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Assisted Hatching with IVF

Assisted hatching is a technique commonly employed in in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures to enhance the chances of embryo implantation. During this process, a small opening is created in the outer shell (zona pellucida) of the embryo before it is transferred to the uterus. This opening is intended to facilitate the embryo's emergence during the implantation process. Assisted hatching is often recommended in specific cases, such as advanced maternal age or embryos with a thick zona pellucida, to potentially improve the embryo's ability to implant into the uterine lining. The procedure requires precision and is performed at a critical stage in the IVF process, aiming to optimize the chances of successful embryo implantation and ultimately increase the likelihood of a successful pregnancy.

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Dr. Shital Punjabi

MD (Gold Medalist),DGO (Gold Medalist) IVF Specialist, MBA(ICFAI) Shashwat IVF & Women's Hospital, Ahmedabad

A partner and consultant Vaginal Cosmetic Surgeon at Midas Touch Cosmetic Centre, Dr. Shital Punjabi is a Gold Medalist and IVF Specialist from USA. Studied from N.H.L Mun. Medical college, Ahmedabad, in 1996, she has taken training for IVF and embryology from Cleveland clinic Ohio, USA. She has taken Training for Gynec Cosmetic Surgeries and has Expertise in Vaginal Rejuvenation Treatments. She has been a visiting faculty for national and international conferences in Bangladesh, Nepal, Srilanka, and almost all the cities of India.

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Assisted hatching is a technique commonly employed in in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures to enhance the chances of embryo implantation. During this process, a small opening is created in the outer shell (zona pellucida) of the embryo before it is transferred to the uterus. This opening is intended to facilitate the embryo's emergence during the implantation process. Assisted hatching is often recommended in specific cases, such as advanced maternal age or embryos with a thick zona pellucida, to potentially improve the embryo's ability to implant into the uterine lining. The procedure requires precision and is performed at a critical stage in the IVF process, aiming to optimize the chances of successful embryo implantation and ultimately increase the likelihood of a successful pregnancy.