There has been increased rate of pregnancies recorded when the embryo was transferred at the blastocyst stage. In recent advances that have taken place in the field of fertility issues, the demand for increased pregnancy rate has been the desired factor among the infertile couples so that they only have to go through this process only once, and they can obtain the best results possible. Usually, the embryos get transferred to the uterus after two to three days after the manual IVF Treatment is done in the laboratory. But now with recent advances in this field, the embryo can be grown in laboratories with high precautions till five days (till which it gains the blastocyst stage) and then can be transferred to the uterus. The concept of this late transferring than traditionally transferring it is very simple, they let plant only the best embryos in the uterus i.e. till the time the embryo reaches the blastocyst stage it contains about 50-200 cells. More Over is has crossed its basic growth and division stages that create high chances of pregnancy after implanting it to the uterus.
Blastocyst culture has helped the Embryologist to develop and increase the quality of embryo which can increase the chances of pregnancy when transferred in the womb. It is opted by many infertile couples who have had many IVF failures. This technology has allowed careful monitoring of the embryo in the laboratory till it reaches the blastocyst stage and hence it has a smaller number of embryos transferred than in the conventional IVF technique. Therefore, it offers less risk of multiple pregnancies too.
Angels Fertility Center is one of the Best fertility treatment center in Hyderabad where they provide many Advanced service for female infertility treatment including Blastocyst Culture.
- IVF Procedure
- IUI Procedure
- ICSI Procedure
- Frozen Embryo Transfer
- Blastocyst Culture
- Embryo Freezing
- M TESA
- Fertility Preservation
- Diagnostic laparoscopy
- Laparoscopic ovarian drilling
- Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy
- Laparoscopic myomectomy
- Laparoscopic conservative surgery for endometriosis
- Laparoscopic hysterectomy
- Laparoscopic salpingectomy
- Laparoscopic ectopic pregnancy management
- Laparoscopic sterilisation
- Laparoscopic recanalization
- Laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy
- Laparoscopic cervical circlage