For pregnant moms after successful IVF.
For pregnant moms after successful IVF To those of you who have been blessed with a long-awaited baby
Congratulations to all of the mothers who have successfully given birth to their babies after undergoing fertility treatment at a fertility treatment facility (timing pregnancy, artificial insemination pregnancy, IVF pregnancy, ICSI pregnancy, etc.).
At CRIFM, we support mothers who have successfully had their babies through fertility treatment and have graduated from the fertility treatment facilities. It is natural to have many worries and anxieties after having a baby.
Fertility treatment does not necessarily increase the risk of fetal disease compared to a natural pregnancy.However, those who have undergone fertility treatment have an inherent high risk factor of not being able to conceive naturally. Also, even if you have undergone preimplantation genetic tests (PGT), you are not completely free of chromosomal abnormalities.
Many mothers who have completed fertility treatment come to CRIFM. Let's take a look together to see if your baby is growing well.
For those who have undergone preimplantation genetic testing (PGT)
PGT is used to determine if there is a high possibility of chromosomal abnormalities such as Down's syndrome, and to bring a fertilized egg with no or few abnormalities back to the uterus to reduce the possibility of miscarriage.
In PGT, abnormalities that can be seen in a normal chromosome test are clearly identified, so there is little chance of trisomy such as Down syndrome or monosomy with a small number of chromosomes. However, it is also true that there are some problems such as mosaicism since the cells of the trophic ectoderm (TE) are collected.
Those who have returned mosaic eggs through Preimplantation genetic test (PGT)
There are cases where a mosaic (most likely a mixture of abnormal and normal chromosomes) fertilized egg is returned after a recent PGT. For example, when multiple embryos have been subjected to PGT and most of them have chromosomal abnormalities, mosaic embryos may be the only embryos that can be returned.
If the mosaicism is really in the body of the fetus, it can cause disease, but in some cases, the mosaicism is only in the placenta (chorion) and the fetus is perfectly fine.
Look at the following figure. Confirming whether the mosaicism is only in the placenta (CPM) or in the fetus itself (TFM) can be solved by performing an amniotic fluid test and detailed examination using a method called SNP microarray.
Early Scan Outpatient Clinic
Early scans are used to make sure that your 7-10 week old baby is growing well.You can come for Early Scan as many times as you want.Your baby's digital data will be sent to your smartphone, so you will have a record of your little one's growth.
Early Scan Fees
|6-10 weeksEarly Scan ultrasonography||3,850 yen (tax included)
※*Early Scan ultrasonography is available only for patients who undergo Early fetal diagnosis.
*Early Scan ultrasonography is available only for patients undergoing Early fetal diagnosis.
Ultrasound images can be viewed on medical imaging cloud services.
CRIFM uses Tricefy, a medical imaging cloud service, which allows mothers to share their baby's ultrasound images directly with their smartphones.
Since the images can be stored in the cloud with thorough security, you can view the images of your cute baby anytime, anywhere, from any device.