Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Overcome Infertility --Tubal embryo transfer (TET)

Conventional medicine plays an important role and most of the time is the first treatment for a couple who for what ever reason cam not conceive after 1 year of unprotected sexual intercourse or can not carry the pregnancy to full term. Artificial insemination is defined as placing sperm of the male partner by using medical advance technological instrument into the female reproductive tract through a method other than sexual intercourse. It is used when the male partner is diagnosed with ejaculation problems or the female partner is diagnosed with ovulation and cervical problem. In this article, we will discuss Tubal embryo transfer (TET) : definition, effects, side effects and risk of conventional treatment.

1. Definition
Tubal embryo transfer (TET) is defined as a procedure involves the transfer of the cleaved embryos in the Fallopian tube of the female partner.

2. What is Tubal embryo transfer (TET)
The operation is carried out as a surgical procedure in the hospital under a general anaesthesia with the use of medical laparoscopy. Unlike ZIFT, after the eggs are collected and allowed to fertilized with the male partner sperm, the zogotes are cultivated in the lab for 2 days and the embryos are replaced into the female partner fallopian tube.
It is said that TET allows the embryos to travel naturally into the uterus for natural implantation, thereby, increasing the chance of conceive, but study shows that the chance for conceive through TET is the same in other ART and only be used after IVF is not successfully.

3. Risks
a) Multiple birth
b) Anaesthesia reaction
c) Infection
d) Abdominal bleeding
e) Ovarian over stimulation syndrome.
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