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What Are the Most Advanced and Successful Techniques of IVF?

Updated on September 7, 2020
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Around millions of children are born from IVF since its inception. The success rate of IVF in India is around 30-35% and thus most of the couples suffering from fertility issues opt this. There are many techniques through which IVF is taking place. Though there are only some of the techniques which are most advanced of all time. Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection (IMSI) and Assisted hatching are the three most advanced and successful techniques of IVF. To increase the chances of conceiving these techniques are highly recommended by fertility specialists.

Yearly, more than 85,000 women go through an advanced method like ICSI and IMSI to have a family. – This is research done by the specialists of Saraogi Hospital. This clinic is highly recommended for the best IVF treatment in Mumbai. In Saraogi Hospital all types of ART procedure takes place with utmost precision and care. They have the best in class facilities as well as specialists to deal with all kinds of fertility issues.

To perform such an advanced method requires the utmost precision. Thus to choose the best and most trusted clinics is a prerequisite for that. Mumbai is the most advanced city with all kinds of cutting edge medical technologies that have plenty of such clinics. You can find a list of IVF centers in Mumbai here.

The concept of ART (assisted reproductive technique) consist of various methods of IVF. Let's first understand these most advanced and successful methods in brief.

  • ICSI: In this method, the individual sperm is directly injected into the egg to help it fertilize. The fertilized egg then grows in a laboratory for 1 to 5 days before it is transferred into the woman’s uterus.

  • IMSI: Intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection (IMSI) is a variation of ICSI that uses a higher-powered microscope i.e. around 6000 times which is way better than the ICSI technique that gives around 400 times to select sperm.

  • Assisted hatching: It is a lab micromanipulation measure done before the embryo is transfer in the uterus following an IVF or ICSI cycle to encourage the embryo to bring forth out of the Zona. When the embryo which has undergone assisted hatching reaches the uterus, it can easily hatch through this opening and implant itself in the uterus.

What are the success rates of these procedures?

  • There is a 38% possibility of accomplishing live birth with the ICSI technique yet in the event of IMSI the likelihood of accomplishing live birth would be between 30%-63%. By and large, the risk related to IMSI concerning unsuccessful labor would be roughly 13%to 25%. However, age contributes as a significant factor with regards to-fruitfulness procedure. Contingent upon the age, a portion of the eggs might be anomalous and in this way, at the hour of preparation it might bring about the irregular undeveloped embryo. The success rate of assisted hatching purely depends on the case and its complication.

What is the average cost of these methods in India?

  • ICSI - The cost of ICSI treatment in India ranges from Rs.1, 50,000 – Rs.2, 50,000 ($2000 - $3400). ICSI comes with more positive results and also costs less as compared to IVF. The cost of ICSI treatment are as follows:
    • Assessment and Procedure cost - Rs.1, 10,000 –Rs. 2, 00,000
    • Medication cost - Rs.42, 000 – Rs.85, 000

Note: The above-mentioned cost estimate may differ based on clinics and complications in the case.

  • IMSI - The cost of IMSI in India ranges from Rs.2, 10,000 – Rs.3, 50,000 ($2800 - $4500). The cost of IMSI treatment is mentioned below:
    • Assessment and Procedure cost -Rs.1,20,000 – Rs.2,90,000
    • Medication cost - Rs.40,000 – Rs.90,000

Note: The above-mentioned cost estimate may differ based on clinics and complications in the case.

  • Assisted hatching treatment ranges between Rs.14,000 – Rs.45,000 ($200 - $600). Laser Hatching is the only method used under Assisted Hatching. It is the latest method of assisted hatching. The cost factor is mention below:
    • Laser Hatching - Rs.14, 000 – Rs. 40,000
    • Frozen Embryo Transfer - Rs. 45,000 – Rs.80,000

Note: The above-mentioned cost estimate may differ based on clinics and complications in the case.

These procedures have proofed themselves as a boon by bringing back the happiness of the longing parents who wanted to have their babies.


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