WHAT IS CALCIUM IONPHOR?
In vitro fertilization offers the possibility of having a baby for couples who cannot get a natural pregnancy. In many cases of infertility from women, men, or both, pregnancy can be achieved by IVF treatment. In vitro fertilization is performed by combining the sperms of the man and the eggs of the woman in the laboratory and placing the fertilized egg in the mother's womb. In order for the IVF treatment to be successful, it is necessary to obtain an embryo as a result of this fertilization process, or rather to achieve fertilization and to obtain a healthy embryo. However, fertilization cannot be performed in some IVF trials. Therefore, there is no embryo transfer. In such cases, the eggs are activated and fertilization is achieved by using calcium ionophore to achieve success in IVF treatment.