Risk of Blood cancer in IVF raised children:by Priya Sharma For Your Medical Assistance
According to various study, reports and research of IVR (in vitro fertilization) indicates marginally higher risk of blood cancer, however experts across the globe has not raised any alarms yet.
Research and stats:
Some of the available stats show that IVF raised children has more than 65% of the increased risk of blood cancer (leukemia and lymphoma) compared to children who are born naturally. Though there is slight risk associated there is nothing to panic if you are planning to conceive through in vitro fertilization (IVF) consult a specialist for better understanding. Associated risk based on research are derived through sample type and hence confirmation of any direct relation on in vitro fertilization and deadly blood infection are not yet established.
A mother who opt for IVR (in vitro fertilization) process to conceive a baby often take such decision at the later ages which may be one of the reasons which might trigger the risk of cancer. At times, parental genetics can be considered as one of the reasons which increase the chance of such deadly blood disease in their kids, who are born through IVR process. It still requires more research to determine and come up with more facts and figure. Since, there is no concrete evidence to link IVR with blood cancer in children, hence panic buttons are not yet raised officially.
Consult experts and determine Treatment cost and process:
Cancerous cells are dangerous to be it in any form, so beware of the early signs. Blood cancer, lung cancer are very common and can be treated in a reputed cancer hospital. Treatment of blood cancer at the initial stage can certainly lower down the life risk. Consulting a cancer specialist at right time understanding the treatment procedure and blood cancer treatment cost can help you plan things in an organized manner.
It is estimated that all across the world, over and above 5 million babies have been conceived with the help of assisted reproduction technology, like IVF, so if you are planning for a baby through IVF, just go for it under the supervision of a specialist.
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