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Laser Assisted Hatching

Laser Assisted Hatching

Laser assisted hatching is a technique that can improve the chances of embryo implantation by creating a small opening in the zona pellucida using a laser. This technique is used when the zona pellucida is thicker than normal, which can prevent the embryo from hatching and implanting in the uterus. The thickness of the zona pellucida can be influenced by various factors, including advanced age, high levels of follicle-stimulating hormone, and previous unsuccessful IVF cycles.

The hatching process is essential for the embryo to implant in the uterus and establish a pregnancy. The zona pellucida, which surrounds the embryo, is a protective layer that must be broken down for the embryo to hatch and implant in the uterine lining. If the zona pellucida is too thick, this can hinder the hatching process and decrease the chances of implantation.

Laser assisted hatching is a highly precise and effective method of creating a small opening in the zona pellucida. The procedure involves using a laser beam to vaporize a small section of the zona pellucida, creating a small opening that allows the embryo to hatch and implant in the uterus. This procedure can increase the chances of pregnancy for women who have had multiple failed IVF cycles and those with a poor prognosis.

At Aashakiran IVF, we offer laser assisted hatching as an option for patients who may benefit from this technique. Our experienced and skilled embryologists use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to perform laser assisted hatching with precision and care. We work closely with our patients to develop individualized treatment plans that address their unique needs and increase their chances of success.