The Importance of being an Embryologist

There are various factors which contribute to the success of IVF Treatment – from the quality of doctors to equipment. But one thing most patients overlook is the laboratory of Fertility Clinic and the Embryologist. While the laboratory is the nucleus; an embryologist is the bloodline of any IVF Clinic. Yet this aspect of infertility treatment is often relegated to the background by patients. While choosing IVF Clinics in Gurgaon, most of the patients only look at infrastructure, fee of the treatment and qualifications of doctors. An embryologist usually remains the unsung hero.

It is an undeniable truth that embryologist plays the most important part in the success (or failure) of IVF Treatment. Even if quality of eggs and sperms is excellent, it requires an embryologist of superlative finesse to turn them into healthy embryos in laboratory. In other words, good-quality eggs and sperms alone are not adequate to form salutary embryos. A crackerjack embryologist puts his skills to effective use and deftly whips up top-notch embryos. The empirical data suggests that IVF Clinics in India which have competent embryologists have a much higher success-rate than others.

Hence, patients must be quite careful and perceptive while choosing IVF clinic for treatment. Some of the clinics do not even have full-time embryologists and rely on travelling embryologists. Truth is that fertilization process requires considerable time and undivided attention. Make-shift embryologists do not have adequate time and often cut corners which savagely damage the likely outcome of treatment.

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