Embryo Transfer

embryo transfer

A maximum of 2-3 embryos may be transferred in each cycle after full discussion with the patient in order to reduce the risk of multiple pregnancies. The procedure takes place in the operating theater but anesthesia is not usually necessary. Very rarely four embryos are transferred. A speculum is placed in the vagina and the cervix is exposed and cleaned with sterile water.

The embryos are then drawn up in to a catheter, which is then carefully and gently inserted through the carvix (neck of the womb) into the uterus. After transfer, the catheter is carefully checked by the embryologist to make sure that all the embryos have been carefully transferred. Embryo transfer is done under ultrasound guidance.

If you have failed IVF in the past, we can use advanced technology to maximize your chances of getting pregnant. We at Prashanth Fertility Research Centre, would like to see each and every patient go back home with their bundle of joy and see “that” smile on their faces. Our dedicated staff is here to make sure your stay at Prashanth is pleasant and comfortable.

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