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IVF Treatment for soon-to-be-parents

Posted on September 22, 2018. By Admin
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You might be coping with infertility for long and you might have probably heard a lot about being your own advocate. Yet by being an empowered infertility patient you might be know all your options and to choose which fertility treatment might be one of the options. Deciding whether or not to begin or pursue fertility treatment may get tough as there are two people involved. It might get heart-wrenching sometimes to weigh your risk factors and benefits of the treatments and your decision will mean over a lifetime. You need to make a decision on what is best got you and your partner.

What happens during conception?

In a normal pregnancy, the egg is fertilized by a sperm in the fallopian tube and an embryo is formed. Fertilization happens in the fallopian tube that is closest to the ovary and the embryo continues to develop as it travels down to the uterus. The embryo reaches the uterine cavity about 5 to 6 days after fertilization. It then becomes a blastocyst or an embryo made up of hundreds of cells.

When you undergo IVF a blastocyst is formed in a culture system in a laboratory. Eggs are retrieved from a woman’s ovaries and fertilized with the sperm and an embryo is created. The embryo will divide and multiply its cells over time to become a blastocyst; thanks to improved cell culture media. Embryos which have survived to this stage of development have high implantation potential once they are transferred to the uterine cavity. The transfer is one of the main steps in the IVF process and the embryo begins to develop resulting in the future baby. This process is referred to as embryo transfer.

Advantages of blastocyst transfer

1) It is possible to identify the embryo with any potential development potential. You must know that only 20 to 30 % of fertilized eggs can be developed into blastocysts. Only if an embryo reaches this stage, it attains a higher chance of implementation.

2)    The moment of blastocyst transfer must be ideal. Just like natural pregnancy, it will take around 5 days after fertilization for the embryo to reach the uterine cavity where it gets implanted. It is assumed that the lining of the uterus is particularly receptive this day.

What are the success rates of blastocyst transfer?

We are the pioneers of blastocyst transfer here at IVFGenesis, and the chances of getting pregnant are very high. Compared to embryo transfer at early development stages, the odds are increased by around 7 %. In women who are under the age of 30 have a chance of about 40 to 50%. You must know that blastocyst culture will itself not provide with the same advantages for all women. Those who have a lesser egg count, as well as quality, will benefit from the transfer compared to the embryos that are inserted in a mother’s uterus at an earlier stage. It, therefore,  

goes without saying that our reproductive medicine specialist will work together with you to determine the best method as part of our personalized medical approach, striving for the best possible chances for your family.

IVF Genesis fertility research centre in Erode as a distinguished medical centre for Infertility with all facilities under one roof. We have become a centre of excellence in all facets of infertility and IVF treatment options, which are offered at affordable cost for the public.