Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Assisted reproduction / Embryo transfer/ blastocyst transfer / intra cytoplasmic sperm injection / in vitro fertilization

“Study Of Blastocyst Transfer In Cleavage Stage Embryo Transfer Failure”

Rajvee R. Chokhandre; Akash more; Dr. Mehul Salve; Dr. Deepti Shrivastava

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 3743-3751

Embryo transfer is one of the crucial step in art treatment. Selection of embryo in ART cycle is important for positive pregnancy result. In (IVF) in-vitro fertilization embryo transfer is perform either at cleavage stage (day2/ day3) or at blastocyst stage (day5).
Reasons of blastocyst embryo is more successful than cleavage stage embryos because, cleavage stage embryo is physically premature stage embryo to the uterus environment. Naturally in the female reproductive part fertilized embryos passes through the oviduct and does not enter the uterus before the morula stage. Nutritional milieu is provided by the uterus from the oviduct, early embryo or premature embryo can affect with homeostatic stress, this may result in failure in implantation.
To study the Effectiveness Blastocyst transfer over cleavage stage embryo transfer in patients who failed to conceive with cleavage stage embryo transfer.
Study Design – observational Study
Study population – Rural infertile patients attending WARDHA TEST TUBE BABY CENTRE AT AVBRH
Place of study – WARDHA TEST TUBE BABY CENTRE AT AVBRH Sample size – 40 infertile women for sequential embryo transfer, having history of previous IVF failure.
Infertile couples coming to Wardha test tube baby center , those are selected of intracytoplasmic sperm injection or IVF are taken under study. Patient firstly selected for embryo transfer with cleavage stage (1st cycle). Patient failed with cleavage stage embryoare further taken under study. For second embryo transfer, Transfer embryo at blastocyst stage and measure βhcg level after 14 day of ET.