What is advanced IVF treatment in Mumbai is available in We Care IVF Surrogacy?
The following are the advanced IVF treatment in Mumbai that are available in We Care IVF Surrogacy:
1. IVF with ICSI: It is helpful for couples where infertility attacks the male fertility, due to which a fertile woman cannot conceive a baby. In this procedure, the fertility experts in We Care IVF Surrogacy will extract the man sperms surgically from his ejaculate and directly inject a single sperm into each egg to ease the fertilization process.
2. IVF with PGD: It is performed before IVF treatment in Mumbai to screen the genetic disorders in biological parents to be treated and not be passed into new-born.
3. IVF with egg donor: It is performed when a woman cannot produce enough fertilization and need assistance in conceiving a baby. In this procedure, the fertility experts in We Care IVF Surrogacy will fertilize the donor eggs with the genetic father’s sperm or use donor sperms to facilitate fertilization. Once fertilization takes place, the embryologist will transfer the resulted embryo into the genetic mother’s uterus.
4. IVF with surrogacy: It is a valuable procedure for single parents, same-sex couples, and couples. A woman cannot carry the pregnancy in her womb due to some medical illness or heart disease. The fertility experts in We Care IVF Surrogacy will perform IVF with surrogacy either as a gestational surrogacy or traditional surrogacy.
(i) In gestational surrogacy, the fertility expert will fertilize the eggs of the biological mother or donor eggs with the biological father’s sperm or donor sperm. After this, the embryologist will transfer the formed embryo into the uterus of the surrogate mother. Gestational surrogacy is a procedure where a couple will have their genetic baby.
(ii) In traditional surrogacy, the fertility expert will fertilize the surrogate mothers or donor eggs with biological father sperm or donor sperm to ease the fertilization. After fertilization occurs, the embryologist will transfer the resulted embryo into the surrogate mother’s uterus. Traditional surrogacy allows the only male member to be a genetic father of the baby born.