Marking the Course of Reproductive Progress Around the World: Celebrating World IVF Day

aruna-ashokAruna Ashok | 25 July 2023
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Every year on July 25, people celebrate World IVF Day. Many families worldwide are happy and hopeful on this day.

Celebrating the scientific advances, ground-breaking research, and unwavering devotion that makes IVF what it is today. IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) was a huge step forward in the science of reproduction.

It has made it possible for millions of people to have children who might not have been able to do so otherwise. Since the first baby was born through IVF, reproductive science is changing continuously.

ICSI is a type of IVF in which a single sperm is injected into an egg making it fertile. This is a big improvement.

From the first time it was used safely in 1992, this method has made it much easier for couples with serious male infertility to get pregnant.

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Another important innovation is PGT, which identifies genes or chromosomes with anomalies. This technology helps women with a healthy pregnancy, especially in older women.

Assisted Hatching, in which a small hole is made in the egg's shell to help it hatch, has also made a lot of progress towards making IVF more likely to work.

Innovations in cryopreservation methods have led to higher survival rates for frozen embryos, which makes Embryo Freezing a good choice for couples.

The creation of equipment that uses ultrasound waves was also essential. With 3D ultrasounds, doctors can see more of the reproductive system's structure. This makes it easy for them to figure out what's wrong and fix it.

Techniques like Microtese/TESE have changed how infertility in men is treated. MicroTESE is a procedure that takes sperm straight from a man's reproductive system. IVF/ICSI treatments have helped a lot of families become happier.

At A4 our treatments standards are aimed at making processes more reliable than ever before. We use technologies like the Lens Hook Semen Analyzer and the RI Witness System to increase the chances of pregnancy in couples.

The use of 3D Ultrasound Scans and new methods like PGT and Stem Cell Therapy has shown our team's dedication in the industry.

We encourage embryo freezing and natural delivery to aid prospective parents. We manage every fertility stage with our superior maternity services. Reproductive medicine developments are crucial.

As we look to the future of IVF, we can look forward to a world where infertility is not a barrier to parenthood, but rather a problem that can be overcome with scientific innovation and care.

On World IVF Day, we celebrate how fertility care is changing in ways that make people's lives better.

The journey is far from over, and every new finding, successful treatment, and a baby born is a step forward in this amazing field of medicine.

At A4, we follow an all-embracing strategy when it comes to fertility treatments.

We provide not therapies but holistic care and support every step of the way by supporting choices like Embryo Freezing and Natural Delivery and coupling these with our excellent maternity care.