A treatment for infertility in which sperm and surgically removed eggs areinserted into the Fallopian tube at the same time, in the hope that the egg will be fertilized and implant.
A procedure for infertile couples in which sperm and eggs are collected and then inserted together into the woman's fallopian tube.
This treatment involves stimulation of the ovaries and then under a laparoscopy, the eggs and prepared sperm are then placed into the fallopian tubes where natural fertilisation normally takes place.
Mimics natural conception more closely than IVF. In GIFT, eggs are collected from the female partner but instead of being taken to the laboratory for fertilisation, the eggs plus the previously collected and washed sperm are placed directly into a normal fallopian tube using a fine sterile plastic tube.
Procedure performed after ovulation. The egg is removed via laparoscopy and immediately mixed with washed sperm, usually from the husband. This sperm-egg mixture is then transferred by laparoscopy into the fallopian tubes where fertilization my then take place.
Gamete intra-fallopian transfer involves combining sperm and eggs outside the body and immediately placing them into the fallopian tubes.
GIFT is an assisted conception treatment similar to IVF which involves removing eggs from a woman's ovaries, mixing them with sperm, and transferring them to the Fallopian tubes, allowing fertilisation to take place within the woman's body.
Procedure in which the sperms and eggs are transferred by laparoscopy into the fallopian tubes where fertilization may then take place.
a variation of in vitro fertilization sperm and the unfertilized egg are placed in the recipient's Fallopian tubes.
An infertility treatment similar to IVF in which sperm and surgically removed eggs are inserted into the fallopian tube at the same time, in the hope that the egg will be fertilized and implant in the uterus.
during laparoscopy an egg and sperm are both placed in the fallopian tube for fertilization