healthy blood flow. 

Improving Implantation And Pregnancy Rates

Your uterus needs sufficient blood flow to increase the chances of implantation and pregnancy. An evaparin injection can prevent blood clots and increase blood flow to your uterus and other pelvic organs. 

This ensures that the embryo is implanted safely in the uterine lining and receives sufficient blood flow to increase pregnancy success rates. 

Treating Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS)

Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder that increases the risk of blood clots in people. As Evaparin injection is a blood-thinning anticoagulant, it can help reduce the risks of blood clots and treat the syndrome. 

Addressing Endometrial Receptivity Issues

Evaparin helps improve endometrial receptivity by improving the blood flow to the uterus. Your uterus needs a good amount of blood supply to implant and nourish the embryo. 

Evaparin can prevent blood clots and improve blood supply to your uterus, thereby making the uterus a comfortable growing environment for the embryo. 

Reducing Pregnancy Complications

During pregnancy, your blood composition and circulation changes. This can increase the risk of blood clots. Evaparin can prevent these blood clots and ensure you and your fetus get sufficient blood supply. 

Side Effects Of Evaparin Injection

Like any other medication, evaparin also has some side effects. Most of these side effects are minimal and will disappear within a few days. You should consult your fertility doctor if the side effect lasts for several days and does not decrease. 

Some common side effects you might experience are

  • Headache
  • Bleeding
  • Low blood platelets
  • Increased liver enzymes
  • Fever
  • Anemia (due to a low number of red blood cells)
  • Edema (swelling) 
  • Pain in the injection site
  • Diarrhea 

Conclusion

Each person’s body condition is different, and each might have a pregnancy complication that the other did not. Your fertility doctor will thoroughly assess your body condition and suggest medications to overcome those complications and get pregnant. 

Always listen to your fertility doctor and do everything they suggest. Remember that they are doing it so that you can have your own baby in your hands. 

FAQs

Evaparin is an anticoagulant that helps prevent blood clots in the body. It inactivates the proteins responsible for blood clotting, helps dissolve existing blood clots, and prevents the formation of new ones. 

An Evaparin 300mg injection (3ml) costs approximately Rs. 3527.06/- if you need a lower dose, you can get an Evaparin 40mg injection for approximately Rs. 470.3/-

An evaparin injection should be injected into the skin and not into a muscle. It is usually injected into the left or right side of your abdomen, at least 2 inches away from your belly button. Your doctor or nurse will give you detailed instructions on how to use the injection pen.

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Dr. Rukkayal Fathima

Dr Rukkayal Fathima, India's Leading Gynaecologist and the best fertility doctor in Chennai. She has 11+ years of experience and treated 1000+ patients. She finished her M. S., Obstetrics and Gynaecology from the Institute of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (Madras Medical College), Chennai. She is a visiting consultant at St. Isabelle Hospital, Motherhood Hospital, Rainbow Hospital & Mehta Hospital. Dr Rukkayal Fathima specialises in Obstetrics care, Early Pregnancy Scan, IVF, ICSI, TESA/Micro TESE, Menopause advice, Gynaecological surgeries and endoscopy. She is a Co-Founder of Hive Fertility, the Best Fertility Center in Chennai.

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