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Embryo / Oocyte Vitrification protocol

                                               Vitrification allows us to store eggs and embryos very efficiently ! This is a challenging technique - and this article describes why we have such high success rates when we use this in our clinic This tech...

Implantation bleeding in IVF | Post- embryo transfer

Implantation bleeding is a pink or brown vaginal discharge which some women may observe 3-7 days after embryo transfer. This discharge occurs when the embryo implants in the uterus, which is why it is referred to as implantation bleeding. As the embryo grows, it invad...

Interpret HCG levels after embryo transfer | HCG level to reveal pregnancy

Can the level of HCG in the blood tell me whether my pregnancy is a healthy one or not? Yes - but only to a certain extent. The HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) hormone is a remarkable molecule which is very unusual because it is produced only by the cells that will...

Donor Eggs and Donor Embryos

  What about using donor sperm, donor eggs and donor embryos in an IVF cycle ? Donor Sperms, Donor Eggs and Donor Embryos Couples with no sperm or eggs can undergo IVF and GIFT with the use of donor sperm or eggs. For IVF, cryopreserved donor sperm are processed in t...

When Freezing Embryos is a Bad Idea.

In the past, the pregnancy rate with frozen embryos was poor, because a lot of these embryos would die as a result of the freezing and thawing process. The standard method was called slow freezing, and when the embryos were thawed, the ice crystals in the cyto...

Should you be transferring fresh or frozen embryos ?

What care should you take after your embryo transfer ?

How many embryos should I transfer ?

                                                                             Deciding how many embryos to transfer remains the most difficult decision patients and doctors need to make in an IVF cycle. In a perfect world, if IVF technology ensured a 100% pregnancy rate...

Embryos and Eggs Verification Technique

There are 2 methods of Cryopreservation of your Embryos and Eggs: Vitrification and Slow Freezing. Understanding the pros and cons of these processes will help you decide which is best suited for your condition. Why we prefer Vitrification over Slow Freezing for cryopr...

Advantage- Frozen Embryos

When a couple begins their IVF journey at our clinic, the first thing we do is educate and counsel them. In many ways, this is the foundation of the procedure and what we discuss with them at the outset will help them get through some rough patches along the way. In a...