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IVF Treatment Bangalore

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ABOUT IN VITRO FERTILIZATION (IVF)

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a very effective form of assisted reproductive technology. Developed in the early 1980s. It has been continuously refined and made even more effective. More than 5 million babies have been born through IVF worldwide. It is a proven technique that we frequently use at Fertility Centers of Embrace to help our patients to become parents. Our IVF laboratories are two of the largest, most experienced IVF labs in the Midwest and are known for the development of, and use, of the most innovative and advanced technologies. Our cutting-edge labs are the key to our high success rates.

IVF increases the chance of pregnancy because fertilization takes place outside of the body. A woman’s eggs are extracted and placed in a culture dish with thousands of sperm during IVF. The fertilized embryos are grown in the laboratory, then the most viable embryos are transferred into the patient’s uterus.

THE FIVE PHASES OF AN IVF CYCLE

Your physician will take the time to help you understand the IVF process. They will explain each step to you in detail along with the timeline for your treatment. A complete IVF cycle consists of a number of smaller steps or phases. This summary is meant as a general guideline to serve as a reference for you.

PHASE 1: FOLLICLE STIMULATION

In a normal menstrual cycle, only one egg develops and matures each month. The egg matures inside a fluid-filled structure on the ovary called a follicle. That follicle can be seen on an ultrasound.
The patient takes medications that encourage the ovaries to develop multiple follicles, therefore, multiple eggs. Medications are self-administered through an injection.

When the eggs have sufficiently matured, a Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) injection prepares them for removal. The timing of this shot is carefully planned, as it dictates when the next step-the retrieval, will take place. Our team carefully monitors the patient through frequent ultrasounds and blood tests.

PHASE 2: RETRIEVAL

As part of the retrieval process, the patient will receive a mild dose of anesthesia to ease any anxieties and encourage relaxation. Our physicians then gently remove the mature eggs. After this procedure, the patient relaxes in our recovery room until she feels ready to return home.

PHASE 3: FERTILIZATION

Our embryologist carefully evaluates the condition of the eggs. The healthiest sperm are identified from the provided sample, then the eggs are fertilized. In some instances, Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) may be used. In this process, the embryologist physically injects sperm into the egg. ICSI can help overcome certain male infertility problems including poor sperm quality, low sperm count, anatomical abnormalities or post-vasectomy infertility.

The embryologist evaluates which eggs have been successfully fertilized by examining the cell division that has occurred thus far. Before transfer, the embryologist will grade the embryos based on their likelihood of successfully implanting in the uterus. Those embryos with the best characteristics, which are dividing properly and at a normal rate, are chosen for transfer.

At your physician’s recommendation, our embryologists will work with a geneticist to perform genetic screening in order to select embryos that are free of chromosomal abnormalities and specific genetic disorders that can interfere with embryo implantation, result in pregnancy loss, or in the birth of a child with physical or developmental problems. Your physician may recommend genetic testing if your medical history or age indicates that your embryos could be affected by a genetic disease.

PHASE 4: EMBRYO TRANSFER

In the final procedural phase of IVF, the embryos that have developed in our laboratory are implanted, or returned, into the uterus. The embryo transfer procedure is simpler than the egg retrieval, with no need for anesthesia. A speculum is inserted in the vagina and a very fine, soft catheter is eased through the cervix. The embryos are then released into the middle of the uterus through the catheter. The patient will return to their home the same day, and ideally, physical activity should be limited for the next day or two. Embryo implantation should begin within a few days and is followed by a pregnancy test.

PHASE 5: FOLLOW UP BLOOD TESTS AND OBSTETRICAL APPOINTMENT

Eight to 14 days after transfer, the patient will have a pregnancy test. We recommend the pregnancy test and first obstetric ultrasound (if applicable) be done at our practice so that we can offer full medical and emotional support. Once pregnancy has been shown to be progressing normally with an ultrasound and blood work, the patient returns to her referring physician to continue obstetrical care.

Biology of Ovarian Reserve

As women age, their fertility quotient decreases. Unlike men, who produce new sperm every day of their reproductive lives, women are born with all of the eggs they will ever have and incrementally lose eggs every month. Egg quantity and quality are both negatively impacted as women age and as a result, a woman’s fecundity rate (the chance of pregnancy in any single menstrual cycle) declines. The chance of miscarriage also increases.

Egg Freezing Technology

There have been rapid advances in technology since the first pregnancy reported using a thawed egg in 1986. In the past, egg freezing used a slow-freezing process, which sometimes damaged the eggs by allowing ice crystals to form, which could potentially affect the integrity of the egg. Our current technology, vitrification, freezes the egg rapidly (flash-freezing), preventing the development of ice crystals. Frozen eggs are kept in one of our 30+ cryo storage tanks, which currently store over 30,000 frozen embryos, eggs, and sperm samples.

Why Should I Freeze My Eggs?

There have been rapid advances in technology since the first pregnancy reported using a thawed egg in 1986. In the past, egg freezing used a slow-freezing process, which sometimes damaged the eggs by allowing ice crystals to form, which could potentially affect the integrity of the egg. Our current technology, vitrification, freezes the egg rapidly (flash-freezing), preventing the development of ice crystals. Frozen eggs are kept in one of our 30+ cryo storage tanks, which currently store over 30,000 frozen embryos, eggs, and sperm samples.

Am I a Good Candidate?

The optimal age to freeze eggs is 32-36, but any woman with normal hormone levels aged 30-40 should consider egg freezing if they plan to delay pregnancy. The number of eggs a woman needs to freeze is dependent upon her age, but age is only a single factor. Not every 35 or 40 years old are the same. Therefore, there is not necessarily an absolute upper age; although women less than and equal to 40 will have better success and studies have shown egg freezing is cost-effective until age 38.
Flexibility is also very important. You need to be available for daily appointments for approximately 2-3 weeks.

What are the Risks?

There is no guarantee of success or that the eggs, once thawed, will be healthy and result in a healthy baby. Although there are 200+ babies born from this technology and no reported increase in genetic abnormalities or congenital anomalies, egg freezing is a new technology with many unknowns.
Careful data collection is being undertaken and more studies in the future will continue to shed light on the process. Additionally, treatment can be stressful, both emotionally and financially. Our team of experts are here to guide you through the process and ease your concerns.

What happens when I’m ready to get pregnant?

You will meet with your physician to ensure you are healthy and ready to carry a pregnancy. Your male partner (or sperm source) will also need some labs tests. When you are ready to proceed, you will begin taking medicine to prepare your uterus for pregnancy.
At the appropriate time, the eggs will be thawed and injected with sperm through a process known as ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection). The resulting embryos are then transferred into your uterus when they are either 3 days or 5 days old. Any extra embryos can be frozen and stored. You will continue to take hormones to support an early pregnancy. Approximately 10-12 days after embryo transfer, you will know if you are pregnant. After 8 weeks of pregnancy, you will transfer your care to the obstetrician who will deliver your baby.

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How much does IVF cost in Bangalore?

Since the last 6-7 years, Indian’s plump on for IVF treatment has increased rapidly. Although the Average Cost of In Vitro Fertilization Treatment in Bangalore, India which is basically above 80,000/- it is lowest as compared to other countries like the USA, UK, and others.

How many IVF cycles does it take to get pregnant?

According to at least one study, women who conceived with IVF treatment went through an average of 2.7 cycles.

Can you conceive naturally after IVF?

The researchers found that 1349 of the women (16 percent) had conceived naturally after stopping IVF treatment

How many eggs are needed for IVF?

Right now, 8 to 14 eggs are typically retrieved from a woman’s ovaries for IVF

IVF Clinic and Review

The doctors and nurses are very helpful here and everybody is so cooperative

- Nehan Karanch

Dr.Rizwana is the best doctor I received good treatment for infertility and conceived in the 1st month itself.

- Masiha Khanum

Doctor is friendly with d patient were they have a deep explaination I loved it good there is no words to tell

- Neha khan

IVF Clinic in Bangalore

Infertility affects around 15% of partners worldwide, amounting to 48.5 million partners. Even though 50% of most cases of infertility are because of women issues only, 20-30% is because of men; in fact, the remaining 20-30% is because of a blend of men and women issues. Therefore we need to think about the fertility tests for women and men before we arrive at any method of infertility treatment. Many people have questions regarding these tests, and they ask what the different types of female infertility tests are? What is the fertility test for men? What are the different kinds of fertility blood tests? Can I get a fertility test before marriage? Can I get a fertility testing done before trying to get pregnant? What type of information is available about fertility tests online? What is the other kind of fertility test costs? Can I get a fertility test near me? Is it possible to have a female fertility test at home? These and many more questions are answered by our IVF specialists in Bengaluru Dr. Shyam Gupta – Indira IVF center in Bengaluru at a counseling session for a group of infertile couples organized at the Indira IVF Surrogacy Centre and test tube baby clinic in Bengaluru. If you have any queries regarding infertility treatment, visit Indira IVF Bengaluru.

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