What to expect from cytoplasmic IVF transfer

What to expect from cytoplasmic IVF transfer

While Cytoplasmic IVF transfer is a medical breakthrough in assisted reproductive technologies, it does come with its limitations. In order for cytoplasmic transfer to work, the female patient undergoing treatment must have a certain level of ovarian activity. If the ovarian reserves have been highly depleted and we will not be able to obtain at least 2/3 oocytes at the end of an ovarian stimulation protocol, then cytoplasmic IVF transfer is not likely to work. Cytoplasmic IVF transfer is a treatment option for patients who still produce eggs as a response to ovarian stimulation, but whose eggs fail to develop into viable embryos or fail to generate a pregnancy

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