What preparation is required before embryo transfer?

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Motherhood fertility centre, the best fertility center Hyderabad. Because of its success rate the clinic is considered as the best IVF centre in Hyderabad. We provide some loving energy to your womb by our various treatments to solve your infertility. That’s why it is also considered as a top egg donation centre or top test-tube baby centre in Hyderabad.

Although the infertility specialists of Motherhood fertility centre guide you in in vitro fertilization treatment, there are some steps you should take to prepare yourself for the embryo transfer or embryo donation process, which helps you to get the best possibility of success.

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Look into blastocyst transfer

Maybe embryos are transferred in vitro fertilization treatment after three to seven days of culturing in the laboratory of Motherhood fertility centre. After a minimum of five days of growth, blastocysts are embryos on the older side of that range. New development procedures have made it easier to bring embryos to the blastocyst transfer fertilization process before the transfer has occurred.

Instead of early-stage embryos, the transferring of blastocysts permits more time to monitor the quality of the embryo. Now, the infertility specialist can find the best embryos for transfer, that helps to enhance the chances of success. The process of blastocyst transfer also more closely equal to the process of a “natural” pregnancy: by day five of a naturally fertilized development of embryo’s, it would just be leaving the fallopian tubes for the uterus, and then uterine lining should be at its most receptive position to implantation at this point.

Consider embryo screening

Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) is a process, by using which we can check that embryos have the right number of chromosomes or not. This allows the infertility specialists to screen for a wide range of genetic mutations known as aneuploidy (missing or extra chromosomes) that can be a reason for implantation failure.

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) process is used to screen for single-gene disorders or for chromosomal translocations, where chromosomes parts are rearranged. It is usually performed when a patient is concerned about specific diseases like:

  • Tay Sachs
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Fragile X and other severe genetic disorders
  • It will also identify aneuploidy

PGS and PGD are performed in the laboratory of Motherhood fertility centre by the infertility specialists and will be doing the implantation with very little risk of damage to the embryo.

Investigate the Embryo Scope

In case you do not want genetic testing of your embryos but still want more insights into the health and development of it since they are cultured and developed in the laboratory only, you may want to look into the usage of new time-lapse photography technology. A unique incubator called Embryo Scope takes photos of the embryos in every five minutes and puts those photographs together into time-lapse films. Now the embryologist can see how the cells divide and develop. Recognizing patterns at some points during the culturing process can help to decide which embryos have the best chance of implantation after transfer or blastocyst transfer fertilization process.

You can consult with our infertility specialist in Hyderabad about estrogen and progesterone supplementation.

Hormone supplementation should be carefully managed in both before and after the transfer, which can help to prepare and support the endometrial lining so that the embryo has a perfect environment for implantation and early development.