New Technologies in IVF & Their Benefits by Best IVF Doctors in Delhi
In these modern times, medicine has undergone a whole range of technological improvements and is constantly evolving. Huge sums of money are spent every year on scientific research and development in the medical field for the benefit of mankind. The reproduction orbit is no exception. Thanks to novel radical technologies and highly-qualified medical experts, we have now learned the proper methods and procedures to pick reproductive cells to select only the highest quality ones to increase the chances of attaining a positive pregnancy.
The latest technological know-how available today allows parents to comfortably postpone the birthing process when the situation necessitates it. Modern cryoconservation (vitrification) procedures make it possible to postpone parenthood for social or medical reasons. In addition, expectant parents can now have peace of mind about their child’s health, especially if a member of the family has a genetic disorder. Modern technology plays an important role in helping IVF doctors in Delhi to examine all chromosomes and detect abnormalities at the embryonic stage.
Some Modern-day IVF Technologies Used by Best IVF Doctors in Delhi That Could Benefit You
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
This is the latest procedure utilized by Baby Joy’s doctors for IVF to improve IVF success rates. PRP is used to treat individuals who have had repeated implantation failures or failed IVF due to a thin endometrium. The endometrium, the lining of the uterus, must be sufficiently thickened and supplied with blood for the embryo to implant. If this is not the case, the embryo may have little chance of attaching to the uterus.
During the PRP process, your IVF doctor extracts high concentrations of platelets from a person’s blood sample. PRP promotes spontaneous tissue healing and increases the quality and thickness of the uterine lining.
PICSI (Physiological Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection)
PICSI is recommended by doctors for IVF treatment when there has been a history of repeated miscarriages, low fertilization rates after ICSI, poor embryo quality, or problems with sperm DNA. This is a test performed in an IVF laboratory that helps with sperm selection.
Not all sperm examined under normal conditions are DNA competent or have the physiological (innate) ability to fertilize an egg. PICSI allows the selection of sperm that are healthy and physiologically normal for ICSI. These sperm are less likely to have chromosomal abnormalities and produce a healthy embryo.
Vitrification of Oocytes or Egg Freezing
Vitrification is a novel technology that has shown to be a breakthrough in the science of egg freezing. Women who want to start a family later in life can get their eggs frozen. Women at risk of premature menopause can also preserve their eggs to have the option of having their own genetic children later in life.
In vitrification, our best doctors for IVF freeze oocytes in liquid nitrogen to -196°C in seconds. These eggs can be frozen and utilized for IVF years later. This means that a younger egg can be utilized, which is just as effective as a fresh egg in an IVF round.
IVM (in vitro maturation)
This treatment allows women with conditions such as polycystic ovarian disease to have children. Due to the inherent hormonal imbalance, women with PCOS often produce immature eggs during IVF cycles. IVM is a laboratory procedure that works with immature eggs to mature them outside the body. This helps develop the eggs to the point where they can be fertilized by sperm. Mature eggs are more likely to develop into embryos than immature eggs. This method has positively changed fertility treatment in the laboratory.
PGS is aneuploidy screening in which the chromosomes of embryos created by IVF or ICSI are examined for common defects. Chromosomal abnormalities are a leading cause of embryo failure to implant and miscarriage. PGS is recommended in women over 35 years of age who are at increased risk of having a child with a chromosomal disorder (such as Down syndrome), in patients with a family history of chromosomal problems, in patients with a history of repeated miscarriages, and in patients who have had multiple implantation failures with IVF.
In IVF treatment, embryos are created throughout the procedure. A trained embryologist removes one or two cells (blastomeres) from the embryo on day 3 or day 5/6 of development; this is the embryo biopsy step. This biopsied cell is taken to a genetics lab for chromosomal analysis. After a few weeks, you will receive a report listing which embryos were affected and which were not. The defective embryos are destroyed, while the undamaged embryos are transferred to the patient.
PGD allows those who have a hereditary disease in their family to not pass it on to their offspring. The procedure entails testing the genes and chromosomes of IVF embryos. PGD can screen for almost every genetic problem for which a specific gene is known to be the cause. Over 250 genetic disorders such as thalassemia, cystic fibrosis, breast cancer, and myotonic dystrophy can now be tested for.
Up until the embryo biopsy stage, the technique for PGD is the same as for PGS. In an external laboratory, the biopsied cell is tested for the presence or absence of the disease-causing gene. As with PGS, the report is available after a few weeks and indicates whether or not the embryos have the gene. Normal embryos are transferred instead of the disease affected embryos.
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