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Blastocyst Culture

What is Blastocyst Culture?Normally, in standard IVF or ICSI cycles, the embryos are transferred back into the womb, and the second or third day after egg collection. This standardized method of day 2 or day 3 transfer yields good pregnancy rates. However this method has some disadvantages, In the natural cycle the embryo is conceived in the fallopian tube. After this it takes 4 days for it to travel to the womb. By this time the embryo develops into mature stage called the blastocyst, which then implants into the lining of the womb. In standard IVF or ICSI, we put back the embryos 2-3 days before they reach the Blastocyst stage. By putting the embryos back at the Blastocyst stage, there is an increase in the pregnancy rates.

Why is Blastocyst culture not done routinely for all patients?In 20-30% of patients, none of the embryos develop into Blastocyst. In these patients, there would be a viable embryo, available for embryo transfer. This is a relatively new technique, and one does not know whether there would be long term adverse effects in exposing embryos for 5 days to the environment. At the same time, it would be important to note that there has been no increase in abnormalities in Blastocyst babies as compared to day 2/3 transfer babies.

Who would qualify for Blastocyst Culture?Patients who have failed to get pregnant after IVF/ICSI cycles In patients who want to undergo pre Implantation Genetics It is patient about the occasional risk of zero Blastocyst formation and hence zero pregnancy.


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Dr Padmaja Divakar with the ART Luminary, Fertility Books Author, Academician Dr Gowtham Alahabadia of Mumbai / Dubai, while @ WOOSP Conference @ Seychells in Sept, 2015....!!!

Dr. Padmaja Divakar with ASPIRE President Dr. JAIDEEP Malhotra @Brisbane Confnce!



Dr. Padmaja Divakar in a playful mood in an outing in Park City, Utah, USA, loves nature, animals, n Babies...!!!

Dr. Padmaja Divakar @ ASRM Conference in SaltLakeCity in USA Oct.,2016...!!!

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Please Must Visit !!

Blastocyst Culture

What is Blastocyst Culture?Normally, in standard IVF or ICSI cycles, the embryos are transferred back into the womb, and the second or third day after egg collection. This standardized method of day 2 or day 3 transfer yields good pregnancy rates. However this method has some disadvantages, In the natural cycle the embryo is conceived in the fallopian tube. After this it takes 4 days for it to travel to the womb. By this time the embryo develops into mature stage called the blastocyst, which then implants into the lining of the womb. In standard IVF or ICSI, we put back the embryos 2-3 days before they reach the Blastocyst stage. By putting the embryos back at the Blastocyst stage, there is an increase in the pregnancy rates.

Why is Blastocyst culture not done routinely for all patients?In 20-30% of patients, none of the embryos develop into Blastocyst. In these patients, there would be a viable embryo, available for embryo transfer. This is a relatively new technique, and one does not know whether there would be long term adverse effects in exposing embryos for 5 days to the environment. At the same time, it would be important to note that there has been no increase in abnormalities in Blastocyst babies as compared to day 2/3 transfer babies.

Who would qualify for Blastocyst Culture?Patients who have failed to get pregnant after IVF/ICSI cycles In patients who want to undergo pre Implantation Genetics It is patient about the occasional risk of zero Blastocyst formation and hence zero pregnancy.



Dr. Padmaja Divakar with ASPIRE President Dr. JAIDEEP Malhotra @Brisbane Confnce!