IVF and Fertility solutions
World and the unavailability of a concrete solution around has made the whole situation really critical. This is where IVF (In Vitro fertilization) has come up as a big blessing for all those struggling people whilst providing them with a big ray of hope in the process.
“In-vitro-Fertilization (IVF) is one of the most sought after infertility treatment where the fertility specialist firstly takes the eggs from the ovaries with the help of a surgical needle and then fertilizes the same in a lab dish. Once the fertilization process is through, the eggs get developed into embryos which would then gets implanted into the uterus of the women under treatment after 3-5 days.”
We offer a big list of IVF and related treatments which includes ICSI, PGD/PGS, Embryo Scope, Cryopreservation, FET, TESE, Endometrial Coculture, and Assisted Embryo Hatching.
Common laboratory techniques brought in use during an IVF cycle:
It’s a small surgical process where the doctor retrieves the eggs from the follicles of the ovaries of the female patient. The Egg retrieval process takes around 30 minutes and during the same, all ovarian follicles gets drained and the fluid then get sent to the lab in order to find the eggs. Eggs are first retrieved out of follicles with the help of a gentle suction along with some ultrasound images and a special needle. Moreover, an IV catheter is brought in use for the sedation and pain medication purpose during the process.
Donor insemination is a simple process where a syringe is used in order to place semen into a woman’s vagina to facilitate the pregnancy process. In this case the semen is obtained from a sperm donor apart from women’s husband or partner. During this process, a gynecologist places the male sperm rightly inside the vagina at the cervix or within the uterus. This was earlier been known as Artificial Insemination.
Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
In this process, a single sperm is directly injected into the egg to stimulate the fertilization process. The process gets through with the help of special techniques and tools in an embryology laboratory. Once the ICSI process is been through and fertilization is successful, the embryo transfer process is been used to manually place the embryo in the woman’s uterus. It’s then about waiting and observing the early pregnancy symptoms. On the other side, the physician may use a blood test or ultrasound to ascertain if the implantation process is through and the pregnancy has occurred.
Embryo development starts once the fertilized eggs gets placed in an incubator overnight and gets examined by an embryologist every morning for the following 3 to 5 days to observe their developmental process. The embryologist takes notes about every minute development since the previous day and put them into the medical record of the patient. The whole motive here is to check and monitor the slow and steady development of a 4-cell embryo on its second day of development till an 8-cell embryo on the third day.
Once a person goes through the IVF treatment, her eggs gets retrieved and then gets mixed with the sperm of her partner or the donor in the process. It then gets developed into an embryo and If more than one embryo gets developed during the fertilization process, the best quality ones are used for the implantation process and the rest is then frozen at very cold temperatures. These embryos can then be used in the future during the IVF treatment and the process is known as Cryopreservation.
FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer)
The Embryos preserved whilst using the cryopreservation process further gets defrosted and later been transferred into the woman’s uterus at a feasible time during the menstrual cycle. These are the embryos which have created and developed during the IVF process and whilst the couple wants to postpone their conception, they can get their embryos to freeze for future use. This is quite trendy nowadays and most of the couples are going for this process in IVF.
Assisted Embryo Hatching
Assisted hatching is a procedure where a laser or chemical solution is been brought in use on the embryo to enhance its chances of getting implanted in the lining of the uterus (endometrium). The process is largely been used as a laboratory procedure along with the vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment. Moreover, the whole process is brought into practice to let the developing embryo to expand, and getting implanted to the lining of the uterine wall, to further support and facilitate the overall pregnancy process.
Benefits of IVF
- Comes as the best solution to combat the Infertility issues in both male and female
- Proves beneficial for couples with genetic issues.
- The treatment process is available for everyone irrespective of their sexual orientation.
- The couples can use an Egg donor or sperm donor if they have issues with their eggs or sperm quality.
- Comes best for the couples who would like to time their conception due to their career ambitions and other random reasons.
- Better chances of having a healthy child with fewer chances of Miscarriage.
- Even if the couple is not been able to conceive in a single IVF cycle, they can opt for multiple cycles for the same.
Why Surrogacy point is best for IVF?
Here at Surrogacy point, we have got the best team of IVF specialists and consultants to help you through during your struggling times with Infertility. We have partnered with one of the best IVF clinics from around the world to provide you the best and most advanced medical facilities an treatments for your specific medical condition.
Backed by more than 15 years of experience in the same domain, we are the most sought after names in the same field. So get on board and contact one of our customer support executives today and let us help you with all your queries and questions regarding IVF.