The woman egg’s is processed with the mans sperm outside the woman body. It is processed in the lab in a Petri-dish till the time it turns itself into an embryo. Once this is done, then it is planted inside the woman body and the pregnancy starts its process
The first test tube baby in Pakistan was born eleven years after the birth of Louise J. Brown in year 1988. It was a huge accomplishment, as it was not only the first test tube baby of Pakistan but also of South Asia.
At Australian Concept Infertility Center, our comprehensive approach ensures that each step is tailored to the unique needs of the individual or couple, maximizing the chances of a successful pregnancy. Here is a detailed breakdown of the IVF process:
Embarking on the journey of Test Tube Baby at Australian Concept Infertility Center involves a well-defined series of stages, each meticulously designed to enhance the chances of successful conception. Here is a detailed breakdown of the Test Tube Baby process:
Fertility Medications: If needed, the female partner undergoes ovarian stimulation using fertility medications to encourage the development of multiple eggs.
Monitoring: Hormonal levels and ultrasound monitoring are utilized to track follicular development and ensure optimal egg maturation.
Minor Surgical Procedure: When the eggs are mature, a minor surgical procedure is performed to retrieve them from the ovaries.
Synchronized Timing: Ensure synchronization with the male partner’s sperm preparation or sperm donor process.
Incubation: The fertilized eggs are cultured in advanced incubators, providing optimal conditions for embryo development.
Monitoring and Selection: Embryos are continuously monitored, and the healthiest candidates are selected for potential transfer.
Minimally Invasive Procedure: Selected embryos are gently transferred into the uterus through a minimally invasive procedure, often guided by ultrasound for precision.
Number of Embryos: The number of embryos transferred is determined based on factors such as the woman’s age, the quality of embryos, and specific patient circumstances.
Confirmation of Pregnancy: A positive pregnancy test may lead to subsequent ultrasound monitoring to confirm the implantation and development of the gestational sac.
Continued Monitoring: Ultrasound examinations are performed regularly throughout the early stages of pregnancy to track fetal development and ensure a positive outcome.
Timely Assessment: Approximately two weeks after embryo transfer, a pregnancy test is conducted to determine the success of the IVF procedure.
Blood Test or Home Pregnancy Kit: The test may involve a blood test for hCG levels or the use of a home pregnancy kit.
Hysteroscopy is a procedure in which the inside of uterus can be examined. It involves using a hysteroscope (a narrow telescope with camera and light at the end). With the help of it, images are sent to the monitor where the doctor can examine your womb, fallopian tubes, cervix and cervical canal. Hysteroscopy is quite helpful in assisted reproduction.
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