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firoz khan

seo | Posted 26 Mar, 2019 |

What is Ivf?

Daniel shaw

@Medical Assistant | Posted 04 Jul, 2019

IVF stands for In-Vitro Fertilization. It consists of a series of procedures that are used for the treatment of genetic or fertility problems while assisting the conception of a child. One of the most effective forms of assisted reproductive technology, IVF procedures can be conducted using a woman’s own eggs and her partner’s *****. It can also be done by taking the eggs, ***** or embryos from a known or unknown donor.

There are some cases where a gestational carrier (a woman with an embryo implanted in the uterus) can be used. During IVF, mature eggs are retrieved from a woman’s ovaries and fertilized with the sperms in the lab. Once it has been fertilized, the egg or eggs are implanted back in the uterus. A cycle of IVF can take about 2 weeks. Since it is a long process, so you need to consult Experienced IVF Specialists, as process divided into 3 parts Pre, During and  Post Process.

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SUMIT Sharma

Health Blogger | |Updated 19 Jun, 2019

For couples who are unable to conceive naturally, IVF is one of the best options to increase their chances of becoming parents. IVF or In Vitro Fertilization is suggested in case of any reproductive issues like damaged fallopian tubes, or any other issue. After trying all possible options to conceive, IVF is recommended to help a couple have a baby. Here is the complete article to go through.

Divya user

Blogger | Posted 16 May, 2019

IVF refers to In-Vitro fertilization that is an Assisted Reproductive Technique used by childless couples who are planning to have a baby. In this process, the egg and ***** are fertilized in vitro that is inside a laboratory. There are a number of IVF specialists in India who are helping families in overcoming infertility and becoming parents. 

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Ananya Baskaran

Home Maker | |Updated 27 Mar, 2019

IVF is a medical procedure whereby an egg is fertilized by ***** in a test tube or elsewhere outside the body.
The process involves monitoring and stimulating a woman's ovulatory process, removing an ***** or ova from the woman's ovaries and letting ***** fertilise them in a liquid in a laboratory.