What is IVF?
IVF is inseminating retrieved eggs from the female with the sperm from the male which is collected and processed in the laboratory. The fertilized eggs are kept for 2-3 days in incubators and those that develop to good quality embryos are transferred into the womb.
How is it done?
Retrieved eggs are washed and placed in special fluids for fertilization and embryo development. The semen produced by the male is washed in the laboratory to remove the seminal fluid. This enables most of the dead or immotile sperm to be cleaned and good quality sperm to be