In today's world IVF (in vitro fertilization) has become a boon for all mothers who due to any kind of potential limitations cannot conceive. With the help of scientific technology, it is now possible to fertilize the ovum with a sperm outside the human body in a test tube.
When is assisted hatching required?
Now this fertilized egg or the embryo has to be implanted in the mother's womb or uterus so that embryo grows into a baby.
Now here comes the concept of assisted hatching. The embryo which is eight celled has a layer around it which we scientifically call zona Pellucida. For implantation, this layer has to be very thin so that the embryo attaches itself to the endometrium or the inner layer of uterus.
Normally what happens, for the first 5 to 7 days of development, the embryo is surrounded and protected by this outer shell the zona pellucida. In ordinary circumstances, when the embryo reaches the uterus, this zona partially dissolves and the embryo ‘hatches’ out, allowing it to implant in the uterus.
But in number of pathological cases the zona fails to dissolve which in turn does not allow the embryo to get implanted.
At the Mathrutva Fertility Hospitals you will get this extraordinary scientific technology called the assisted hatching which ensures the attachment of the embryo to the inner layer of the uterus.
How is assisted hatching performed?
Assisted hatching is a micro implantation process performed under the microscope by our expert embryologists.
Using a very high-powered microscope, a small slot is made in the zona pellucida with a very fine needle. The most efficient team of embryologists at Mathrutva stabilize the embryo by holding pipette and a minute hole is created by a biological acid placed on the opposite side. This minute hole helps the embryo to "hatch out" of its layer and get itself implanted. Assisted hatching is carried out before the embryo transfer on those embryos that have been chosen for transfer.
Who are the eligible candidates for assisted hatching?
Mathrutva Fertility Hospitals have opened a new way for all the would-be mothers who had undergone several failed IVF procedures.
This assisted hatching procedure can be performed in:
Woman beyond the age of 38
Women who have witnessed repeated failed cycles of IVF
Where the zona layer is thick enough preventing the hatching of the embryo.
Why choose Mathrutva for assisted hatching?
The actual pregnancy and live birth rates seen in an individual IVF center will vary according to the hatching technique used, the overall quality of the laboratory, the skill of the individual performing the hatching, the embryo transfer skills of the doctor, and other factors. But in Mathrutva you will get the best of the above mentioned features so your procedure is bound to be successful.
At Mathrutva Fertility Hospital you will experience a new era in technology of IVF (in vitro fertilization) with extremely skilled laboratories, efficient doctors and embryologists via assisted hatching.
So, when you plan such important decisions of your life be sure to hand them over to safe and expert hands of Mathrutva Fertility Hospitals.