The Béa Treatment is a safe and viable treatment for you
We advise that you speak to your GP for help with conceiving if you have any of the below health concerns
The Béa Treatment is safe for you to use and a viable insemination treatment for you, however we suggest you speak to your GP about any of the below health issues in order to improve your chance of conceiving.
If you have any questions after reading the information below, please reach out to the Béa Clinical Care Team at firstname.lastname@example.org - they will help you understand what options and next steps are available for you.
As a company we believe in evidence based best practice - but this relies on up to date research.
There has been very little research into the field of fertility in recent years so there is an evidence gap. Therefore, we are being cautious as to what we can recommend, but this will evolve over time as we perform our own research and there is more readily available data.
In summary, in some cases, we can’t say for certain if our device will give you the best chances of pregnancy. Here’s a little more information on why this could be the case.
Please note that this page contains a list of all the reasons someone could receive a "maybe suitable" result and it will not all be relevant to you.
MILD MALE FACTOR INFERTILITY
Intracervical insemination can be a good treatment option for mild male factor infertility, however there is no recent research that shows what the success rates may be. Until we’ve performed our own research into this, we cannot be sure whether the Béa Applicator is suitable for you.
MILD OR TREATED ENDOMETRIOSIS
Intracervical insemination can be a good treatment option for mild endometriosis, however, due to the nature of endometriosis and how it can affect various parts of the female reproductive system (uterus, fallopian tubes and/or ovaries) we cannot be sure whether the Béa Applicator is suitable for you.
MILD OR TREATED ADENOMYOSIS
Intracervical insemination can be a good treatment option for mild adenomyosis, however, due to the nature or adenomyosis and how it can affect the uterus in different ways, we cannot be sure whether the Béa Applicator is suitable for you.
MILD OR TREATED FIBROIDS
Intracervical insemination can be a good treatment option for mild fibroids, however, due to the nature of fibroids and how they can grow in various parts of the uterus and can be different sizes, we cannot be sure whether the Béa Applicator is suitable for you.
Vaginismus is when the vagina suddenly tightens up when you try to insert something into it, it’s the body’s automatic reaction to some or all types of vaginal penetration. The Béa Applicator needs to be inserted into the vagina in order to place the cervical cap near the cervix. If you have vaginismus and experience pain or difficulties inserting something into your vagina, we cannot be sure whether the Béa Applicator is suitable for you.
Intracervical insemination is an aid to insemination, to increase your chances of getting pregnant. Unfortunately, increasing likelihood of insemination is not correlated with reducing the risk of miscarriage. If you’ve experienced multiple miscarriages you may be able to access investigations through your GP and it might be recommended to seek help from them or a fertility specialist before purchasing the Béa Applicator.
When trying to conceive, ovulation is a key part of the process as it’s when an egg is released into the fallopian tube for sperm to fertilise it. If you’re not ovulating, an egg is not available to be fertilised and generate a pregnancy. A common ovulation disorder is PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), which affects how a woman’s ovaries work and disrupts hormonal balance in the body. In some cases a hormone imbalance can affect the ovaries and ovulation is absent. You could discuss this with your GP or fertility specialist who may prescribe medication to encourage ovulation.
This result does not prevent you from purchasing the Béa Treatment Kit and is simply a result based upon the answers you have provided.
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