Laser-assisted hatching Laser-assisted hatching is a scientific IVF technique that can make it easier for the embryo to “hatch” or break through its outer layer or “shell” (a membrane also known as the zona pellucida) by creating an opening. Laser-assisted hatching requires less handling of the embryo than these other assisted hatching methods. Also, laser-assisted hatching is faster than the other methods and, therefore, the embryo spends less time outside the incubator..
Assisted hatching may help improve pregnancy chances in women who have failed to get pregnant in previous IVF cycles and those with a poor prognosis.
Assisted hatching is a laboratory procedure that is sometimes done along with in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment. IVF involves mixing eggs with sperm in a laboratory. Eggs are considered fertilized when a sperm succeeds in penetrating the egg. During IVF, the fertilized eggs are monitored for 3 to 6 days as they divide and develop into embryos. The best embryo can then be placed into the woman’s uterus (embryo transfer) in the hopes of helping her become pregnant or it can be frozen for future use..
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