Embryo Implantation

It refers to implanting the embryo into the lining of the womb (uterus).

Does the "IMPLANTATION" harm the embryo?

NO - It has already been extensively tested.

What is the advantage of the "EMBRYO IMPLANTATION"?

  • REPLICABLE, and IT WILL STANDARDIZE EMBRYO DELIVERY
  • PRECISE VISUALLY CONFIRMED PLACEMENT OF EMBRYO(S) AT SELECT ZONES OF EMBRYO TRANSFER/IMPLANTATION(SEED)
  • MINIMIZE MULTIPLE PREGNANCIES VIA A TARGETED SELECTIVE SINGLE EMBRYO DELIVERY
  • MINIMIZE ECTOPIC PREGNANCIES, HETEROTOPIC PREGNANCIES and PLACENTA PREVIAS
  • MINIMIZE LOST EMBRYOS
  • REDUCE UTERINE INJURY
  • DETECT UTERINE CONTRACTIONS and ALLOW to FREEZE EMBRYO(S)
  • SAVE LIVES
  • HELP PATIENTS GLOBALLY TO ACHIEVE THEIR DREAMS OF PARENTHOOD COME TRUE SOONER AND SAFER
  • ENHANCE PUBLIC HEALTH AND IMPROVE REPRODUCTIVE SAFETY

patients will actually see the process on video monitor. It will reduce the chances that the embryo will fall out of the uterus, or lodge at the womb’s neck causing placenta previa (or its variants) leading to major bleeding during delivery or at c-section, or that it will fall into the fallopian tube causing tubal pregnancy. Post embryo implantation, the woman does NOT need to have a prolonged rest in bed.

What is the disadvantage(s) of this procedure?

Possible scratching of the lining of the uterus so that pregnancy may not ensue.

Who is a candidate for this procedure?

Any patient undergoing IVF, specially patients with previously failed standard embryo transfers, patients with ectopic pregnancies and tubal disease.

How is it done?

It is done in an office setting using a special fiberoptic scope and camera plus a special tubing with a needlepoint, and it takes approximately two minutes to perform.


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