(In-Vitro Fertilization) is a technique that uses a mix of drugs and technique to aid sperm in fertilising an egg and the fertilised egg (or embryo) in implantation into the uterus. It's a quick, easy process that doesn't call for anaesthesia. A blood test is performed two weeks after the embryo transfer to see if its

Ferticare - IVF process!

From the day you start taking the medicine until the pregnancy test, an IVF cycle lasts around one month. This process comprises the monitoring of ovarian stimulation, egg harvesting, preparation of the semen, fertilisation, making embryo(baby) , culture of the embryos, and embryo transfer. Find out more about prices.

  • 1) First Consultation

    The IVF process begins with the conception consultation, which is also an opportunity tolearn more about your fertility. It comprises a medical history review, an ultrasound, a fertility hormone blood test, and a customised treatment plan.

  • 2) Customized Treatment Plan

    After receiving the findings of your visit, our certified reproductive medicine specialist will suggest a custom strategy. Before starting the stimulation process, a few further tests might be done. Before you start, your fertility care team will explain how to deliver the hormone injections at home to you.

  • 3) Stimulation Protocol (Day 1-13)

    In order to stimulate your ovaries and encourage them to produce more eggs, you will administer tiny hormone injections to yourself at home. You will undergo frequent blood tests and scans during this procedure, which lasts for 10 to 14 days on average, to check how the medications are working and alter the dosage as necessary.

    A fertility doctor will administer a trigger shot to you once your hormones and follicles are in the ideal range so that your eggs may finish maturing and begin the ovulation process. About 36 hours before your egg retrieval, this takes place.

  • 4) Egg & Sperm Collection (Day 14)

    For 10 to 15 minutes, you will be asleep (under anaesthesia) while a doctor gathers your eggs. Although you might feel a bit discomfort afterwards, most women return to their regular activities the next day. Usually, a male's semen sample is taken on the same day as your egg retrieval. An embryologist will place the eggs and sperm into an incubator to fertilise them after the egg retrieval and sperm collection. Any resultant embryos are allowed to grow for 3-5 days while being carefully examined for quality.

  • 5) Transferring embryos (Day 19)

    The best embryo(s) are reinserted into your uterus three to five days after your retrieval. The transfer does not require sedation because it just takes a few minutes and usually causes little to no discomfort. Exceptional embryos that aren't transplanted can be preserved for later use.

    Please take note that if extra genetic testing for your embryos is advised, you could have to wait up to one month between retrieval and transfer.

  • 6) Test for Pregnancy (Day 28)

    You'll perform a pregnancy test about 9 to 11 days following the transfer to see whether the embryo is transforming into a foetus. The following steps will be outlined for you by your fertility care team, who will also make arrangements for the necessary support.

    It's crucial to remember that more than one cycle is frequently required; the typical number of cycles is 2.5, although this might vary greatly.


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