Effect Of Egg Quality On IVF Programs?
I heard there was a friend who had an IVF program, all the processes were smooth and high … carried out opu was initially considered a successful doctor because there were 16 ripe eggs … but it turned out that the egg had a sitodeg … so it was considered embryologically bad … Is this sitodeg treatable? how to detect it?
Hello Idha_dina, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
Apologies in advance, what kind of sitodeg do you mean? Because in the medical world the term written in the form of a sitodeg is not a commonly used term, especially in the case of IVF procedures.
IVF is a very complicated procedure where this procedure is intended to help even infertility (infertility) or genetic problems by carrying out planned fertilization.
During this procedure many steps must be taken both for the woman and for the man to get the same egg quality and good sperm quality so that it is possible for a good embryo to be formed and the success of the embryo to attach in the uterus to high enough.
Some checks will be carried out before this process is decided to be carried out such as:
Examination of the number and quality of eggs through examination of several hormones in the body, and sometimes combined with ultrasound examination of the ovaries Semen analysis (sperm fluid) Screening of infectious diseases in the body Examination of the uterus After passing these tests, for the woman , will undergo what is called a reg retrieval procedure which is a procedure carried out to collect eggs produced by the ovaries which are then further stored in a particular growth medium to see if the egg is healthy and mature enough to be mixed together with sperm so that can produce healthy and good embryos.
Some things can affect the quality of the egg itself such as the woman's age, lifestyle, reproductive history, genetic defects in the egg and several other things. Therefore, if the egg quality is not good this IVF program will generally not be continued because the success rate will decrease or if successful it can cause genetic defects in the fetus.
Therefore, you should encourage your friend to ask further questions about the current IVF problem with a specialist who is currently working on his IVF procedure to be clearer about what problems are being experienced and also what is the best solution for your friend. the.
I hope this helps.