- Fertility World in Saket is the most prominent IVF center.
- Lowest IVF cost starting at just Rs.90,000/- only.
- Best certified IVF center at World standards.
- Offers advanced IVF treatments at low packages.
- Produces highest IVF pregnancies success rate up to 100%
- Offers full range infertility services under one roof.
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How does IVF treatment proceed at the Fertility World in Saket?
IVF abbreviated as In-Vitro Fertilization is the second alternative option for many infertile couples after failing in natural pregnancy or to avoid genetic disease passing to a child. We count an IVF ‘cycle’ as one round of IVF treatment. The cycle begins on day 1 of your period and ends with your pregnancy blood test. At Fertility World IVF center, the IVF treatments are performed in the following steps respectively:
1. Ovulation Induction: At first up to 8 to 14 days you will be injected with fertility drugs such as follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) which boosts the natural levels of these hormones to encourage more than one egg to develop (stimulation) per month. Our fertility specialist will monitor your ovaries and follicles development through blood tests and ultrasounds throughout the cycle. You’ll be monitored more frequently at the end of the stimulation phase for timing the “trigger injection” perfectly. Trigger timing is crucial, as the fertility specialist has to undergo egg removal before you ovulate.
2. Egg removal/retrieval: This step is performed in a hospital where the embryologist collects the egg from the ovaries. You may be sedated with general anesthesia to let you sleep for 20 to 30 minutes during the egg removal. The embryologist uses advanced ultrasound technology that guides a needle into each ovary to be retrieved. This needle has a device attached to it that suctions the egg out at a time. It is a very delicate procedure, our skilled embryologist performed egg pick up precisely. The eggs are invisible to the naked eye, they are contained within the fluid-filled follicles in your ovaries. The average number of eggs retrieved is between 8 to 15, the numbers picked up also depend on your age and clinical history.
3. Sperm collection: If you’re a couple and planning to use your husband’s sperm, your partner will provide a sperm sample via masturbation. Also, you can use donor sperm, preserved sperm. The sperm are then put through a high-speed wash and spin cycle to find the healthiest sperm. Our specialist will provide you with the best viable sperm under a powerful microscope.
The viable sperm is not too fat nor too thin, it’s tail is not too long nor too short having a normal morphology. It requires great skills to identify a viable shape and size of the sperm where our specialists are well acquainted with it.
4. Fertilization and embryo development: The most viable sperm prepared are then combined with the retrieved eggs in the laboratory under a culture medium in Petri-plates or test tube fertilization outside the body (IVF) or known as a test-tube baby. The sperm are united with the egg via the conventional method (inseminating) or using intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). The method of Fertilization is directed by the experts based on your situation to optimize higher chances of pregnancy.
After insemination, inseminated eggs are placed in culture incubators to assess for fertilization for about 17 hours. After identifying 2 pronuclei, the embryo is developed. The developing embryos are kept in perfect conditions under special amino acids, nutrients that are normally present in our body for embryo development. The embryo is observed for 5 to 6 days
- A two- to four-cell embryo on day two
- A six- to eight-cell embryo on day three
- An embryo of roughly 100 cells by day five or six (Blastocyst stage)
5. Embryo implantation: A developed blastocyst stage embryo is selected for implantation into your uterus. Before implantation, you may be prescribed another medication for preparing the lining of your uterus. The Doctor will place the embryos into your uterus using a catheter, this process also takes place under the doctor’s office while you are awake. Multiple embryos may be implanted into your uterus in the hope that at least one will implant itself in the lining of your uterus and begin to develop. In some cases, more than one embryo ends up implanting which can produce twins. This step is a very simple process and takes about only 5 minutes
6. The pregnancy blood test: After about 2 weeks of embryo transfer, a blood test is conducted to measure the levels of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), which indicates a positive pregnancy. After confirmed pregnancy, you can carry your pregnancy as naturally as others, and continue your daily activities. You will be scheduled for a check-up to know the health and heartbeat of your baby.
Benefits of IVF
- IVF builts many families who would be otherwise unable to conceive
- It has been used for a long time and has a successful safe track record
- IVF is more successful than IUI and other forms of ART
- It can help single women and same-sex couples
- IVF can help to diagnose fertilization problems
- Unused embryos can be donated to research or another couple.
- Embryos can be used to screen for inherited diseases.
- IVF can be used by anybody
IVF with Donor Eggs
If couples cannot get pregnant using the woman’s eggs for in-vitro fertilization, there is a higher chance of considering using donor eggs or donor embryos. Donor eggs produce a higher success rate up to 100% to carry a child and give birth than using the self egg. You may be a candidate to undergo IVF with donor eggs if you have any of the following conditions:
- Premature ovarian failure: A condition where menopause has started much earlier than usual, typically before age 40
- Diminished ovarian reserve: The eggs that you possess are of low quality; this can often be caused by age because fertility drops off steeply after 40.
- Genetically transmitted diseases could be passed on to your child.
- A previous failure with IVF treatment, especially when your doctor suggests that the quality of your eggs may be the problem.
The use of donor eggs is becoming more popular, especially among women over 40 years. In 2020, over 52% of all assisted reproduction techniques using fresh donor eggs resulted in a healthy birth. At age 40 and above girls have decreased fertility potential compared to that observed in younger girls. There are some ways in that IVF can assist, these are:
- IVF Treatment
- IVF with genetic testing
- IVF with donor eggs
Most egg donors remain anonymous, but some couples wish to know their egg donor and take legal steps to contract for the donation of the eggs. If the donor knows the couple, the donor may wish to receive updates once the child is born or may even request visits. An egg donor contract specifies no future relationship should always be used, even when the donor is a close friend or relative.
Ask your fertility clinic if they have available donors that they have already screened. Because some clinics have long waiting lists, you may prefer to find a donor through one of many egg donor agencies and registries. Finding a donor yourself can be faster than going through a busy clinic, but there is a serious disadvantage: You will have to interview the donor yourself rather than having a professional screen and evaluate them.
IVF with Donor Sperms
IVF with Donated sperm is used by couples where there is no possibility of retrieving sperm naturally or by a surgical procedure from a male partner, or low sperm quality, abnormalities in shape and size of the sperm. The donor sperm is used to either inseminate the woman’s egg (IUI) or to fertilize her eggs in an IVF process. The couple is counseled together about the implications and process involved in such a treatment.
All donor sperm samples are procured from the established and registered sperm banks at Fertility World. These sperm samples are from young healthy fertile donors that have been screened for viral infections and common genetic disorders. No fresh donors or known donors should ever be used.
IVF with Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)
Individuals who have already undergone more than one IVF cycle and have frozen embryos leftover, past attempts at embryo transfers, or IVF can provide many embryos for future attempts. A frozen embryo transfer (FET) is a type of advanced IVF treatment where a cryopreserved embryo created in a full IVF cycle is thawed and implanted into the uterus. FET typically uses extra embryos that a couple has from a previous conventional IVF cycle. A cryopreserved embryo can also be a donor embryo.
Frozen Embryo Transfers (IVF-FET) are 20% more likely to result in a live birth than a fresh one. Frozen embryo transfers require preparation of the uterus, so preparing correctly is essential to increase your chances of a successful live birth post-IVF FET. For patients 35 or younger, there is an 80% pregnancy rate per embryo transfer, whereas women over the age of 40 have a 40% pregnancy rate per embryo transfer.
What is the age limit for IVF?
Advance in the age of the women in IVF treatments is the major factor that can affect its success rate. For girls aged less than 35, the success rate is around 55-60%, while for females older than 35, the success rate is generally 40-45%.
- Many IVF clinics set an upper age limit for IVF treatment when using their eggs.
- The maximum age limit for women using their eggs for IVF is 45 years.
- Donor eggs are generally utilized up to the age of 49 years.
Why should you go for IVF treatments?
There can be several factors that indicate you go for IVF treatments. If you’re unable to conceive naturally, you may have the following conditions:
- lifestyle factors ( eating habits, drugs, alcohol, smoke).
- Damage of the fallopian tube or Blockage
- Ovulation disorders
- Uterine Fibroids
- Previous tubal sterilization or removal
- Impaired sperm production or function (male)
- Unexplained infertility.
IVF SUCCESS RATE AT FERTILITY WORLD IN SAKET
|IVF SUCCESS RATE||PERCENTAGE|
|IVF With Donor Eggs||80 to 99%%|
|IVF With Self Eggs||70%|
|IVF With Donor Sperms||70%|
|IVF With Self Sperms||75%|
|IVF With ICSI||85%|
|IVF With FET||60%|
|IVF with PESA||55%|
|IVF with PGD||43%|
What is the Cost of IVF at Fertility World in Saket?
We offer the cost of IVF and associated advanced IVF treatments at very reasonable and affordable prices starting from Rs. 90,000/– only. Moreover, we provide free of cost consultation on your first appointment and up to 10% concession from the overall IVF packages. We are very much interested in listening to your stories and are open to answering any questions that you might have regarding this complex procedure. You can count on us to help you gain the most beautiful experience of parenthood.
If you want to know more about the IVF procedure, its cost, share your stories, you can always book an appointment with the Fertility World. Contact us for Advanced IVF Treatment.