Having a baby with the aid of the artificial process is certainly not new. This new thing is the fact that as a result of the new thinking about society, society has adopted the artificial process. After seeing most of the causes and results in of infertility, today many pregnancies are now being through with assistance from techniques. Such as for example ICSI, IVF, laser assisted hatching, etc.
When Jennifer, 47, came to India in 2004, the purpose of her was not to see the beauty of the Taj but to come here and conceive it was not possible in France. He contacted the doctor in India and spent 10 days coming here with his husband. With the help of Donor Egg here, he not only conceived but also gave birth to the child.
According to Dr. Ajay Murdia, Director of Indira Infertility and Test Tube Baby Center located in Udaipur, India is becoming the first choice of all in the area of infertility treatment. One of the major reasons for this is the availability of good medical facilities in less money.
Now there is no such medical practice which is happening abroad but can not be done in India. Patients from western countries are turning towards India for dental problems, caps and hip replacements and IVF and open heart surgery. In addition to the facility of good medical and commuting at low cost, the Internet Revolution has played an important role in this direction. India has got great success in providing world-class medical care at a nominal cost.
Since the IVF technology was launched in the ’90s, since then, more than 50 thousand children have been born through this technique. In the IVF technique, eggs are fertilized by the sperm from the ovaries outside the body by surgery. After 40 hours it is seen that whether or not the egg is fertilized by sperm and the cells are split in or not. After this, the fertilized egg is put back into the woman’s uterus.
In almost all processes, fertilization is done by joining the sperm in the laboratory itself. But it sounds as easy to hear and say, as it is during the experiment, it is as complex as it is during this process that one particular thing needs to be taken into account. The success of all these techniques depends on whether the embryo prepared in the laboratory has correctly transplanted the uterus.
According to Dr. Ajay Murdia, in fact, when the sperm and egg are added to the laboratory, the upper layer of fertilization eggs, which is called as Zona Pellucida, sometimes becomes stiff, which causes problems in transplanting the embryo. But the solution to this problem has now been solved by laser technology, which is called laser-assisted hatching or laser technique. This is a technique used only in the laboratory. The Jonah Pelucida layer allows the same sperm to enter the egg at once. It also protects Baron from the attacks of immune system cells. This layer protects the embryo until it reaches the blastocystic state.
With the help of a fine laser in laser assisted hatching technique, Zona Pelucida is opened slightly so that the upper surface of the embryo becomes somewhat vulnerable. This allows the embryo to get out of zona pellucida and be implanted correctly. In this, the embryo is placed inside the microscope, which means that the zona ie the surface can be easily seen. It is opened with the help of a laser. This laser nan is connected, i.e., that the embryo has no direct contact with the laser. The size of the opening of the embryo from the laser is increased. It is done very closely and specifically.
The laser is fired again so that the whole zona opens so that the fetus can easily get out from zona during the transplantation. But lasers are used so far so that they can not be destroyed. After doing this the likelihood of transplant success increases. Although this process of hatching was done earlier, it was done with acid, which kept the risk of fracture erosion. But with the help of laser today, it can be cheated without harming the fetus.
This technique is adopted in cases where failure by IVF or ICSI is handled. In addition to those patients who have fewer embryos and older women and in some diseases, in which the outer layer of the embryo is found hard. By taking this technique in them, the potential for success increases significantly.
There are many types of infertility. Especially in the case of birth and there are problems in pregnancy. In many cases, the first child is properly done, but it is difficult to have a second child. In today’s time, 20% of married couples have an infertility problem. In which 40% of the women and 30% are males. In this way, our aim is to ensure that more and more couples can get children through this modern technology and the latest equipment.
Now it is possible to become the father of those men with the technique of Insta cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), which is not equal to the number of sperms. In this, special medicines are given to the patient’s wife, from which she can produce many eggs. Then with the very simple technique of vaginal sonography, those eggs are separated from the woman’s body. With this painless process, the patient is completed with general anesthesia.
Once the eggs are separated, the husband is asked to deposit his semen sample. Then with the help of a special machine named micromanipulator, each egg is injected with the sperm from the sperm deposited by the husband. After this, the eggs are kept in the egg-bearing machine for 2 days. After 2 days, when embryonic (undeveloped baby) is ready, then it is placed in a thin tube and placed in the uterus.