IVF: in-vitro fertilization
IVF: In vitro fertilization
The IVF cycle is the designation for the full treatment, which involves stimulation, oocyte pick-up, fertilization and embryo transfer. In a narrower sense, IVF (in-vitro fertilization) denotes the classical method of cultivation, during which the eggs and sperm are placed into a "tube" and fertilization is expected to occur spontaneously. The original method, however, has a relatively low success rate and has therefore more or less been replaced by ICSI and PICSI.
Artificial insemination (assisted reproduction) is the term for medical procedures and methods that manipulate sex cells. IVF treatment or IVF cycle in a broader sense is used for a set of infertility treatment methods.
IVF cycle is the term for the entire treatment cycle, which includes stimulation, oocyte collection, sperm fertilization, and embryo transfer. IVF cycle is covered by health insurance up to a maximum of four cycles and up to the 39th birthday. Embryotransfer can then be performed at the latest on the 49th birthday of the woman.
In a narrower sense, IVF (in-vitro fertilization) refers to a classical cultivation method where eggs and sperm were placed in a "test tube" and spontaneous fertilization was expected. However, this original method has a relatively low success rate and has therefore more or less been replaced by the ICSI and PICSI methods.
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