IVF is a reproductive technique for couples who cannot conceive. In vitro fertilization is the placement of the embryo obtained in the laboratory environment as a result of fertilization of the egg taken from the woman and the sperm taken from the man.
In the in vitro fertilization method, eggs fertilized in the laboratory environment pass the first stages of development in the laboratory environment and then are placed in the uterus of the future mother. The pregnancy that will be achieved after this procedure is no different from a natural pregnancy.
In the in vitro fertilization method, the eggs are fertilized in two ways: in the first way in the laboratory environment, the spermatozoa are left near the eggs and are expected to enter the egg and carry out the fertilization process; while in the second method the sperm cell is injected directly into the egg under a microscope with the help of a pipette.