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Blastocyst Culture and Transfer

Blastocyst Culture and Transfer

Blastocyst is the stage of development embryo reaches after 5-6 days of fertilization and is able to implant in the uterus. Blastocyst Culture and Transfer is a new-age technique that involves the creation of an embryo followed by culture in a laboratory up to the blastocyst stage in place of conventional 3 days before transfer.

“Due to the ability to select the best embryo with highest development potential for implantation during the embryo’s time in the lab, this treatment has a high chance of success”.

How is Blastocyst Culture Carried Out?

The embryos formed after fertilization by IVF or ICSI method are cultured in the laboratory for 5-6 days till they form two distinct layers – an outer layer of trophectoderm/trophoblastic cells and the inner cell mass (ICM). This stage is known as the blastocyst stage. It is important to note that all embryos do not grow to the blastocyst stage

The embryologist will select the best embryo for transfer. The selected blastocyst is then transferred into the uterus with a thin catheter under ultrasound guidance.

Blastocyst culture is a cutting-edge procedure that is only available at professional reproductive clinics, despite its apparent simplicity.

What are benefits of blastocyst culture and transfer?

However, there is a chance that embryos may not develop up to blastocyst at all. The additional culture time also adds to financial as well as emotional cost to the couple

When Blastocyst Culture Treatment is Advised

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