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IVF/ICSI, is a method of fertilization that takes place outside the body and in a laboratory dish. The key difference between IVF and ICSI is how the sperm fertilizes the egg. In IVF, the egg and sperm (of which there are many) are left in a laboratory dish to fertilize on their own. In ICSI, the selected sperm is directly injected into the egg. ICSI yields satisfactory fertilization results and helps reduce problems with abnormal fertilization caused by eggs and sperm – such as fertilization by multiple sperm and the inability of the sperm to penetrate the eggs (ZP) and

Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT)

Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT) is a genetic analysis procedure used in conjunction with IVF. This technology is developed to screen embryos for genetic abnormalities such as chromosome copy number gains or losses (PGT-A, aneuploidy screening), single gene disorders (PGT-M, monogenic or single-gene disease), or structural rearrangement (PGT-SR, structural rearrangement to identify embryos with chromosome imbalanced). PGT helps identify embryos unaffected by genetic or chromosomal defects, which give us a higher chance for a successful pregnancy outcome. PGT-A PGT-A was previously known as preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) and can be used by individuals undergoing IVF/ICSI to improve the chances of a

Egg Freezing

In this modern society where women are more empowered and equality has become the norm, many organizations are run by able women. With more responsibilities over the shoulders, modern women are more likely to slow down their plans for marriage and have a child. However, according to several studies, women at age 35 or older have less chance to get pregnant and greater risk of infertility, as age is an important factor for fertility. The older a woman gets, the fewer eggs she has in her ovarian reserve and less competent the oocytes are. For these reasons, oocyte cryopreservation technology