Universal Shrushti fertility center provides one of the finest and most complete Blastocyst transfers in Hyderabad for the purpose of helping infertile couples with reproductive treatments.
Blastocyst Transfer Treatment in Hyderabad
In the process of an embryo transfer known as a blastocyst transfer, one or more embryos that have already reached a highly advanced stage of development known as the blastocyst stage are transferred. After oocyte retrieval and ICSI, this is often performed on the fifth day, although it may also be done on the sixth day in certain cases. Following the procedure known as follicular aspiration, in which the eggs are extracted from an ovary, they are fertilized in a laboratory setting. This Universal Shrushti fertility center provides one of the finest and most complete Blastocyst transfers in Hyderabad y be accomplished via the use of conventional in vitro fertilization (IVF) or by the use of the intracytoplasmic sperm injection technique (ICSI).
A fertilized egg will begin to divide and grow into an embryo very immediately after the process of fertilization has taken place. The following is a list of the phases of development:
- On day one, the pronuclear stage of the cell’s development (fertilized egg)
- On the second day, the two- to the four-cell stage of development.
- The stage of eight cells, which occurs on the third day
- The blastocyst stage on the fourth day and the morula stage on the fourth day of development
After egg harvesting, the infertility specialist or the attending physician will next implant one or more embryos into the uterus of the female patient around 2–3 days later.
The embryos can also grow in an incubator until the fifth day, which is called the blastocyst stage. When a doctor puts an embryo that has reached this stage into a woman’s uterus, this is called a “blastocyst transfer.”
The blastocyst culturing process involves transferring a fresh or frozen embryo 5 or 6 days after the eggs are taken instead of the usual 2 or 3 days. When they are five or six days old, blastocysts are frozen. Blastocyst cultures need the best conditions in the lab, a culture solution that helps blastocysts grow, and a clean place to grow them. 60% of fertilized eggs make it to the blastocyst stage on average.
We are able to select embryos for transfer that have continued to divide and develop because we have been culturing the embryos for a longer period of time (the prolonged cultivation). This allows embryologists to select the best embryos possible in terms of both quality and morphology. In the process known as extended culture, the embryos are incubated for a further four to five days before being transferred to the uterus. At this point, the embryo already contains more than one hundred cells, and at the time of transfer, it is either in the morula or blastocyst stage.
The efficiency with which embryos may be selected is one of the primary benefits of blastocyst culture. This is because only the embryos with the greatest potential for development are allowed to progress to the blastocyst stage. The transfer of a blastocyst rather than an embryo that is still in the stage of cell division has been shown to have a better success rate in inducing pregnancy, and fresh embryo transfer and frozen embryo transfer have been shown to be the most dependable methods.
When it is best to go with Blastocyst Culture
At US Fertility we have seen an increase in the number of patients requesting blastocyst transfer over the past few years. Previous research has shown that transferring these more fully developed embryos increases the likelihood of a successful pregnancy and live birth. The blastocyst culture is appropriate for those female patients who are under 37 years of age, have a normal day of 3FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) level, and have a strong desire to exclude any potential for pregnancy with triplets.