@jauhar123 | Posted 01 Aug. 2019
Yes Ofcourse. In vitro fertilization (IVF) is more complicated than IUI. The intended mother’s eggs or a donor’s eggs are retrieved from her ovaries, combined with the intended father’s or donor’s ***** in a lab, and the resulting fetuses are then transferred to the intended mother’s or a surrogate’s *****.
The process of In Vitro Fertilization is a laboratory procedure where the egg is fertilized with the ***** in a laboratory dish and is implanted into the woman’s *****.
Depending on the woman’s features, the per-cycle IVF success rate is very high at 40% (natural conception has a per-cycle advance rate closer to 20-35%). It provides for preimplantation genetic testing (PGT).
The distinction between IUI andis actually quite extensive – in fact, there are some similarities between them other than the end goal of pregnancy.