IVF, In Vitro Fertilization in India, a treatment in which the eggs are retrieved from the woman's body and the sperms are taken from the male partner, then the fertilization is carried out outside the body (in vitro) using advanced laboratory procedures and techniques with the help of specialized lab infrastructure. It is done outside the body to fertilize man’s sperm & woman’s egg after collecting them in a vitro. The complete process, collecting the eggs from the ovaries till the placement of the developed embryo into the woman’s uterus, is controlled in the laboratory environment.
Implantation of resulting embryo is done by Embryo Transfer Technique to place in the lining of the woman’s womb to make her pregnant naturally. The pregnancy test is carried out in a few days.
Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), the advancement of ART technique refers to an assurance to develop an embryo in a woman’s womb through ICSI process, which is different from In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). This revolutionary technique is performed just to inject a single healthy live sperm directly into an egg with the help of our expert technique by a specialist embryologist.
ICSI is an advancement which highly increases the chances of conception with IVF treatment.
In this process expert never follows the fertilization technique to keep the sperm with egg in the dish outside the body. It highly increases the chances of conception - So that A couple can realize their dream of having their own child with the help of this micromanipulation technique.
Egg donation is a readily available procedure where by the eggs of another female, egg donor is used to make the embryos. The egg donors are properly screened.
In this process the endometrium of the patient is prepared and it is synced with the egg donor. The eggs of the donor are retrieved from the ovary after stimulation of injections and these eggs are fertilized with the patient's husband's sperms to produce healthy embryos. These embryos are then implanted into the patient’s uterus. It’s done in certain cases like;
The process of Cryopreservation also called the preservation of tissues and cells by freezing the involved semen, where sperm is kept to getting cold or stored in a very low temperature to maintain their viability (all the metabolic process are halted and can be successfully revived by vitrification) In practice, frozen sperms are stored at the temperature of -196°C in liquid nitrogen. These are then thawed for re-use.
Indication for sperm Cryopreservation
Cryopreservation's main Advantage
Auto Conservation Motivation
A technique called Egg Freezing is used to make the woman’s eggs available in future for those women who are unwilling to have children now and want to preserve their fertility due to various personal reasons (careers, financial problems, marital issues , broken marriages etc).
Through this fertility treatment woman’s oocytes are extracted to keep stored and frozen until the woman is ready to become pregnant, so that after taking the decision to have a baby the frozen eggs can be thawed and used to develop as an embryo, which are transplanted into the uterus.
Is Egg Freezing Treatment for you?
At Poojan IVF, we prescribe Egg Freezing treatment to our patients in some of situations such as,
Embryo Freezing is a new sequential culture fertility program offered by Poojan IVF and Cryopreservation of embryos has significantly shown improved pregnancy rate.
Throughout, IVF or ICSI treatment, a number of unused embryos are left after couple’s first cycle or sometimes due to miscellaneous reasons the embryos cannot be transferred in the same cycle.
These embryos are then frozen for use in a subsequent transfer or later treatment cycle or for future use, may also be used for research or training (after couple's consent).
Embryos Freezing can be done in the following conditions-:
Hysteroscopy is a procedure that allows your doctor to look inside your uterus in order to diagnose and treat any causes which may be leading to infertility.
Hysteroscopy is done using a hysteroscope, a thin, lighted tube that is inserted into the vagina to examine the cervix and inside of the uterus. Hysteroscopy can be either diagnostic or operative.