Traditionally embryos used in IVF have been grown in lab conditions in specialized equipment designed just for that purpose. The equipment and lab staff, of course, is not cheap. It is quite expensive actually, and this is part of the reason IVF procedures can be somewhat costly.
A cheaper alternative
As the race to develop newer, more advanced embryo growing equipment for IVF continues to become more and more expensive, a new, cheaper (and readily available), organic and totally natural alternative has been developed. What is this new “machine”? A woman’s own body.
How does it work
A small capsule (about the size of a thimble), is used to mix egg and sperm cells in order to fertilize the egg cells. This INVOcell capsule is then inserted into a woman’s vaginal canal near the cervical opening to allow the woman’s body heat to incubate the fertilized egg cells. The device is placed inside the vaginal canal and simply left there for about five days.
After this incubation time the fertilized eggs have developed into embryos. The device is removed and then the resulting embryos are taken from it and are implanted into the woman’s uterus. The fertility specialist may use one of more of the embryos for implantation; any unused embryos may be frozen for later use.
INVOcell can be a good alternative
This new device can be a good alternative for Catholics who may have a religious based aversion to traditional IVF procedures which grows the embryos outside of the body. This method also requires fewer fertility drugs and fewer office visits, which makes it more cost effective and convenient.
The IVF success rates with the INVOcell capsule
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