Louise Brown, born in July 1978 in England was the world’s first IVF baby. Since then the technique of IVF has evolved and has successfully helped thousands of couples across the globe to become parents. The term “in vitro” comes from the fact that the process of fertilization takes place in a laboratory petri dish rather than in the woman’s body.
IVF treatment is indicated in:
- Women with damaged or blocked Fallopian tubes
- Men who have sperm disorders
- Unsuccessful Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
- Couple who have unexplained infertility
- Women who have Endometriosis