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Blastocyst Culture

 

Matrika Medicare is one of the best sources, where you can find all in one solution for IVF treatment. The center is associated with a large number of expert doctors and professionals who can meet all your needs easily. Talking about the solution, Blastocyst is one of its kind.

Blastocyst embryo transfer is a kind of specialized In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) technique. Here, in this procedure an embryo is cultured to the blastocyst stage and it is finally transferred to the womb. In this stage, an embryo that has been cultured normally moves out of the fallopian tube and enters into the uterus. The advantage of this attempt is to grow the embryos to the blastocyst stage. This would also bring up a greater chance of implantation. In this stage, the phase of embryo developments can easily match the uterine environment and as a result, this will minimize the risk of multiple pregnancies.

After the embryos are transferred to your uterus, IVF procedure seems to be completed, but medically, a cycle has just started. However, one should know what happens after the embryo gets transferred and what is the actual procedure of getting pregnant? Just after the embryo gets transferred to the woman’s womb, the process of conception starts and these are explained below.

  • In the first day after the embryos are transferred, the cells start getting divided. In this process, the blastocyst starts beginning to emerge from its shell
  • In the second day, it is the time when the embryo starts getting attached to the uterine lining and the blastocyst continues to grow.
  • The 3rd day, blastocyst invades into the uterine lining and the next process is implantation and the woman might experience light bleeding and spotting.
  • On the fourth day, the blastocyst continues to dig deeper into the uterus and the same light bleeding might continue. This could be because the embryo invades the endometrial blood vessels.
  • On the 5th day, implantation is considered to be complete and the embryo starts developing vigorously.
  • It is on 6th day when the growing embryo starts triggering to release human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) into the bloodstream.
  • On the 7th day, the foetus starts developing and it is in full swing. Besides, the embryo also continues to develop quickly. Moreover, as the placenta begins to take shape, it continues to release more HCG into the bloodstream. It is in the 8th day, more HCG is released into the blood. This helps in fetal development
  • On the 9th day, the levels of the hormone HCG becomes high enough in the bloodstream. This is the time when one can take a home pregnancy test.
Why blastocyst transfer is required?

Blastocyst transfer is required for couples who have previous failed IVF cycles. In day 2/day 3 embryo transfer, the embryos are in the early stage of development and implant might not result in a successful pregnancy. Therefore, the embryos are cultured in the lab for two to three days more to reach the blastocyst stage and then implanted into the uterus of the woman for conception. Matrika Medicare has a team of experts who can boast of a very good success rate of Blastocyst embryo transfer in India

Benefits of Blastocyst transfer:

In day 2 /day 3 embryo transfer the chance of multiple pregnancies is more as a number of embryos are transferred. But in Blastocyst, less number of embryos are transferred minimizing the chance of multiple pregnancies. Some of the embryos might not last till the Blastocyst stage and only healthier embryos would survive, resulting in increased chances of successful implantation. Matrika is the best guide in Surrogacy and IVF and is here to advise you to find solutions regarding infertility. We have tie-ups with all the reputed blastocyst embryo transfer hospitals.

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