Egg freezing program in Nepal:

Egg freezing program in Nepal gives a choice of conceiving; in this freezing process we protect your embryos for a later time (When you are prepared for pregnancy and wish to use the eggs for fertilization). Our egg freezing program is proposed to improve the opportunities of a woman to preserve their fertility; it can also be beneficial for lot of causes for woman experiencing with serious health diseases.

Egg freezing is very much useful when they are ready for parenthood and from our Centre thousands of babies have been born as a result of this technology and at the venusivf we have the expertise to work with women who are also dealing with complex medical conditions.

What does involved in Egg freezing Program:

There are various medical reasons for taking the protection of freezing eggs. Freezing your eggs at an early reproductive age can help to preserve your fertility and exploit your chances of a future pregnancy if you should experience fertility problems in the future.

The treatment procedure is similar to the first part of the in vitro fertilization (IVF) process and is used to treat some patients with infertility.

Briefly, a female would have 10-12 days of daily doses to cause a group of her eggs to mature and develop. For the duration of this time, blood points & ultrasounds will be checked to track her response to the medicines. To remove the matured eggs, the woman would then undergo a brief (15- 30 minute, usually) outpatient procedure frequently under light anesthesia to produce the eggs.


Vitrification: This is a new technique for cryopreserving embryos. During vitrification, the water particles in an embryo are detached and substituted with an advanced attentiveness of cryprotectant than in the slow freeze method. The embryos are then rushed directly into liquid nitrogen. This severe (-12,000 degrees Celsius per minute) freezing makes a glass transition temperature, usually called a glass state, and the embryos are vitrified. This quick freezing decreases the chance for intercellular ice crystals to be created, thus reducing the collapse of cells upon thawing for embryo transfer.