Fertility Treatments

Laser Assisted Hatching

Laser Assisted Hatching

This precise and minimally invasive procedure involves using a laser to create a small hole in the outer layer of the embryo, known as the zona pellucida, to help the embryo hatch and attach to the uterine lining. LAH has been shown to significantly improve pregnancy rates in certain cases, making it a valuable tool for couples struggling with infertility. Laser Assisted Hatching works by facilitating the embryo's natural hatching process, aiding in its attachment to the uterine wall for successful implantation. This technique is particularly beneficial for embryos with a thick or hardened zona pellucida, which can impede hatching and implantation.



Our Procedure for Laser Assisted Hatching Will Include:

  • The procedure is generally considered safe and minimally invasive
  • Improve the chances of embryo implantation
  • LAH can lead to higher pregnancy rates.
  • Reduce the risk of damage to the embryo.

By carefully creating a precise opening with a laser, embryologists can enhance the chances of successful implantation, ultimately increasing the likelihood of a viable pregnancy. When considering Laser Assisted Hatching (LAH) as part of your In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatment, it's crucial to weigh the benefits against the potential risks. Some advantages of LAH include improved embryo implantation rates and increased chances of a successful pregnancy, especially for embryos with a thick or hardened zona pellucida.



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