Victory A.R.T. Laboratory Phil., Inc.
Once a couple has been referred for assisted reproductive therapies and have been deemed good candidates for in vitro fertilization, both of them undergo a physical examination and assessment. Superovulation is a controlled technique, designed to stimulate the female partner’s ovaries to produce several oocytes in a cycle, rather than the usual single egg. Multiple eggs allow for multiple attempts at fertilization, and even the availability of multiple embryos. Superovulation ultimately increases the success rate of IVF and is thereby a common technique.