Assisted Embryo or Laser Assisted Hatching Treatment Centre in Delhi

Frequently Asked Questions

Hatched embryos give a better chance of implantation in frozen transfer cycles.

In the case of IVF, the fertilised eggs or human blastocysts generally hatch out of their shell and begin to implant about 1 or 2 days following the IVF blastocyst transfer. This suggests that implantation occurs 5 to 7 days after the egg is fertilised. In both normal pregnancy and IVF pregnancy, the period necessary for implantation is the same.

Various studies have been carried out that have suggested that assisted hatching might help improve pregnancy chances for certain groups of patients. Assisted hatching can help in improving pregnancy chances in women who have failed to get pregnant in previous IVF cycles, those with advanced age, and frozen embryo transfer cycles.

No, there are no adverse effects of Assisted Embryo Hatching.

Yes, various cases have proven that Assisted hatching can help improve pregnancy chances in women who have failed to get pregnant in previous IVF cycles and those with a poor prognosis. Your infertility specialist can help you determine if assisted hatching might be useful to you.

In women, laser aided hatching can help boost the rate of implantation success. The process makes hatching and implantation easier.

In the case of IVF, the fertilised eggs or human blastocysts generally hatch out of their shell and begin to implant about 1 or 2 days following the IVF blastocyst transfer. This suggests that implantation occurs 7 to 8 days after the egg is fertilised. In both normal pregnancy and IVF pregnancy, the period necessary for implantation is the same.

If you're under 35, proven data shows that blastocyst transfers result in more live births than cleavage-stage (earlier) transfers. Several studies have found that blastocyst transfers increase clinical pregnancy and live birth rates considerably. In comparison to EBT, the study demonstrates that prolonging blastocyst culture by a few hours enables better developed, top-quality hatching/hatched blastocysts for transfer, which enhances implantation and pregnancy/live birth rates with no increased risk of multiple pregnancies. Blastocysts that hatch spontaneously have a higher chance of implanting and developing into a healthy pregnancy.

The safety of aided hatchings varies, in part because the procedure is used in so many different ways. Potential injury to the embryo during the weakening of the wall, with potential damage to individual embryonic cells, is a typical problem. Due to the potential of the zona pellucida being thinned too much, there is also a loose link with an increased chance of having a pregnancy that results in monozygotic twins.

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