How Does In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Work?

In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) आईवीएफ and Embryo Transfer (ET)

Commonly known as “Test Tube Baby”. IVF is a process where ovum and sperm meet outside the body and consequently transfer of the fertilized ovum (embryo) into the uterus of the women. The procedure does not need admission at any step & is conducted on an outpatient basis.IVF is conducted on an OPD basis and requires no admission


  • Tubal Factor
  • Endometriosis.(grade III/IV)
  • Unexplained infertility.
  • Ovulatory dysfunction.
  • Sperm disorders.

Steps involves in IVF procedure

  • IVF is done by Ovarian stimulation by hormonal injection to produce multiple eggs..
  • Monitoring of the response ultrasound scans and blood tests.
  • Egg retrieval done with the help of a needle under local/general anesthesia.
  • The collected eggs and her husband’s sperm are mixed outside the woman’s body in a culture dish or a test tube and are left for fertilization in an incubator.
  • Fresh Transfer of the resulting embryo(s) into the uterus of the woman on D3/D5, if everything seems fine.

A blood test was performed 15 days after embryo transfer to assess the establishment of pregnancy. In some patients, Embryos are frozen and transferred in the next cycle K/a frozen embryo transfer.

Chances of success

Currently, the success rate in our IVF Center is 60% for fresh early cleavage stage embryo transfer and 70% for blastocyst transfer (D5), and 70% for Frozen Embryo Transfer.