The Blastocyst culture treatment in Bengaluru is designed for covering IVF. It helps in facilitating the selection of some of the premium quality eggs or embryos designed for transferring to woman’s uterus of the carrying mother. The entire concept of this embryo quality happens to be rather important one for those couples, who are facing difficult to conceive and become parents. Thanks to this amazing Blastocyst embryo transfer, we are all set to help in transferring fewer forms of embryos, which helps in reducing chances or risks of multiple pregnancies and also improving the overall rate of pregnancy levels.
In general, Blastocyst is termed to be an embryo, which is likely to be developed around 5 to 7 days after the fertilization period is over. Right now, embryo is known to have two forms of cell types and central cavity, which has differentiated a bit. The current surface cells known as Trophectoderm will turn into placenta and inner cells, known as inner cell mass will turn into fetus. A healthy form of this Blastocyst culture treatment in Bengaluru is going to start right when it starts to hatch from outer shell under Zona Pellucid at 6th day’s end. Within 24 hours, it starts implanting into lining of the uterus.
More On Blastocyst Culturing
Blastocyst Culturing is a process for growing embryos beyond 3rd culture day. We are known to transfer it to uterus on the third day of egg retrieval, when these embryos have 6 to 8 cells. After culturing it on 5th day, it turned into 120 cells known as blastocyst. This is a natural process, which starts with embryo development with egg fertilization in outer fallopian tube. With new embryo development, it moves around uterine cavity where implanted. It might take 6 to 7 days as the embryo reaches blastocyst stage.
Reasons to go for blastocyst transfer
In some of the patients, the advantages of blastocyst are optimal embryos selection for transfer, which can result in increased rate of implantation per embryo transfer. But, it is noted to state that this Blastocyst culture treatment in Bengaluru might not improve chances of you becoming pregnant. The main advantage is that few embryos might be transferred for eliminating possibility of triplet pregnancies with higher pregnancy rate.
Can it be termed for everyone?
To be very honest, the answer is no. this treatment should always be restricted to those patients with higher embryos numbers, which are greater than 10. During such instances, proper embryo selection can prove to be covered within day 3. As generic rule, patients under 37 years of age are mostly the best candidates for this cultural help. This technique is not meant for older people as the risk of nil blastocyst is quite high among those patients.
When it comes to the percentage selection, younger patients will have 50% of embryos to grow in this stage. Around 10% of patients might not have this opportunity to embryos transfer because of absence of the blastocyst development. With growing age, the number of embryo starts to decrease, which reduces the chances of blastocyst transfer.
Risks related to blastocyst culturing
In this field of Blastocyst culture, there are primarily two major concerns covered.
• The embryo numbers used for freezing and survival rate of the said after thawing, is likely to decline, which will again lower the pregnancy potentiality of single egg retrieval or simulation treatment cycle.
• Some patients are likely to have no embryos developments to the field of blastocyst, which will further force them to lose the idea of transfer.
When to get serious consideration
If you haven’t reached the age bar of 37 years and have a normal day of 3 FSH level and with a great desire to avoid any chances of triplet pregnancy, then you are asked to go for this blastocyst transfer system. In case, you have quite reluctance towards selective form of fetal reduction then these are some of the major reasons to go for this blastocyst culturing.
Can you get to the limitation of this culturing?
In case, you are owner of less than four numbers of 8 cells premium quality embryos on 3rd culture day of the cycle, then we are not going to recommend blastocyst culturing even if the patients ask for it. With the help of this culturing, we won’t be there to freeze embryos because of the poor quality development to the blastocyst stage. Moreover, there seems to be an increased form of risk of the identical twin with this form of culturing. Fortunately, that risk is quite low.