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In an effort to enhance embryo implantation, Laser-Assisted Hatching (LAH) is utilised in conjunction with traditional IVF/ICSI. Using specific laser and micromanipulation methods, a tiny hole is created in the embryo’s shell (Zona Pellucida). This process speeds up the implantation and hatching of the embryo. Here are the details of LAH.
Why is Laser-Assisted Hatching done?
Assisted hatching may increase the conception rate under the following circumstances:
- When you are 38 years of age or older
- If you’ve had two or more unsuccessful IVF rounds.
- Your embryo is of poor quality.
- If your FSH level has increased.
- If you want your IVF round to be successful, you can ask the doctor to adopt the LAH technique.
Benefits & Risks
When carried out by a skilled embryologist, laser-assisted hatching can benefit individuals & people who might otherwise struggle to conceive due to embryos with excessively thick shells. When compared to aided hatching using mechanical force or an acidic solution, the use of a laser really further lowers the chance of problems.
It’s crucial to recognise that there are some risks associated with the process. The embryo may be harmed during the surgery, which might kill it or cause birth abnormalities or identical twins. It can also eventually lead to no pregnancy and the need for another IVF cycle/round. Therefore, it is highly crucial to discuss with your doctor and know the possibilities.
Why Choose Giggles Hospitals?
Giggles offer the most recent advances in infertility treatment, including Assisted Reproductive Technology and cutting-edge infrastructure laced with modern medical machinery & equipment operated by highly qualified and experienced IVF specialists. We provide top-notch fertility care under the direction of an expert team of infertility experts, nurses, and other staff members for better results. Our patient-centric approach and transparency during the entire process make us the most-preferred IVF healthcare facility.