IFV has found its place in the hearts of the general public today with its massive track record of success rate. I come across hundreds of people, both online and offline, who are impressed with the idea of ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) and wish to know more about it.
A general notion that runs around my infertility centre nested in Hyderabad (and probably, all other centres providing the best infertility treatment in Hyderabad) is a question of whether IVF has a success rate of 100%?
I’d have to say, no. Like any other innovation, IVF treatment also sits on the couch of “maybe” and “may not be”. There are several factors that can result in IVF failure. Let’s discuss:
- Egg abnormalities
It’s the chromosomal abnormalities in the woman’s egg that results in egg abnormalities. These can be either numerical abnormalities or structural. A missing chromosome or an extra chromosome results in numerical abnormalities and the structural problem in the chromosome causes the latter.
- Embryo Selection Method
The embryo Selection Method is one of the many reasons for failure in IVF, despite being so technologically equipped. Often, a slight mistake in choosing the right chromosome leads to a bigger failure. But well, we, in the most trusted IFV treatment centre in Hyderabad are trying to blur that line for you every day.
- Abnormal Sperm
Often, medial, genetic or other lifestyle factors can cause sperm to go faulty. These sperms are unable to reach and penetrate the egg. And thus, can cause a failure in IVF.
- Egg Retrieval and Egg Transfer Problems
Being able to retrieve lesser eggs, retrieving no eggs at all or placing them in the wrong position can also lead to failure in IVF. Certain other lab factors can also play a huge role in this, but let me assure you that I being the most trusted infertility specialist in Hyderabad would leave no chance of failure on my part.
I hope the blog was informative. Do you think you have questions? Great, let’s talk!