, Odisha owns its 2nd Indira IVF clinic and India owns its 102nd Fertility centre. e all the other Indira IVF centres pan India, we are equipped with world-class technology and state-of-the-art infrastructure at Cuttack centre too. We cater for a host of infertility treatments like IVF, ICSI, Laser Assisted Hatching,
Cryopreservation, IUI, Blastocyst culture and transfer, Laparoscopy, Hysteroscopy, donor programs etc.
Over the past few years, 100000+ successful IVF cycles have been performed across 110+ IVF centres pan India with a record IVF success rate.
Let’s know how the process of IVF is carried out at Indira IVF Cuttack centre-
What is In Vitro Fertilization?
The four stages of in vitro fertilization:
- Stimulation of the ovaries-
Most often, treatment is started at the end of a spontaneous menstrual cycle in order to obtain not one, but several oocytes per cycle. Stimulation of ovulation promotes the selection and development of several follicles in a woman's ovaries until
maturity. Mostly, ovarian stimulation combines the simultaneous or sequential administration of hormones in order to obtain several mature oocytes at the same time.
The first hormone will stimulate the ovaries and therefore the growth of ovarian follicles: This is FSH. Sometimes another hormone, LH, is added.
The second hormone (GnRH antagonist) will block the production of pituitary hormones.The goal is to avoid spontaneous ovulation, which would prevent the collection of oocytes for the second phase of IVF. The response of the ovaries
can vary from one woman to another, which is why it requires very careful monitoring in order to adapt the treatment and determine the precise moment when follicular maturation will be optimal to trigger ovulation, stated Dr.Rohani Nayak (Centre
Head, Indira IVF clinic in Cuttack).
- The puncture of the oocytes-
The oocyte collection is carried out when the parameters of the ovarian stimulation are optimal. This takes place 36 hours after the injection of gonadotropin, by ovarian puncture. This is because the doctor directs a needle deep into the vagina
and passes through the wall to reach the ovaries using an ultrasound probe. The contents of the follicles are then aspirated, all this under intravenous sedation and local anesthesia. The fluids collected are examined and then placed in a
culture medium reproducing conditions similar to those encountered in the proboscis, confirmed, Dr. Rohani Nayak (Centre Head, Indira IVF centre in Cuttack).
When the procedure is complete, you are informed of the total number of eggs retrieved. On the same day, these eggs will be put in contact with the sperm in order to be fertilized and then to form embryos, said Dr. Rohani Nayak (Centre Head, Indira
IVF, IVF treatment in Cuttack).
- In Vitro Fertilization-
Insemination is carried out on the same day as the puncture of the oocytes. The eggs are brought into contact with the sperm in vitro in order to be fertilized and then to form embryos. Sometimes, the sperm are injected directly into the oocytes
to facilitate fertilization (ICSI). Then they are placed in an incubator at 37 ° C. The next day it is possible to observe the number of fertilized oocytes, but it is only 48 hours after the follicular puncture that the number of embryos obtained
can be known, stated Dr. Rohani Nayak (Centre Head, Indira IVF clinic in Cuttack).
- Embryo transfer-
Embryo transfer involves depositing one or more embryos inside the uterine cavity, usually 5 days after collection of the oocytes. This procedure requires the patient's bladder to be filled in order to obtain better visualization using the abdominal
ultrasound probe, shared Dr. Rohani Nayak (Centre Head, Indira IVF Test tube baby centre in Cuttack)
Waiting for the pregnancy test is often the most anxious time for patients undergoing IVF treatment. A blood test is done 12-14 days after the transfer. It accurately detects the pregnancy hormone (hCG) in your blood, and determines whether the in
vitro fertilization was successful or not, explained Dr. Rohani Nayak (Centre Head, Indira IVF, IVF cost in Cuttack).
If you, your partner or anyone you know is suffering from infertility and searching for the best IVF doctor in Cuttack or the best fertility clinic in Cuttack, then visit our newly opened fertility clinic and get
the right treatment for all your infertility problems.