IVF

In Vitro Fertilization

Procedure brief – In IVF Husband Sperm & wife eggs are placed together along with special nutrients required for survival & growth in a specialized incubator which mimics the human body temperature & conditions to help the sperm to go inside the egg & form an Embryo.

At Yashoda IVF Centre, after careful diagnosis & test reports of wife & sperm health test report of husband, the Infertility Specialist & Embryologist will suggest the procedure; it is entirely up to the embryologist to decide to do IVF or ICSI depending on various factors conducive for it on a case to case basis.

  • Damaged or blocked Fallopian tubes.
  • Low sperm count, poor sperm motility or blockage in the tubes that carry sperms in the males.
  • Endometriosis is a condition in which the endometrium (uterine lining) grown outside of the uterus, e.g., ovaries, Fallopian tubes, etc. This affects both fertility of the egg & implantation of the embryo in the uterus.
  • Problems in release or production of eggs.
  • Abnormal uterus or cervix, etc
  • Unexplained infertility

Before the procedure – Husband sperm sample is collected in advance & frozen, This frozen husband sperm acts as an insurance for the couple & can save the IVF cycle cancellation if husband cannot give sperm sample on the day of procedure or he is not available at the time of procedure due to some work or emergency, under such circumstances this frozen husband sample can be used.

Sperm Processing – Obtained Husband sperm sample goes through a special wash & processing which removes dead & defective sperms along with other unwanted substances.

Sperm Testing – At Yashoda IVF Centre, we perform a detail sperm test called SFA (Sperm Function Analysis) & Sperm DNA test in which sperm sample is studied in detail along with its genetic DNA, reports are generated as per guidelines of WHO (world Health Organization).

Wife’s Egg Pick up – To retrieve wife’s eggs, she is given injections & other oral medicines as per her body diagnosis & after 10-12 days, the grown eggs are taken out from the wife’s body.

IVF is performed by the Embryologist under sterile conditions, and on day one the egg fused with the sperm in the dish forms an embryo.

This developed embryo is them transferred into wife’s uterus (A.K.A Embryo Transfer) on day 2 to 3 where it will grow further & can result in successful pregnancy

Frequently asked questions

1. How is IVF done?

The Steps involved in IVF are as follows:

  • The ovaries are stimulated to develop healthy egg.
  • The egg are collected.
  • Sperm sample provided by the male partner or sperm donor is collect.
  • The eggs & sperms are kept together in the laboratory for fertilization & formation of embryos.
  • The embryos are then transferred to the uterus.
  • Medications can be given to the woman to ready the uterus to receive the embryos.

2. How many embryos are transferred?

The number of embryos to be transferred will depend upon the following factors:

  • Number of embryos
  • Health of the embryos
  • Age of the woman
  • Age of multiple pregnancy

Keeping in mind above factors The IVF Infertility expert doctors at Yashoda IVF centre will take the decision regarding the number of embryos to be transferred.

3. What is needed to be done after the embryo is transferred?

After the embryo transfer, the woman may be asked to rest for the reaming day. The woman can resume normal activates the next day. In approximately 2 weeks, she will be asked to return for a pregnancy rest. Some woman may experience some cramping or bloating or breast tenderness. However, if the woman experience heavy vaginal bleeding or pain in the pelvis, blood in the urine, or fever, she should consult the doctor.

4. What is done with the remaining embryos?

Yashoda IVF has a provision of freezing the remaining embryos. These options allow storage of the embryos for future use, like 2nd child after couple of years or in case of an unfortunate event of miscarriage. These frozen embryos can be kept in storage for years at a nominal cost.

5. Who is suited to IVF?

There are many factors that contributed to the cause of infertility. IVF is generally preformed if any of the following problems exit:

  • Damaged or blocked fallopian tubes.
  • Low sperm count, poor sperm motility or blockage in the tubes that carry sperms in the males.
  • Endometriosis is a condition in which the endometrium (uterine lining) grown outside of the uterus, e.g., ovaries, fallopian tubes, etc. This affects both fertility of the egg & implantation of the embryo in the uterus.
  • Problems in release or production of eggs.
  • Abnormal uterus or cervix, etc
  • Unexplained infertility

For more information, kindly consult Expert doctors at Yashoda IVF Centre.

Call : 720-8485-474 (For IVF & Fertility Only)