Russian Test-tube Infant Institution: Nowadays, we can find that there are more and more infertile couples in our life. Of course, in order to benefit more families and satisfy their parents'wishes, the improvement of medical technology has gradually brought good news to these families, that is, test-tube infants. Because this technology meets the wishes of most families to have new babies, people are often more excited when they mention test-tube babies.
I believe people who have known about it know that it is inevitable to suffer when making in vitro babies. Especially for women, it is not only more difficult when taking eggs, but also may suffer when embryo transfer. But I don't know if this technology will have a great impact on men. Next, we will follow the small edition. Continue to understand!
Test-tube babies have little effect on men? It's better to know these little things in advance.
Usually when we do test-tube baby, we will do some physical examinations for men, especially experience analysis, such as the report of blood group test for HIV and syphilis, etc. Of course, items such as hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, kidney function and chromosome test are also necessary. After all, we need to ensure that the sperm is removed first. Healthy, not infected by the virus, so as to meet the basic needs of test-tube babies.
If there is a certain amount of hepatitis or syphilis or other viral infections in men, then after taking sperm, viral stripping and cleaning of sperm are needed. Whether the sperm can be cleaned qualified also needs some corresponding evaluation, but no matter how it will not have a great impact on men. Especially in the process of IVF, men only provide sperm, and go to the hospital for sperm extraction when women take eggs. Usually, the process of sperm extraction is through masturbation. In order to leave some privacy for men, it often provides private space for men to take sperm themselves.
Is it harmful to men's body when they are making test-tube babies?
You have to know that in the process of making test-tube babies, women will bear a higher risk than men, especially more pain than men. This is also because women need to be given ovulation-stimulating injections before they can help women get out their eggs and then develop embryos. The fetus also needs to be transplanted into a woman's uterus. In the whole process, men only need to provide sperm, and the sperm is taken out safely and painlessly.