With advancement in Science, there is cure for most of the health problems and so dealing with fertility problems is also not a big deal, nowadays. Couples who are suffering from fertility problems can also give birth to their baby. In vitro fertilization is one such effective fertility treatment option. Although this treatment is little expensive, you can still find low-cost infertility treatment in Ludhiana.
What is In vitro fertilization (IVF)?
In vitro fertilization is a procedure in which an egg (or eggs) is fertilized by sperm outside the body in a laboratory. This treatment option is one of the most commonly used high-tech fertility treatments that account for approximate of more than 99 percent of assisted reproductive technology (ART) procedures. So, couples who are unable to conceive due to some problems can go ahead for this treatment option.
What happens in IVF?
Do you know what happens in the procedure of IVF? Well, it is a fertility treatment that is performed by combining sperm and eggs of the parents in a laboratory. Then the embryo resulting from combination of sperm and eggs are assessed for quality, and then they are placed in uterus through the cervix. Generally, it takes about two weeks to complete one cycle of IVF.
Your own eggs and your partner’s sperm are used generally for this procedure. But depending on the condition, procedure may involve eggs or sperms from your known or any unknown donor. While in some cases, a gestational carrier (woman who has an embryo implanted in her uterus) may be used.
Who can look for IVF treatment?
There are many IVF centres in India (including centre for in vitro fertilisation, Ludhiana) that offer this treatment to couples who are facing difficulty in conceiving.
Couples can look for this treatment option under following conditions-
• If female partner is suffering from endometriosis or if there is some problem in her fallopian tubes and uterus.
• If the process of ovulation is not taking place in women.
• If male partner has low sperm count.
• If sperms are unable to penetrate and survive in cervical mucus.