Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Overcome Infertility --Zygote Intrafallopian Tube Transfer (ZIFT)

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. With the advance of medical technology, conventional medicine has proven record in treating infertility but with some side effects. In this article, we will discuss Zygote intrafallopian tube transfer (ZIFT) : definition, effects, side effects and risk of conventional medication in treating hormone imbalance.

1. Definition
Similar to Gamete intrafallopian tube (GIFT), Zygote intrafallopian tube transfer (ZIFT) is defined as placing the zogote (the fertilized but undivided egg) directly into the woman's fallopian tubes, in order to maximize the chance of fertility.

2. Zygote intrafallopian tube transfer (ZIFT)
Since pregnancy occurs when the mature egg released by the ovaries and enters the fallopian tube, where it is fertilized by the male partner sperm which are ejaculated into vagina following sexual intercourse, therefore by placing the fertilized egg into the fallopian tube, it increases the chance of pregnancy substantially. As soon as the egg is matured through natural process of ovulation or medication induced ovulation, it is collected. After the sperm of male partner and the egg are washed and allowed to fertilize in the lab. The zogote is placed into the fallopian tube of the female partner with either the laparoscopy or mimilaparotomy (a miner abdominal surgery).

3. Risks
a) Infection
b) Minor abdominal bleeding
The success rate of gamete intrafallopian tube (GIFT) is 25% and the female partner is required to have at least a healthy fallopian tube.
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