IVF is a process to make a baby in the lab. It uses the same genetic material as the parents and then puts the baby embryo back inside the mother’s womb to deliver the baby naturally. Sometimes, IVF may involve known or anonymous donor eggs or donor sperm to make the baby embryo in the lab.
How is it done?
A couple trying to be parents can go for an IVF when their chances of conception are naturally less.
Steps involved in IVF are as follows –
An IVF process cycle takes three weeks usually or longer if the process is split up. With high rates of success, IVF is the most effective type of assisted reproductive technology.
IVF can be done using a couple’s own eggs and sperm. Or IVF may involve eggs, sperm or embryos from a known or anonymous donor.
For the women of 40 or more years, IVF is a primary treatment for infertility. IVF is also done if you have health conditions.
IVF is your option when you or your partner has:
Understanding the risk involved in IVF can help you make a better decision in the beginning.
Get in touch with our specialised staff for detailed information about the costs at each step of the procedure. At Kinder, our competitive prices allows
A clinic’s success rate depends on many factors. These include patients’ ages and medical issues, as well as the clinic’s treatment population and treatment approaches. Before beginning a cycle of IVF using your own eggs and sperm, you and your partner will likely need various screenings, including: