Embryo Glue works as a Binding Agent

IVF treatment has made it possible for childless couples to have their own genetically connected child. Infertility is a growing lifestyle problem these days. Couples have been finding ways of infertility treatment. 

Embryo Glue is highly beneficial at transfer as it allows an improved mixture of the embryo with uterine secretions. This works as a binding agent between uterine lining and the embryo. Higher pregnancy rates are achieved after the transfer of frozen embryos with embryo glue into your surrogate mother uterus, unlike other agents that can be detrimental to embryos.

Embryo glue isn’t really a glue at all. It’s a specially developed formula that contains, among other things, high levels of a substance called hyaluronan, also known as hyaluronic acid.

Who can use Embryo Glue

Embryo Glue effective for couples who have experienced had multiple cycles before without implantation. This low-cost product helps the embryo to implant and attach itself to the uterus. In fact, it helps the cycle to be successful.

Hyaluronan is produced naturally in the female womb, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. The substance makes other reproductive organs stickier by contributing to its fertilization and implantation.

Ingredients of Embryo Glue

Embryo glue is made of a rich blastocyst culture medium. It consists of hyaluronan and high concentration of recombinant human albumin. This blend creates a condition and warmth of the female uterus for the embryo and helps in its implantation.

The overall success rate of pregnancy is recorded to be increased after the introduction of embryo glue in the IVF treatment. Patients, who are above the age of 35, are mostly benefitted from this as this age group is the one who suffers from unexplained infertility and failed implantation the most. This glue mimics the conditions of the uterus during implantation by maintaining the temperature and other required conditions. Thus, the embryos remain in its best condition throughout the implantation and make a successful pregnancy of your surrogate.

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