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Blastocyst Transfer
A blastocyst is an embryo of 5-6 days of age. This is produced in the lab during an IVF treatment. A mother’s eggs and a father’s sperm are fertilized in the lab and various embryos are produced. These embryos are then allowed to mature for up to 5 or 6 days to make the embryo healthier and stronger.
This improves the chances of the embryo getting implanted in the uterus successfully and resulting in pregnancy. This fertilized egg or blastocyst is then transferred to the mother’s womb and allowed to hatch.
The blastocyst has two types of cells, the outer ones develop into the placenta and the inner ones develop into the baby.
Blastocyst Transfer Treatment can increase the chances of pregnancy to a greater extent thereby giving IVF the highest success rate than ever.
How is Blastocyst Transfer different from Normal IVF procedure?
In Blastocyst transfer, the embryo is cultured for 5 days before transferring to the uterus.
With this process, only healthy growing and best embryos are transferred to the mother’s uterus. This eliminates the risk of multiple pregnancies as a single embryo can also be transferred. While in an IVF procedure, a few embryos are implanted which sometimes results in twin pregnancy.
What are the benefits of Blastocyst Transfer at Ferticity?
  • Multiple pregnancies (twins or triplets etc) can be avoided
  • Only healthy embryos are implanted in the uterus
  • The risk of genetic abnormalities reduces to a great extent
  • In a natural pregnancy, the embryo reaches the uterus on day 6 so it is more natural to transfer the blastocyst at this stage
Who can benefit from Blastocyst Culture and Transfer?
  • Patients having recurrent failures of IVF
  • Females having healthy eggs and embryo
  • Patients using Frozen embryos can benefit from blastocyst transfer treatment as well
  • If there are fewer embryos for transfer then they are allowed to grow up to 5-6 days to enhance the chances of pregnancy
  • Patients who have 1 child and don’t want multiple pregnancies can also benefit from blastocyst transfer treatment.
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FAQ

In Vitro (‘in glass’) Fertilization refers to a medical process of assisted reproductive technology used in the treatments of infertility. In this process, an egg from a woman’s ovaries is taken and combined with sperm outside the body and let it fertilize the egg in a liquid in a laboratory. The fertilized egg is then implanted into the woman’s uterus for establishing pregnancy.

The cost of IVF treatment in India can cost anywhere between Rs.65,000 and 3,00,000, depending upon various financial and geographical factors. The cost varies in different parts of the country with leading metropolitan cities providing facilities at comparative higher rates than the cities lesser financially affluent. The cost also depends upon the level of professional expertise and the success factors of service providers. This, invariably, does not include the medicine and investigations costs involved.

The best way to choose an IVF doctor is by choosing the best IVF hospital. The IVF hospital must have a team of professional experts and skilled specialists in the field of Surgery, Gynaecology, Embryology, Geneticists. The other factor is the success rate of the hospital in carrying out successful IVF procedures, which can only be ensured by experts in this field.

The IVF procedure is an obvious choice for the women who are not able to conceive naturally. The best age or the most appropriate age to achieve successful IVF procedures in women varies between their mid 20’s . After reaching her mid 30’s, a woman’s success rate steadily tends to decline.

The success rate of IVF in women depends upon their age factor. As per the guidelines of ICMR Bill, 2017, the upper age limit for women to get pregnant is 45 years through assisted reproductive technology. The chances of achieving a healthy pregnancy and live birth are proportionate with the advancement in age. Live birth rates and miscarriage rates are favorable in women who undergo IVF treatment between their mid 20’s.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is offered to women who have blocked or missing fallopian tubes because the IVF procedures bypass the fallopian tubes. It is an Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) procedure for women with fallopian tube issues and such reproductive conditions as endometriosis, male factor infertility, and unexplained infertility. A fertility doctor reviews a patient’s history and assists them by providing the right treatment and diagnostic procedures as per their unique medical conditions.

While some research studies suggest a little higher occurrence of birth abnormalities in IVF-conceived results than the babies born with standard conception, this increase may be mainly due to factors other than the IVF procedure itself. It is imperative for a couple or a woman to understand the rate of congenital disabilities and other potential risks to the expectant mother’s reproductive health before getting started with the IVF treatments. The risk associated with normal birth and IVF is likely inherent.

One round of IVF cycle takes around four weeks, which is also considered the length of a woman’s normal ovulation cycle. The procedure starts after the initial fertility diagnosis is done. Fertility diagnosis includes assessing the ovarian reserve or egg quality, semen analysis, and uterine cavity examination.

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