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Blastocyst Embryo Transfer

Blastocyst Culture or Blastocyst Embryo Transfer is a variation of in vitro fertilization.

Three days after fertilization, a normally developing embryo will contain about six to 10 cells. By the fifth or sixth day, the fertilized egg is known as a blastocyst — a rapidly dividing ball of cells. The inner group of cells will become the embryo. The outer group will become the cells that nourish and protect it.

This term describes the process when the embryos grow for longer in the laboratory, and undergo critical developmental changes before being returned to the womb.

This period of extended culture helps our experts select the most competent embryo(s) for transfer to your womb, and can help to indicate which embryos have the best growth potential. Therefore, blastocyst culture maximises the chance of you achieving a viable pregnancy.

Three days after fertilization, a normally developing embryo will contain about six to 10 cells. By the fifth or sixth day, the fertilized egg is known as a blastocyst — a rapidly dividing ball of cells. The inner group of cells will become the embryo. The outer group will become the cells that nourish and protect it.

Blastocyst Embryo Transfer allows the most advanced/competent embryo(s) to be selected for transfer on the fifth day following egg collection.Embryos are grown to a more advanced, stronger stage, very similar to the stage when embryos implant in the uterus, and are transferred five days after the egg retrieval. BET helps reduce the incidence of multiple gestation pregnancies by transferring fewer embryos.

This process enhances our embryologists’ ability to select the embryo(s) most likely to result in pregnancy.

For more information on Free Second Opinion - IVF Success with Blastocyst Embryo Transfer at Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre, please call on +91 261 2470333 or Email us at info@BlossomBestIVFIndia.com.

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