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Why Blastocyst Culture And Transfer is done?
Higher rates of pregnancy are seen when embryo transfer occurs on the fifth day at the blastocyst level. Two possible explanations could be given for this phenomenon:
Transferring the blastocyst into the uterus may be more appropriate initially, as this mimics nature more closely. This allows the specialist to select the best embryo, as undesirable fetuses will likely be arrested before reaching this stage.
Blastocyst transfers reduce the risk of potentially dangerous twin and triplet births. Specialists can exchange fewer blastocysts, maybe one, which allows them to reduce or avoid multiple births and related problems. With the aim of allowing pregnancies to be completed later, supernumerary blastocysts may also be cryopreserved using vitrification.
What is the Procedure of Blastocyst Culture and Transfer?
The embryologists will examine the embryos daily to assess how many have been divided and their quality. They will also keep the patient updated with any developments. The embryologists use a 3-character system to grade embryos from the blastocyst stage. This system focuses on three characteristics: the Inner Cell Mass, the Trophectoderm (the outermost layers of cells), and the extent of expansion and growth of the embryo. Only 60 to 70% of embryos from human IVF can reach the blastocyst level after five days. Although many eggs (oocytes) may have been fertilized initially, not all will make it to the four-cell or eight-cell stage in culture. Even fewer will become blastocysts.
This self-selection process could be described as “survival by the fittest.” The embryos that survive this stage of development will be stronger, healthier, and more robust. The embryologist will advise whether to transfer the embryos on Day 3 or delay it until Day 5. This depends on the quality and number of embryos. Patients with fewer embryos retrieved, fertilized, and dividing by Day 3 or less by Day 3 have no benefit from blastocyst cultivation, as there is little to gain in embryo “self-selection.”
Blastocyst Culture and Transfer Treatment Cost
India’s ART prices can vary depending on the clinic. The base price of IVF treatment at Imprimis remains the same, but the medication used may result in a variable cost. Additional surgical procedures may also affect the total cost of ART. The cost of most cases is between INR 1.5 lakh and 2 lakh.
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FAQ about Blastocyst Culture and Transfer
What is Blastocyst Culture?
Blastocyst culture is a laboratory technique used during in vitro fertilization (IVF) where fertilized eggs are grown for several days in a specialized culture medium until they reach the blastocyst stage. The resulting blastocysts are then selected for transfer based on their quality and likelihood of implantation, which can increase the chances of a successful pregnancy.
What is the success rate of blastocyst transfer?
Blastocyst transfer success rates during IVF vary depending on the quality of the embryo, the mother’s health, and other variables. Per transfer, success rates range from 40 to 60%, and chances of success can rise with more transfers or treatments. It’s crucial to talk about specific prospects with a doctor or fertility expert.
How do you Culture a Blastocyst?
The fertilised eggs are incubated in a specialized lab medium, which provides the nutrients and development conditions needed to produce a blastocyst. The development of the embryos to the blastocyst stage is carefully tracked and evaluated. They can be chosen for transfer to the uterus for implantation and eventual pregnancy once they reach the desired stage.
How many days can the cultured embryo be transferred?
The blastocyst stage, which occurs around days five or six following fertilisation, is when embryos are often placed into the uterus. The best course of action is to speak with a healthcare professional or fertility specialist about the timing of the transfer because it can vary depending on personal preferences and considerations.
Is Blastocyst good for IVF?
Absolutely, because they have better chances of implantation and pregnancy success, blastocysts are beneficial for IVF. They stand for the most advanced stage of embryo development and raise the likelihood that an IVF procedure will be successful.