Category: Egg Fertilization
Frozen Embryo Transfer to India for Surrogacy
|Posted by: Alan on July 15th, 2011||no responses.|
In this video, the surrogacy doctor talks about frozen embryo transfer to India for surrogacy.
Frozen Embryo Transfer – Video Narration
“So what do I need to do to send frozen sperm embryos to India?
Well, you need to contact us; we need you to put us in touch with the lab in your home country that has frozen your gametes or embryos. Our lab will take up the correspondence with your laboratory and after a registration process with the cryoshipper service, we will send 21 day cryoshipper to your lab in your home country, which will transfer the contents into our cryoshipper, which is brought back safely by DHL. This is a special service which bypasses the x ray so even your embryos and gametes are not exposed to any x rays at the airport and safely these gametes and embryos are brought to the rotunder lab and then transferred into our main tanks and can be stored for as long as you wish for, or for as long as the procedure is scheduled for.”
A frozen embryo transfer is used for producing a feasible pregnancy by first thawing the frozen embryo, and then transferring it into a suitably prepared uterus. The treatment to set up a pregnancy with the help of frozen embryos is called a FET cycle.
Well-equipped surrogacy clinics and experienced doctors lead to a perfect trip for couples coming to India for commercial surrogacy. Therefore, people can take their babies back home with minimal paper work and at a very low cost.
Embryo and Egg Fertilization – Infertility Clinic in India
|Posted by: Alan on June 29th, 2011||no responses.|
In this video, surrogacy doctor talks about fertilized eggs and embryo formation.
Embryo and Egg Fertilization – Video Narration
“All fertilized eggs are same as embryos. When an egg is fertilized with a sperm, it is called fertilized egg. When these fertilized eggs start leaving into multiple cells, then this is called the embryo.”
Surrogacy doctor defines a fertilized egg and tells how division of cell forms an embryo.
If a woman is incapable of getting pregnancy with her own eggs due to poor quality or premature menopause etc., an egg donor is selected. The egg donor donates her egg which is fertilized with the genetic father’s sperm. Embryo thus formed is implanted in the woman’s uterus and is genetically not linked to her but the egg donor.
Surrogacy clinics in India are technologically advanced and have well-trained doctors. In addition to this, low cost of surrogacy in India is one of the major reasons why lot of medical tourists fly to the country every year for surrogacy
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