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Blastocyst Transfer Treatment Bangalore

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About: Blastocyst Transfer Hospital Bangalore

  • 1. Our IVF laboratory has excellent quality controls and is, therefore, able to do a day 5 blastocyst transfer
  • 2. A blastocyst is an embryo that has been allowed to develop in the laboratory for five or six days after egg collection. This is in contrast to standard IVF where embryos are only allowed to develop up to day two or three in the laboratory, before being transferred to the uterus
  • 3. The outer sphere of the blastocyst is called the Trophoblast
  • 4. The inner portion of the blastocyst is filled with fluid
  • 5. Inside the trophoblast, there is a clump of cells called the Inner Cell Mass (ICM). The inner cell mass is the portion of the blastocyst that actually becomes the baby
  • 6. Only a small percentage of embryos will reach the blastocyst stage. This self-selection of the embryos allows the embryologist to pick the embryos that are most likely to produce a pregnancy
  • 7. While transferring blastocysts, fewer embryos are transferred as compared to day2 embryos. This reduces the risk of multiple pregnancy
  • 8. The major potential benefit of transferring blastocyst following IVF is the reduction of the possibility of multiple pregnancies
  • 9. This is true for all age groups
  • 10. The rationale behind a blastocyst transfer is that an embryo that has failed to reach the blastocyst stage would be unlikely to have resulted in a pregnancy. However, if it reaches the blastocyst stage it has about 50% chance of implanting. So the improved implantation rates following blastocyst transfer is due to selection of the best embryos
  • 11. Two main reasons why 50% blastocysts fail to implant: A defective blastocyst (e.g. chromosomal abnormalities) or non-receptive endometrium
  • 12. However, if the culture environment is suboptimal, delayed embryo development and even embryonic arrest will occur

Blastocyst transfer is recommended for:

  • 1. Couples who have repeatedly failed to achieve a pregnancy following the transfer of good quality cleaved embryos (If the embryos arrest and do not develop to a blastocyst, this may indicate a potential egg problem)
  • 2. Couples who wish to achieve a pregnancy without the risk of multiple pregnancies
  • 3. Couples who do not wish to have their spare embryos frozen

Frozen Blastocyst Cycles

  • 1. Blastocysts have a very good survival rate after cryopreservation (freezing). The recovery after thawing is equivalent to that of thawing at earlier embryonic stages
  • 2. Blastocysts are superior to earlier stage embryos in terms of development. They are also easier to freeze, store, and thaw

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Is blastocyst transfer better?

Many younger embryos don’t develop to five days and their future is harder to assess. So blastocyst transfers are, generally speaking, more likely to succeed than transfers using younger embryos.

What are the chances of a blastocyst implanting?

On average, only 15-20% of 2-4 cell embryos transferred to the uterus will implant. Blastocysts, in comparison, have an implantation potential of up to 60% per blastocyst.

How many days after blastocyst transfer can I test?

About 12 days after egg retrieval, 9 days after a day-3 embryo transfer and 7 days after a blastocyst transfer, the woman should have a quantitative beta hCG blood pregnancy test performed.

Can a blastocyst split?

Blastocysts can split, usually after transfer. Identical twins are not uncommon. Many couples can live with that. The most dramatic scenario is if both blastocysts split and progress to live births.

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Blastocyst Transfer Clinic in Bangalore

Follicular Monitoring: Follicular Monitoring is the process of serial ultrasonic monitoring of the ovarian follicles used to identify the maturation status of eggs. It is useful for assessing the size of the follicle that supports the growing egg and for determining the thickness of the uterine lining.

In women taking fertility medication, follicle monitoring is essential to assess her response to treatment. In order to safely proceed, it is important to know how many eggs will ovulate and how high the estradiol level is. Each mature egg should produce between 150 and 200 pg/ml of estradiol. Therefore, by using the hormone levels in conjunction with the ultrasound exam, a more accurate determination of a woman’s response to treatment can be made.

Additionally, the dose of the fertility medication can be adjusted during treatment if there is an inadequate response or if too many eggs start to mature. If the estradiol level gets very high, a woman may be at an increased risk of developing ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. The goal of follicle monitoring is to provide information about the number of mature eggs that will ovulate and to ensure that this is accomplished safely.

When the eggs are mature, patients are advised to have planned relations or Intrauterine Insemination or proceed with egg collection in case of an In-Vitro Fertilization Cycle. Ultrasound Monitoring enables the Doctor to understand the present status of the uterus, endometrium, and ovaries. Abnormalities in these findings could help to explain why a woman may have difficulty conceiving. It also identifies ovarian cysts, pelvic collection, hydrosalpinx, etc.

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