assisted reproductive technologies used for infertile couples. Earlier IVF used to be a rare term in India. But, with the advancement in technology and education, it is now next to the door thing. In fact, there are many clinics in India that have high success rates and good ratings while treating infertility using IVF.
So, what exactly is IVF?
In-Vitro fertilization (IVF) is common in infertility treatment. Firstly, the ovaries are stimulated to develop several follicles by the use of “fertility drugs.” Ultrasound tracking of follicle number and growth along with blood hormone levels decides when a single injection matures the eggs. The fertility doctor then uses a small needle to remove the eggs from the ovaries, while in a specialized laboratory the woman undergoes light anaesthesia and fertilizes them with sperm. Upon fertilization, the eggs are processed and mature into embryos. The specialist may transfer the embryo to the uterus 3 to 5 days later.
When to use IVF treatment?
IVF treatments are used to treat different causes of infertility. Here are these causes of infertility that can be treated with IVF –