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Best IVF Centre in Sirsa
With the 1st fertility centre in Sirsa and 6th IVF clinic in Haryana, Indira IVF owns its 92nd fertility clinic in India.
Let’s know about the process of In Vitro Fertilization in detail-
By obtaining several eggs in one cycle; we can increase the probability of gestation in IVF, since you have more possibilities to develop embryos and select the best quality ones, also improving the engraftment index.
To produce more than one egg, unlike a natural menstrual cycle, hormones are administered which act on the ovaries. The doses used must be individualized according to the various parameters, such as the body mass index (BMI), the woman's age, the first phase hormonal indicators, the morphology of the ovaries (number of preantral follicles) and the response to stimulation in previous cycles if any.
During this process, various ultrasounds (3 or 4) are performed to analyze the response obtained in each case. The stimulation process usually lasts between 8-12 days. Once, it has been confirmed that the hormone levels, the number, and size of the follicles are the desired ones, the last drug is administered to encourage the maturation of the oocytes. Drug decided for maturation depends on the follicular count at that time.
Oocyte extraction (follicular puncture)-
The extraction of oocytes or follicular puncture is performed under sedation, about 36 hours after the administration of the HCG hormone. The extraction of oocytes is carried out by puncturing the mature follicles and the consequent aspiration of the follicular liquid in which the oocytes were found. To know more about the IVF process precisely, visit Indira IVF, the best IVF centre in Sirsa.
Identification of the oocytes-
The follicular fluid obtained in the puncture is taken to the laboratory (IVF) where all the oocytes are collected. Here, they are kept in the suitable culture medium, well-identified and numbered inside an incubator. This provides them with an appropriate environment with regards to temperature, humidity, proportion and purity of gas, stated Dr Suman Bhooker, one of the best IVF doctor in Sirsa centre of Indira IVF.
To carry out this preparation, the spermatic sample is processed with the most suitable Sperm Capacitation Technique. This technique allows us to isolate and select spermatozoa with better mobility, morphology and / or less degree of DNA fragmentation.
In Vitro Fertilization Technique (IVF)-
In general, there are two methods for promoting the fertilization process:
1) Conventional fertilization: It is the procedure in which the oocytes (still inside the cumulus) are placed in the same medium with the spermatozoa (previously treated) in order to ensure that the gametes carry out fertilization spontaneously. To perform this technique, a minimum quantity of 100,000 spermatozoa per milliliter with good mobility and oocyte are required.
2) Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI): It consists of directly injecting a sperm into a mature oocyte by micromanipulation. In this case, one motile/immotile sperm is sufficient for each mature oocyte and therefore, this technique can also be applied with very low-quality sperm samples and even allows the use of sperm from epididymis or testes (obtained by aspiration or testicular biopsy since they are immotile).
Before ICSI, the cells that normally surround the oocytes (cumulus cells) are eliminated in order to control the maturity of the oocytes and therefore carry out the micromanipulation technique correctly, shared Dr. Suman Bhooker, one of the best doctors at Indira IVF, the best IVF centre in Sirsa.
The fertilized oocytes, now embryos, are kept in culture in the incubator for 2-6 days before being transferred into the uterus. Embryo culture allows the in vitro development of embryos and also allows us to evaluate the evolution of each of them.
The Embryoscope is the most modern and advanced incubator from a technical point of view which integrates an image capture system that allows you to record the entire sequence of cellular cleavages that occur till day 5 or 6 of embryonic development. This sequence of images offers unique, objective and true information for selecting the embryos with the greatest implant potential for transfer, shared Dr. Suman Bhooker, the best IVF doctor in Sirsa.
The ideal time to transfer the embryo (s) into the uterus is decided according to individual conditions. Depending on the characteristics of the embryo and the uterine endometrial condition, the embryologist recommends the most suitable time for transfer.
Embryo Transfer is a painless procedure, which usually does not require anaesthesia. With the help of a catheter, the embryos are placed below the fundus of the uterus. This process is controlled by abdominal ultrasound.
The embryo (s) is transferred with the consent of the couple and based on the medical advice according to the minute details of each individual case in order to obtain the greatest probability of gestation while reducing the risk of multiple pregnancies.
Pregnancy test and Ultrasound-
After 14 days of embryo transfer, Serum BHCG test is done for pregnancy, stated the leading IVF specialist in Sirsa centre of Indira IVF, the finest IVF hospital in Sirsa, Haryana.
When the result comes positive, the medical indications to be followed will be given and a vaginal ultrasound will be performed after 2 weeks of BHCG test in order to confirm the possibility of pregnancy. This ultrasound is performed on week 6-7 of pregnancy in which it is possible to view the gestational sac as well as the embryo that already has a heartbeat.
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