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IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)

In Vitro Fertilization procedure is more popularly known as IVF is basically a treatment for infertility. The treatment procedure involves a complex series of steps which is used for the treatment of infertility or other genetic problems which hinders the conception of a child. IVF assists couples in having a child by the retrieval of mature eggs from the ovaries of the females and then fertilised with sperm in a lab. Thus, the process of fertilisation is carried outside and later the embryo or the fertilised eggs are implanted into the uterus of the females. One complete of In Vitro Fertilization takes around two weeks of time.
IVF is one of the most preferred techniques for the treatment of infertility since it gives positive results and has a good success rate. In this effective form of assisted reproductive technology, the eggs of the individual and sperm of the partner can be used or eggs, sperm and embryo can be collected from an anonymous donor as well. At KARE, our expert professionals make sure to carry out the overall procedure in an efficient and effective way so as to yield positive results.


Why IVF is Done?

In Vitro Fertilization is done with the primary aim of treatment of infertility. It is a basic treatment of infertility for the females over 40 years of age or if both the partners have some existing health conditions which hinders the conception of a child.

Conditions Where IVF Help

IVF treatment plays a vital role if the females have any of the conditions listed below.

  • Damage of blockage of the fallopian tube which makes it very difficult for the egg to be fertilised by a sperm or for the embryo to go to the uterus
  • Any disorders in ovulation such as the periods are absent or infrequent where very few eggs are available for fertilisation
  • The loss of normal or usual ovarian function at an early age referred to as premature ovarian failure where the ovaries in the females are not able to produce the normal amounts of the hormone estrogen or produce the eggs on a regular basis for the purpose of fertilisation
  • Occurrence of endometriosis where the tissue of the uterus starts to grow outside the uterus as well, thereby affecting or interfering with the normal functioning of ovaries, fallopian tubes or uterus
  • The occurrence of uterine fibroids which are basically benign tumours in the wall of the uterus can affect or interfere with the proper implantation of the fertilised egg
  • Any previous removal or sterilisation of the tubes where the fallopian tubes are permanently cut or blocked for the permanent prevention of pregnancy
  • A non functional uterus in the women which does not allow conception

In all of the cases mentioned above In Vitro Fertilisation can be an ideal option of getting pregnant. In an addition to this, In Vitro Fertilisation can play a significant part in conception where unexplained fertility exists or if there are kinds of genetic disorders for which a couple is not being able to have kids.

Authored by Dr. Nirmal Krishnan

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