Intralipid prior to an IVF procedure , dramatically increases pregnancy success rates while reducing the risk of miscarriage. Plays a role in helping a newly implanted embryo attach to the mother’s uterus and begin to thrive.It consists of 20% Soybean Oil, 1.2% Egg Yolk Phospholipids, 2.25% Glycerin, and Water . Given as an intravenous infusion it bypasses the stomach and goes directly into the bloodstream to supply the body with several essential fatty acids. These are substances required for many biological functions, including reproduction – but they can’t be made by the body. As such they must be obtained via food, supplements, or in this case the intravenous infusion.

Intralipid infusion therapy is a sterile fat emulsion containing soy oil, chicken egg yolk, glycerine and water.  The infusion is in liquid form and administered intravenously.  It is a non invasive procedure carried out in clinic as part of a treatment cycle.

In the case of miscarriages, repeated implantation failure and  elevated NK levels intralipids might help but not will have to.

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