What is In Vitro Fertilization?
In Vitro Fertilization is an assisted reproductive technology (ART) used for infertility treatment and that involves collecting eggs from the woman and retrieving a male sperm sample to combine them in a laboratory. Subsequently, the embryo resulting from this procedure is transferred into the uterus. At the ReproART Reproductive Center, 57-86% of the In Vitro Fertilization cases result in a positive pregnancy test.
In Vitro Fertilization consists of the following stages: ovarian stimulation, egg aspiration (retrieval), fertilization and embryo development. The cycle is completed by embryo transfer, while the remaining embryos are frozen.