What is Improved In-vitro Fertilization?
In Vitro fertilization is an assisted reproductive technology (ART), adopted to address the problem of infertility, by manually fusing the extracted eggs and sperm in a laboratory. The resulting embryo is later implanted in the uterus for conception. For some infertile patients undergoing IVF cycles, the embryos consistently fail to implant for unexplained reasons. This is called IVF failure or implantation failure. Poor receptivity from the endometrium and weak or ageing follicles are some of the main factors that affect the IVF process.
How BAP C™ Works
Patient with 2 MM thickness, reported a growth of 6.9 MM within 48 hours and implantation carried out leading to succesful conception.
42 year old with repeated IVF failures treated for Endometrial thickness. Results seen in 72 hours.
Miscarriage patient with pronounced anaemic condition treated for Endometrial paucity reported success in 36 hours.