IVM (In Vitro Maturation)

IVM (IN-VITRO-MATURATION)

IVM is an assisted reproductive technology that involves collecting eggs from a woman before they are matured. The eggs are then matured in a laboratory using a culture medium comprising small amounts of hormones. The matured eggs are manually fertilized using intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). Once the development of the embryos begins, they are transferred to a woman’s womb.

TO WHOM TO ADVICE

IN VITRO MATURATION

STEPS FOR PROCEDURE

IVM PROCESS

ADVANTAGES

IVM ADVANTAGES

RISKS

IVM RISKS

Procedure

The IVM procedure retrieves the eggs when immature, and the woman is spared from the injections.

The new IVM procedure requires a few blood tests and transvaginal ultrasounds that are completed in less than a week.

Post egg retrieval and maturation the eggs and sperm are mixed in a dish or manually fertilized using intracytoplasmic sperm injection ((ICSI) both in IVF and IVM.

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