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Assisted hatching in India: prime destination for infertility treatment
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Assisted hatching in India: prime destination for infertility treatment

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Assisted hatching in India is provided with excellent medical facilities at the Hospitals of Hyderabad and Mumbai. A combination of many factors has lead to the recent increase in popularity of …

Assisted hatching in India is provided with excellent medical facilities at the Hospitals of Hyderabad and Mumbai. A combination of many factors has lead to the recent increase in popularity of medical tourism. Exorbitant cost of healthcare and medical facilities in advanced countries, ease and affordability of international travel, favorable currency exchange rates in the global economy, rapidly improving technology and high standards of medical care in the developing countries has all contributed their share to this rapid development of medical tourism. To know more about Assisted hatching in India, visit us at: www.indianmedguru.com or write us at contact@indianmedguru.com or call us at: +91-9371136499, +91- 9860755000 (International) / + 1-415-599-2537 (USA) / +44-20-8133-2571 (UK)

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  • 1. Assisted hatching in India: prime destination for infertility treatment
  • 2. Medical tourism offers Assisted hatching in India at an affordable price. Welcome to the tourism in India. India is one of the best places for the medical treatment or any other health care. Every year thousand of visitors come to India from around the world just for the medical check up and other high end surgery. Medical tourism is fast emerging as a big opportunity for India with its low cost advantage, high quality healthcare providers and an English speaking populace. India provides Assisted hatching with best medical facilities and accommodation you are used too. What is Assisted hatching? Assisted hatching is a relatively new technique used during certain IVF procedures. It is performed in order to help an embryo hatch out of its protective layering and implant into the uterus. During the initial stages of development, your embryo is contained in a layer of proteins, known as the zona pellicuda. The zona pellicuda is designed to protect the embryo until it reaches the blastocyst stage of development. In order to successfully implant into the uterine lining, the embryo needs to hatch out of this zona pellicuda and attach to the walls of the uterus. Sometimes, embryos have a difficult time hatching out of their protective layer. This can occur if the zona pellicuda is too thick or if the embryo does not have enough energy to break through the layer. Assisted hatching attempts to help these embryos break out away from the zona pellicuda by creating a small hole in this outer lining. How is Assisted hatching performed? Assisted hatching is a very delicate procedure, requiring immense skill. Assisted hatching is performed using micromanipulation techniques, under a microscope, during the fourth day of embryo development. The embryo is first placed in a petrie dish containing culture solution. A special pipette is then used to hold the embryo in place. The embryologist takes a hollow needle that contains an acidic solution and places it next to the zona pellicuda. A tiny bit of this acidic solution is released from the needle so that it comes into contact with the zona pellicuda. This acidic solution begins to slowly digest the protective layering, creating a small hole. The embryo is then washed in a special solution and placed back inside an incubator until embryo transfer can take place. Candidates for Assisted hatching: Assisted hatching techniques aren’t suitable for every couple. Instead, the procedure is typically recommended for: 1. women over the age of 37
  • 3. 2. women with elevated FSH on day 3 of their menstrual cycle 3. couples who have experienced failed IVF cycles 4. couples whose embryos have a particularly thick zona pellicuda Advantage of Assisted hatching procedure: Many couples elect to pursue Assisted hatching during their IVF procedures. This is because the technique is associated with a number of benefits including: 1. fewer embryos required for transfer 2. increased implantation success rates 3. allows for blastocyst culture Disadvantage of Assisted hatching procedure: Unfortunately, Assisted hatching does have its drawbacks. Specifically, Assisted hatching is: 1. only suitable for certain groups of women 2. very difficult to perform and requires immense skills 3. can be associated with an increased risk of dangerous pregnancy complications Assisted hatching in India: Assisted hatching in India is provided with excellent medical facilities at the Hospitals of Hyderabad and Mumbai. A combination of many factors has lead to the recent increase in popularity of medical tourism. Exorbitant cost of healthcare and medical facilities in advanced countries, ease and affordability of international travel, favorable currency exchange rates in the global economy, rapidly improving technology and high standards of medical care in the developing countries has all contributed their share to this rapid development of medical tourism. To know more about Assisted hatching in India, visit us at: www.indianmedguru.com or write us at contact@indianmedguru.com or call us at: +91-9371136499, +91- 9860755000 (International) / + 1-415-599-2537 (USA) / +44-20-8133-2571 (UK)
  • 4. http://www.indianmedguru.com/in dia-contact-med-guru.html

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