A key element affecting the success of embryo transfer procedures and implantation may include preparation of female mucosa membrane and presence of appropriate endometrial receptivity. Thanks to our experience in this field, we are able to introduce our own methods for transfer preparation – and consequently, the risk of a failure is minimised. After embryo transfer, the patient is monitored – it is the so-called implantation supervision.
It is an extremely important stage of in vitro fertilisation programmes at INVICTA Clinics. According to our studies, when implantation supervision is performed correctly, it may increase the efficacy of an in vitro programme by approximately 8% on average.
During patient’s supervision after transfer, a physician constantly monitors lutein dosage and introduces necessary modifications depending on the test results and the patient’s medical condition. At the same time, the patient is provided with psychological comfort as she knows that there is a person who supervises programme outcomes during these most important weeks.
Implantation supervision at the INVICTA Clinics has also diagnostic benefits. In case of a programme failure, our specialists obtain invaluable information that can be used when planning the next in vitro fertilisation programme. A management strategy may be drastically changed during the next patient’s attempt, often thanks to information obtained after embryo transfer. Our specialists are aware of that and, therefore, they are responsible for appropriate implantation supervision until week 5 after embryo transfer.
As part of the In Vitro All Inclusive Programme, patients receive medications that help prepare the mucosa for transfer, and medications taken after transfer – lutein.