Friday, 4 December 2015

To Create Fertility: Should In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) be adopted?

For creating families, In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) turned into wonderful infertility treatment. In the early 1980s this process was used for developing a healthy embryo and transplants it into the woman’s uterus to make her pregnant. Some women were having a problem of eggs production. They cannot release in proper amount and some release but that were not considered as the quality eggs. Then doctors use the hormones to stimulate her ovarian to produce eggs in good quality. Then doctors use the eggs with sperms and in lab they combined them and embryo developed. After this process, there is another step of implantation in which healthy embryo is used to put into the woman’s uterus. 

Now a day also this same process is used to conceive. IVF failure cases also happened so much. Failure facts are collected and then this treatment again revised and now this has high success rate which is about 80% in old age woman.

Doctors have made it successful with their efforts and the faith of the people. In today’s time, in new IVF technique, viability of an embryo and woman is evaluated. It is predicted that woman is able to go for this treatment or not. This is very effective powerful treatment so there is need to check and it is a god practice to decrease the chances of IVF failure. Viability of an embryo is also examined through this the IVF process.

During the test when it is concluded that the IVF is safe for woman then she is allowed to go for this treatment. The whole process from stimulation of ovary to embryo formation is same as previous traditional IVF technique. The only difference is that after the development of embryos it is inspected that which embryo is better for implantation. This time test is conducted to analyze the best healthy embryo. This test is usually focused on mitochondria. 4-5 cells of embryos are taken for testing and then the levels of DNA mitochondria are checked. Then the healthy embryos are collected and one embryo is selected for transplantation into the woman’s uterus.

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