Assisted Hatching

Assisted Hatching

Although less common, sometimes we encounter patients whose cause of infertility is completely unknown.

In these scenarios, it is crucial to conduct a thorough analysis of the fertilized egg. Despite its apparent quality and adequate morphology, it may have some anomaly that hinders embryonic development.

Therefore, when embryos reach the fifth day of development and reach the blastocyst stage, our embryologist specialists examine them carefully.

In such circumstances, we opt to perform a small opening before transfer to facilitate the embryo’s exit and increase the chances of implantation in the uterine lining.

When is assisted hatching recommended?

At URCrea, we suggest this technique when patients experience multiple implantation failures after several cycles of In Vitro Fertilization and/or treatments involving previously frozen eggs.

What does assisted hatching with Laser involve?

Assisted hatching with laser: Laser technology allows us to make a cut with greater precision to facilitate the embryo’s exit and subsequent implantation.

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