InVitro Fertilization (IVF)

InVitro Fertilization (IVF) is an Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) procedure used to treat a range of fertility problems. In IVF, the womans ovaries are stimulated with medications and then the physician will surgically remove eggs from the woman’s ovaries through the vaginal under ultrasound guidance, and the collected eggs are fertilized with sperm in the embryology laboratory.

Once the egg is fertilized, the embryos are nutured for 3 or 5days in the incubator before the embryos are transferred into the woman’s womb to implant and develop into a pregnancy. IVF treatment can take place using the patient’s eggs and husband sperm or with the use of donor eggs or donor sperm.

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