Laser Assisted Hatching

LAH is a cutting-edge procedure used in combination with IVF to increase the effectiveness of embryo implantation. If IVF fails for unknown causes, Laser-assisted hatching is used in conjunction with IVF to cause the embryo to adhere to the woman’s womb.
If you have IVF, it does not necessarily mean you will have LAH. Experts believe that LAH will help certain couples conceive successfully. After analyzing all of your medical records and infertility history, your fertility doctor will determine if LAH will assist you.

Laser-Assisted Hatching

Assisted Hatching can increase the number of pregnancies in the following situations:

  • If you’ve had two to three unsuccessful IVF periods.
  • If you have a high FSH rating.
  • The embryo is of poor consistency.
  • Pregnancy complications that are not clarified.

Older women’s eggs tend to have a thick zona pellucid or outer shell. The same issue affects women who have elevated levels of follicle-stimulating hormone. In this case, the egg will not hatch or bind to the womb. Supported hatching can help with all of these infertility issues.
The use of a laser to aid in hatching increases the chances of successful implantation and conception. If you’ve tried and failed with IVF, assisted hatching might be a viable alternative contact Dr.Sonali Gupta a Fertility & IVF specialist In Delhi NCR.

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