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Title: best ivf centre in delhi, ivf treatment, best ivf doctor in delhi

  • If you are looking for an IVF centre in Delhi
    that will help you with
  • your fertility problems, the best IVF centre
    in Delhi would be
  • southend ivf which you should go for.
  • A typical IVF centre would follow five basic
    steps in the IVF and
  • embryo transfer procedure.
  • It starts with monitoring and stimulating the
    development of eggs in
  • the ovaries.

  • This is followed by collecting the eggs and
    securing the sperm and
  • combining them in the laboratory by
    providing an appropriate
  • environment for fertilization and embryo
    growth. The procedure ends
  • with the transfer of these embryos to the

  • Any best IVF centre in Delhi will make sure they
    provide you with
  • fertility medications. These will be
    prescribed in order to control the
  • timing of the ripening of the egg.
  • Doing this increases the chance of
    collecting multiple eggs during one
  • menstrual cycle. Multiple eggs are needed as
    some eggs may not
  • develop or fertilize after retrieval. This is
    known as ovulation
  • induction.
  • Egg development is then monitored using
    ultrasound in order to
  • examine the ovaries.

  • Ovulation induction is then followed by
    retrieval of eggs through a
  • minor surgical procedure which uses
    ultrasound imaging.
  • In the next step, the sperm obtained by
    ejaculation is secured for
  • combining with the eggs.

  • The fourth step is called insemination. It is
    the process in which the
  • sperm and eggs are placed in incubators in
    the lab. The fertilization
  • occurs here.
  • The eggs are further monitored to confirm that
    fertilization and cell
  • division are taking place.
  • In the last and final step of the process, the
    embryos are transferred
  • into the womans uterus from one to six days
    later. At this stage, the
  • fertilized egg develops into a two-to-four
    cell embryo.

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