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Can you describe gamete intrafallopian transfer (gift)?

Can you describe gamete intrafallopian transfer (gift)?

GIFT: Gamete intrafallopian transfer (gift) is a surgical procedure, typically performed via laparoscopy, where sperm and eggs are transferred into the end of the female's fallopian tube. The eggs fertilize in the tube and the resulting embryo migrates to the uterine cavity where it implants. ...Read more

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Is it normal to need a gamate intrafallopian transfer?

Is it normal to need  a gamate intrafallopian transfer?

Procedure of the pas: We only do these now if it is required by insurance. Gift is gamete (eggs and sperm) mixed in the fallopian tubes does not assure fertilization and identification of embryo division. Unlike zift, zygotes- fertilized eggs are transferred back to the tubes the day after retireval. ...Read more

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What is zygote intrafallopian transfer?

What is zygote intrafallopian transfer?

ZIFT: Zygote intrafallopian transfer (zift) is a surgical, laparoscopic, procedure where a zygote is placed in the female's fallopian tube. The zygote continues to grow and migrates to the uterine cavity where it implants. ...Read more

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Who could benefit from zygote intrafallopian transfer?

Who could benefit from zygote intrafallopian transfer?

Old treament: Zift, or zygote intrafallopian transfer is an old technology that is no longer in use. It is more invasive than routine ivf because it requires abdominal surgery (laparoscopy) and pregnancy rates are lower. ...Read more

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What is involved in zygote intrafallopian transfer (zift)?

ZIFT: Zygote intrafallopian trasfer (zift) is a laparoscopic surgical procedure where zygotes are placed in the fallopian tube of the female partner. The zygote will continue to grow and eventually migrate to the endometrial cavity to implant. ...Read more

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Who is not a suitable candidate for zygote intrafallopian transfer?

ZIFT candidate: Embryos live best in the environment of the tubes which act as natural incubators. For women older than 42, ivf may not offer much advantage over the natural cycle. Some studies had shown that placing embryos (zift) or the sperm and eggs (gift) into the distal tubes could yield higher live birth rates than ivf. For most patients, however, ivf is more cost effective than zift or gift. ...Read more

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Is gamete cryopreservation and fertility treatment for cancer patients covered?

Is gamete cryopreservation and fertility treatment for cancer patients covered?

Try Fertile Hope: If your insurance doesn't cover it (worth checking) look into fertile hope, who offer discounted treatment and/or free medications. http://bit.ly/ibrss9. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Donor gametes. Friends say what I do and feel will influence the fetus. What would be the mechanism for that>fertility doctor preferred?

Donor gametes. Friends say what I do and feel will influence the fetus. What would be the mechanism for that>fertility doctor preferred?

Epigenetics: Epigenetics is the process of altering, or turning on and off certain genes based on the environment. The environment of the fetus is maternal physiology. Many theories now that maternal factors control much of this process. So the answer is yes, but how much and what aspects affect the preg. We feel the biggest effect is thru nutrition and it's effect on metabolic syndrome in the child/adult. ...Read more

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Who does zift?

Who does zift?

Early embryo in tube: Zift is zygote intrafallopian tube transfer. It's a procedure where sperm fertilizes an egg in a dish. The embryologist gives the resulting fertilized egg (zygote) to a fertility specialist who in turn surgically transfers the zygote into the fallopian tube. Hardly ever done any more. ...Read more

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