What is “Assisted Reproduction”?
In today’s society, with the development of the economy, the phenomenon of urban women’s late marriage and late childbearing is common. Women in the workplace have missed the optimal childbearing age and have no fertility plan for their careers. When it comes time to have a child, the quality of the eggs can no longer be “returned to old age”. Is there any way to plan ahead without any worries? We understand your desire to have children, and we are committed to providing you and your beloved with high-quality, professional and flexible assisted reproductive medical services through the Asia-Pacific’s leading assisted reproductive medical platform.
What is “egg freezing and storage”?
“Frozen and stored eggs” helps urban women provide a maternity insurance. Frozen eggs are first removed from the female ovary and refrigerated for 10 years. Keep the eggs in hibernation to prevent the eggs from aging with the human body. When the lady is economically, mentally and emotionally ready, you can take out the pre-stored eggs and thaw them for in vitro fertility after marriage.
Application technology of egg freezing
The technology of freezing eggs in Hong Kong is quite mature. Using “Vitrification Freezing Technology” to quickly freeze eggs, the freezing process only takes a few minutes. This technology is to prevent the ice from crystallizing during the freezing process and reduce the damage to the eggs. According to clinical statistics, the survival rate of eggs after thawing can reach 90%, and the fertilization rate and implantation rate of eggs after thawing are very similar to those of fresh eggs. With the development of freezing technology, maturation of IVF by using frozen eggs is no worse than the use of fresh eggs. The pregnancy rate mainly depends on the age of frozen eggs of women, and the early freezing of eggs, so that your fertility wishes can be achieved at any time true.
What is “In vitro fertilization (IVF)”?
In vitro fertilization (IVF), commonly known as test-tube baby, is the most commonly used assisted reproduction technique in the treatment of infertility. The entire treatment procedure generally includes the following steps: ovarian stimulation, egg extraction, semen washing, in vitro fertilization, embryo culture, and embryo transfer. Embryo transfer usually takes place 2-5 days after the egg extraction operation.
The third generation of IVF technology (PGS) involves extracting cells from the embryo for analysis and checking for an increase or absence of chromosomes. Through the PGS test, embryos with abnormal chromosomes can be screened in advance, and embryos with a normal number of chromosomes can be implanted into the womb to help increase the success rate of pregnancy. The PGS test is an invasive examination of the embryo. Most embryos can repair themselves to compensate for the damage caused by the extraction of cells.
• Women planning late marriage and childbearing
• Women planning to give birth
• Women who have received infertility treatment
• Women who may lose fertility due to medical treatment