In-Vitro Fertilization is an Assisted Reproductive Technique that helps with fertilization, embryo development and implantation, making pregnancy easier. It is a safe technique with a high success rate in achieving a successful pregnancy and having a healthy child.
IVF is a term that is often heard in today’s times. Although a lot of apprehension clouds the term, advancement in science and technology has rendered the process simpler, safer and affordable that helps couple unlock the door to parenthood and realize their dreams.
Many couples willing to have their own child are still unable to become pregnant after first line therapy such as ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination, or reproductive surgery. For these couples, the next logical step is to explore the Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) popularly known as Test Tube Baby.
IVF is a technological process where several eggs are retrieved from a woman’s ovaries and then fertilized by the husband’s sperm outside the body in a controlled environment of the laboratory. The fertilized eggs then develop into embryos and these are returned to the woman’s uterus, by a procedure called embryo transfer.
High Pregnancy Rate
Compared to other forms of assisted reproductive techniques such as IUI, IVF has more success rate due to technological advances.
With more research and development, the notion that IVF is one of the most expensive methods has been put to rest. It is easily available and affordable.
IVF has grown since the time it was found and has a safe track record in terms of its treatment
State of the art IVF lab
Janisthaa offers the State-of-the-Art IVF Lab, following its mission of providing the best treatment to its clients.
It is necessary to take certain medications during the IVF cycle in order to prepare the body for the treatment. The instructions for each medication vary from patient to patient. The medical team at fertility clinic will analyze your case closely to determine which medications to use, what dosage to take, when to administer the medications and how long to take them.
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