The unique feature of our Genesis Fertility Research Centre ( MMCH ) as far as the Infertility and IVF LABORATORY - SCIENTIFIC WORK are concerned is, it is a complete self satisfied set up, sufficiently furnished with essential, standard and latest equipments for BLASTOCYST CULTURE (http://www.ivfgenesis.com/
We are pioneers in the most versatile Embryo Culture Method called BLASTOCYST CULTURE. It is a unique technique to grow embryos beyond the third day of culture until day5. In Conventional IVF, embryos are transferred into the uterus about two / three days after the Egg Retrieval, which is two days earlier than would occur naturally in the mother's womb. These blastocysts are endometrial friendly, as the natural blastocyst of normal conception reaches the uterus only on the 5th day and it has more implantation potential, while day 2/3 embryos are transferred into the uterus in hostile condition, when endometrium is not prepared for implantation.
In certain patients, blastocyst culturing allows optimal selection of embryos for transfer, resulting in an increased implantation rate per embryo transferred. However, it is important to understand that this technology has another advantage of fewer embryos ( one or two ) being transferred to eliminate the possibility of multiple pregnancies, triplet/
The blastocyst culture is considered to be the most ideal way of doing test tube baby, because they mimic natural JOURNEY OF LIFE as they have transit in the fallopian tubes. To gain this advantage by mimicking the natural way, in synchrony with developing endometrium, which is ready for accepting the blastocyst only on the 5th or 6th day after ovulation, we adopt blastocyst culture system which doubles the implantation rates as compared to day 2 or day 3 ET.
"Sequential Transfer" is considered to be an ideal one for many couples when they have limited number of embryos and there is meager chance for the left over embryos to grow further. The physician should undertake two times embryo transfers on day 3 and again on day 5 by using very soft catheters to avoid injury to sibling embryos and endometrial lining. This technique needs real expertise and patience and the success depends on the physicians knowledge and experience in this technology. The embryologist should also have sufficient expertise about the Blastocyst culture technique.
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