What is IVF in India and how does it work?

S Venkateshwari
What is IVF in india and how does it work?

The murder of well-known punjabi musician Sidhu Moosewala was revealed on May 29, 2022. punjab was not the only part of india that was grieved by this news. Sidhu Moosewala was his parents' only kid. His father Balkaur Singh and mother Charan Kaur were left alone after he passed away. Two years after the event, Sidhu is making headlines once more, but this time, his name is linked to positive news. In actuality, Sidhu Moosewala's mother gave birth to a child not too long ago. At the age of 56, Moosewala has chosen to become a mother through in vitro fertilization (IVF) in order to have a child. In light of this, let's examine in-depth the IVF procedure and the success rate of conceptions using it in this paper.

IVF: What is it?

ABP spoke with Dr. Nibha Singh, an IVF specialist. She said that the process involves removing the woman's eggs from her ovary in a lab and fertilizing them with the man's sperm. Not every egg that emerges from the woman's body during this fertilization process has to develop into an embryo.

Embryos frequently cannot withstand the freezing process, even after they have formed. In this case, only high-quality embryos are transferred into the woman's uterus following this procedure, increasing her chances of becoming pregnant. It's probable that you still refer to In Vitro Fertilization, or IVF, as Test Tube Baby because it was formerly known by that name. IVF, or "test tube baby," technology was first utilized in england in 1978. Today, it is a huge help to all the couples across the world who have been trying for years to get pregnant but have not been successful. 

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