This procedure involves taking the woman’s ovum as it naturally matures in the ovaries without administering drugs to stimulate them.
This method is simple, flexible and in the last 2 years along with mild ovarian stimulation begins to become the first choice for women who need IVF. There is a lot of evidence today that the cumulative effects of the extra-corporeal on a natural cycle are similar to those of the extra-corporeal with drugs without the complications of the latter (e.g ovarian hyper-stimulation syndrome, multiple pregnancies, etc.).
The process of aspiration of the ovum from the follicle includes the dose of sedation (sedation) in the woman for a very short time and the aspiration of the follicular fluid with a very fine needle through the vagina. The purpose of the effort is to collect a naturally selected egg at the lowest possible cost (psychological, physical, monetary). However, there are alternative natural cycle choices where very small doses of drugs are given to support this process.