In Vitro Fertilization (In-Vitro meaning “in glass”) is a complex technique where an egg is fertilized in a laboratory, and three to five days later it is transferred to the uterus with a catheter.
The sperm used has been subjected to the ICSI / PICSI procedure to ensure its suitability for in vitro fertilization and can be performed by the traditional method or by intracytoplasmic injection (ICSI). This IVF service is recommended for couples who have had several rounds of IVF without success, people with obstruction or absence of fallopian tubes, or people with endometriosis.
Anblocks that an embryo can attach to the wall of the uterus, have to come out of its outer protective layer. Assisted incubation is a complementary technique to IVF / ICSI, where a small hole is opened in the embryonic membrane to weaken it, improving the chances that the embryo will hatch and result in fewer failed implants.
How can In Vitro Fertilization help?
This technique is recommended when couples have: