In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a sophisticated set of treatments intended to improve fertility, avoid genetic issues, and aid in child conception. IVF involves removing mature eggs from ovaries and fertilising them in a laboratory using sperm. The fertilised egg (embryo) or eggs then transferred into a uterus. IVF takes roughly three weeks to complete one cycle. The process can take longer if these steps occasionally divided into separate in IVF embryo transfer process.
Embryo transfer technique using ultrasound guidance
For the woman, the embryo transfer process is remarkably comparable to a Pap smear. There shouldn’t be any discomfort, and no sedation or other medications are needed. For embryo transfer, we use a somewhat full bladder. It is advantageous in two key ways in IVF embryo transfer. It also opens the uterus to a more accommodating angle, making the operation more comfortable and less stressful for the uterine lining and the embryos. It enables good ultrasound imaging of the catheter, which aids in the smooth and proper transfer of the seeds to the ideal position.
The optimum position for embryo implantation during transfer
Find the best spot for the embryos in the uterine canal research conducted. The ideal location is essentially in the centre of the endometrial cavity, halfway between the internal os of the cervix and the uterine fundus. Prevent the catheter from dissecting beneath the endometrial surface between the top and bottom layers of endometrium. Subendometrial embryo transfer is what’s happening here. The insertion of the embryos subendometrially will result in pregnancies the success rates are lower. Efficient, seamless, and successful embryo transfer.