When it comes to infertility issues, IVF - in vitro fertilisation treatment plays a tremendous role in helping people across ages. The reason is that IVF has been around there for over a couple of decades, and the success rate is also better than other infertility treatments.
Who can treat via IVF?
• Female with fertility issues
• Female with damaged fallopian tubes
• Female with endometriosis
• Male with low sperm count
The process of IVF is as simple as uniting the female egg and male sperm in a sterilised culture. But there is a series of steps involves in this IVF process and here are they:
Step 1 - Superovulation egg production method
As per the National Institutes of Health (NIH), females are provided with fertility drugs that encourage superovulation or stimulation. Since this drug contains stimulating hormones (Follicle), it instructs the body to supply enormous eggs - that is, over an egg per month. The more eggs a female produces the more possibilities for having the fertilisation success rate with IVF Treatment.
During the drug consumption process, women are asked to take up ultrasounds and blood tests (weekly) to maintain the control hormone level.
Step 2 - Removing eggs.
In order to help mature women’s eggs rapidly, a hormonal injection will be injected a day before removing the eggs. Then with follicular aspiration, a surgical treatment, all the eggs are removed from the female body. As per the NIH, this process is carried out in a surgery room.
This surgical process involves an ultrasound to guide thin needles into the vagina (through ovaries). Since the needle has a surgery device attached to it, eggs are sucked out quickly without causing any pain.
In some cases, surgeons provide women with anaesthetic medicine (beforehand) if the patient demands it. However, women are expected to have cramps that last for a day or two.
Step 3 sperm collection from donor or partner
During the egg removal process, sample sperms are collected from either donor or partner. The collected sperm is then inserted in a spin cycle to determine the healthiest ones.
Step 4 Insemination Process
Here comes the process of insemination. Technically, the process of combining sperms and the best eggs. Usually, this process consumes a few hours for sperms to fertilise an egg. In some cases, surgeons can directly inject sperms into the egg (ICSI - intracytoplasmic sperm injection).
Step 5 - Embryo transfer process
As soon as collecting the eggs, females are subjected to another medication to prepare the uterus’ layer to receive the embryo.
After 3 to 5 days of fertilisation, surgeons will keep the embryos in the uterus using a surgical device. This process can be done without anaesthesia.
Besides, many embryos are inserted to increase the possibilities of at least one to develop. In the end, the IVF process is simply the replica of natural human reproduction.
At Baby Science IVF clinic, we offer IVF treatment to female who is longing for a baby. Irrespective of root cause, we help treat people with our basic as well as advanced services like IUI, ICSI, IVF, PCOD, Surrogacy, Egg donation & embryo transfer, vitrification and many more!
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