IVF is the most commonly known assisted reproductive technology for fertility treatment. This method involves retrieving eggs from a woman’s ovaries and fertilizing them with sperm in the laboratory.
ISCI is a way in which a single sperm is injected into a mature oocyte to achieve fertilization. This method will significantly increase the success rate of IVF treatment.
Several factors are involved in male infertility, which are either related to the sperm production or the sperm transfer. Fortunately, even if the male partner lacks sperm (azoospermia), he can be a father through a new and advanced method of third-party reproduction, i.e., IVF with sperm donor.
Fortunately, with new developments in science and technology as well as skilled doctors' efforts, several reproductive techniques have been found today to help infertile couples to have children. It should be noted that infertility treatment differs in every patient depending on factors such as the couple's age, infertility cause and length, and personal preferences.
Egg donation is a fertility treatment method for women whose eggs are not the sufficient quality to be fertilized due to factors such as old age.
Surrogacy is a form of third-party reproduction in which a woman agrees to carry a pregnancy for an infertile couple who cannot conceive a child for medical reasons.
The IUI procedure is one of the first treatments for couples with difficulties having children. IUI aims to increase the number of sperm that reach the fallopian tubes and subsequently increase the chance of fertilization. Read on to learn everything you need about IUI.