Fertility Programs

IVF

IVF Treatment - IVF is the most effective form of assisted reproductive technology.

In Vitro Fertilization or ‘test tube baby’, in very simple language, is growing, collecting and combining woman’s eggs with sperm in the laboratory to create embryos to be transferred to a woman’s womb.

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a series of ART procedures used to treat infertility and assist with the conception of a child. During IVF, mature eggs are collected (retrieved) from ovaries and fertilized by sperm in a IVF lab. Then the fertilized egg (embryo) or eggs are implanted in uterus. One cycle of IVF takes about two weeks.

In vitro fertilization is an option for many couples who cannot conceive through conventional therapies. In IVF, fertilization occurs outside the woman’s body.

The procedure can be done using your own eggs and your partner's sperm. Or IVF may involve eggs, sperm or embryos from a known or anonymous donor.

IVF treatment – in summary – involves administration of fertility drugs to stimulate woman’s ovaries to produce a number of eggs and then, using a minor surgical procedure, we collect your eggs and place them in a culture dish (rather than a test tube) with prepared sperm, for fertilization.

One or two of the resulting embryos can then be transferred to your womb, and any suitable embryos not used in this cycle can be frozen for you to use in future.

Beginning an IVF cycle is an exciting and anxious time for a couple.Best IVF clinic like ours provides couples with the maximum amount of clinical, emotional, and administrative support they will need to complete their “IVF cycle” successfully to results in a pregnancy.

Eligibility Criteria for IVF Treatment - Who needs IVF?

IVF is an option for couples who have tried unsuccessfully to conceive or for whom other treatments have failed.

IVF was initially developed to help women conceive who had blocked, damaged, or absent fallopian tubes. Other eligible patients are those with infertility due to a condition not responsive to conventional therapy, including one or more of the following:

  • Tubal blockage or failed tubal reversal
  • Endometriosis
  • Cervical factor
  • Pelvic adhesions
  • Male factor
  • Unexplained infertility/ failed conventional therapy
  • Genetic testing (PGD) for inheritable diseases
  • Genetic testing (PGD) for possible reasons for multiple miscarriages

To be considered for IVF, a woman must either have a uterus capable of carrying a child, or a compassionate gestational carrier. For optimal results, the woman should not be more than twenty percent over her ideal body weight. We consider and evaluate women between the ages of 40-43 for IVF on an individual basis based on previous testing, such as FSH levels and/or responses to gonadotropin therapy.

IVF Cycle Monitoring

To begin the process of IVF, the woman is given fertility drugs to stimulate egg production and control the timing of ovulation. This helps maximize the number of eggs produced, thereby increasing the chance that at least one will be fertilized, and will implant itself in the uterus. Frequent blood tests to monitor hormone levels and ultrasounds to monitor follicle development are required. Stimulation protocols may vary depending on multiple factors.

This helps us achieve the best possible outcome for you while avoiding potential complications.

Ovulation induction

If you're using your own eggs during IVF, at the start of a cycle you'll begin treatment with synthetic hormones to stimulate your ovaries to produce multiple eggs — rather than the single egg that normally develops each month. Multiple eggs are needed because some eggs won't fertilize or develop normally after fertilization.

Egg Retrieval

The eggs are harvested primarily through a transvaginal ultrasound-guided procedure. The ultrasound-guided egg retrieval is performed on an outpatient basis with monitored I.V. sedation. Recovery from the sedation requires thirty minutes. The patient is discharged from the surgery center with instructions to rest for the remainder of the day.

Once the eggs are retrieved and the sperm sample collected, they are immediately given to our embryology laboratory for incubation. Our IVF lab is located adjacent to our operating room. The man’s semen is specially prepared in order to select the most viable sperm. In conventional IVF, the sperm are then placed together with the eggs in an incubator for 12-18 hours to allow for fertilization. When sperm quality is compromised, the eggs are inseminated with a single sperm by means of a micromanipulation procedure known as ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection). This may also be used on half of the eggs to enhance fertilization in some circumstances. Following normal fertilization, early embryonic development is closely observed on a daily basis.

Sperm retrieval

If you're using your partner's sperm, he'll provide a semen sample at your doctor's office or a clinic through masturbation the morning of egg retrieval. Other methods, such as testicular aspiration — the use of a needle or surgical procedure to extract sperm directly from the testicle — are sometimes required. Donor sperm also can be used. Sperm are separated from the semen fluid in the lab.

Fertilization

Fertilization can be attempted using two common methods:

Insemination:During insemination, healthy sperm and mature eggs are mixed and incubated overnight.

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI): In ICSI, a single healthy sperm is injected directly into each mature egg. ICSI is often used when semen quality or number is a problem or if fertilization attempts during prior IVF cycles failed.

Embryo Transfer Within 72 hours after egg retrieval, the embryos are generally ready to be transferred into the woman’s uterus through a thin tube, or catheter, gently inserted through the cervix. This is a non-surgical procedure performed under ultrasound guidance with no need of sedation. The woman may wish to rest for the remainder of the day in order to maximize the chance for success. About ten to twelve days following the embryo transfer, the woman’s blood is drawn and tested to determine if IVF pregnancy has occurred.

After the IVF procedure After the embryo transfer, you can resume your normal daily activities. However, your ovaries may still be enlarged. Consider avoiding vigorous activity, which could cause discomfort.

IVF Success Our IVF program serves a variety of patients. Due to our vast experience in treating patients who have had multiple IVF failures, we provide individualized protocols according to the patient’s response

No matter where you live, BlossomBestIVFIndia.com is here to help you in exploring your IVF journey of happy parenting and family building dreams with latest IVF technology and IVF doctors & specialist.

Contact us today at info@BlossomBestIVFIndia.com. we are here to help you get started, keep going and have a IVF baby!

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