Techniques in in vitro fertilization


Ovulation Induction

Superovulation includes using Gonadotropins to stimulate follicular developement.This requires the rigorous application of endocrine monitoring and the adoption of the newly developed techniques of ultrasound ovarian imaging, which have led to major advances in the clinical management of superovulation cycles.

Oocyte retrieval

Transvaginal Ovum Retrieval (OCR) is the process whereby a small needle is inserted through the vagina and guided via ultrasound into the ovarian follicles to collect the fluid that contains the eggs.

Conventional IVF

IVF is an acronym for in vitro fertilization ( in vitro meaning in glass ). Simply put IVF is adding a man s sperm to his female partners eggs in the laboratory to produce embryos. In vitro fertilization is an option for many couples who cannot conceive through conventional therapies. These embryos are put back in to the female partner s uterus (womb) after 3 to 5 days of being in the incubator hopefully they will grow in to a baby. The reason of IVF is done include - poor sperm quality and or quality obstructions between the egg and the sperms , ovulation problems and the sperm egg interaction problems. these problems can prevent couples having a baby naturally and IVF helps to solve this, conventional IVF success rate is about 50% to 60%.