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  • Laser-Assisted Hatching
  • Factors to consider
  • Who is in need of (LAH) Treatment?
  • The success rate of LAH
  • The process of LAH Treatment

Laser-Assisted Hatching

Dr.Padmaja's Fertility (IVF) Center has yet another advanced technology expertise for childless couple. With the help of Laser-assisted hatching which is a medically proven IVF technique, it is now much more safe to have embryo hatching for high-end pregnancy.

Pregnancy will surely occur with the implantation into the wall of uterus and there are also other treatments available that lead to a new-born baby.

You, as our most esteemed and privileged to be an aspiring-parent have all the benefits accommodated at Dr.Padmaja's Fertility (IVF) Center.

Prominently the facility of Laser-assisted hatching procedure is safe and rest assured for the successful results of pregnancy care and after-baby-birth care.

We're here to protect you and bring you a whole new range of pre-and-post-natal-care services.

Factors to Consider

Apart from your medical history, our team conducts a series of medical tests and review the factors of your age, health record and medical diagnosis.

Thereafter, we initiate the process of clinical recommendations that will lead to opt for suggested IVF treatment.

Women who are above the age of 37 years or more are likely to have a tendency to produce eggs with a harder and thicker zona pellucida than younger women.

The same applies to women who have high-level of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).

With harder shell, embryo may not hatch thereby not able to attach itself to the womb. There's also a report that says nearly 75% of normal embryos may not hatch.

Who is in need of Laser-assisted Hatching (LAH) Treatment?

  • Women who are above the age of 37 years
  • Cases with harder embryos
  • Cases with frozen embryos
  • Cases with frozen eggs
  • Cases with high levels of Follicle-Stimulating Hormone ( FSH )
  • Cases with low levels of Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
  • Those who are diagnosed with low-chance of having a child by In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

The success rate of LAH

Working with a specialized embryologist who has an extensive and varied knowledge in managing the laser equipment has high rate of performance with guaranteed results.

There is very little minimum handling of the embryo in Laser-assisted hatching and there are no negative effects at all on the embryo. Most importantly, this is widely available to patients who are screened under clinical guidance and supervision.

The process of Laser-assisted Hatching Treatment

Those women who are in advanced maternal age are evaluated for LAH treatment and it involves sending a brief and a strong light beam under a microscope. This process creates a gap in the shell through which the embryo can come out. Usually done after three days of fertilization which is when embryo begins to divide. Thereafter, embryo is transferred back to the patient's uterus to get to the normal process of lining and it continues to grow.

Therefore, hatching of an egg is essential to become pregnant. LAH is one of the successful methods to help the fertilized egg to hatch and get attached to the uterus. This is the most safe and gentle way of safeguarding both an embryo and fertilized egg, now being used across the world under the authority of medical team of doctors and specialists.

This is also one of the recommended treatments for women who have undergone repeated cycles of IVF treatment.