Implant+ and Baby+ Intralipid Treatment

Inspire IVF Treatment for Clients with Recurrent Implantation Failure of Embryos

To maximize your effort to bring home a baby with our expertise, and with input from a recognized overseas world-class expert in IVF and Intralipid treatment, Inspire IVF have created the Implant+ before pregnancy and Baby+ carry on your pregnancy through the first trimester.

What are the causes of recurrent failure of Embryos to Implant

There are some explanations as to why embryos do not implant shown in Figure 11,2.

Figure 1 Some causes of repeated implantation failure and repeated miscarriage and their management (4D TVS; 4D transvaginal sonography, ERA; Endometrial Receptivity Array, APA; AntiPhospholipid Antibody syndrome, LMWH; Low-Molecular Weight Heparin, NK cell; Natural-Killer cell, PGD; Preimpalntation Genetic Diagnosis)

To make the implantation and pregnancy progress smoothly, your body must suppress some immunological responses to avoid rejection of semi-allograft embryo (Figure 2A). On the other hand, this suppression might go into the opposite direction, and lead to semi-allograft rejection. As a result, your embryos do not implant, miscarry along the way, or an abnormally attached placenta, which can lead to a complication of pregnancy called ‘preeclampsia’ (Figure 2B).

Figure 2 Immune tolerance during implantation and pregnancy 2A. A normal Th1 immunosuppression occurs during implantation and pregnancy 2B. An abnormal Th1 immunosuppression lead to infertility, miscarriage and preeclampsia.

There are some adjuvant therapies that might carry you and your precious pregnancy toward the end.

What does Intralipid Treatment do?

INTRALIPID infusion effectively suppresses Th1 immune system especially uterine NK cells3 and increases the pregnancy rate in women with recurrent implantation failure and recurrent miscarriage undergoing an IVF/ICSI cycle4.

The Implant+ treatment regime is used for clients undertaking Fresh and Frozen Embryo Transfer cycles. The Baby+ treatment regime is applied from a positive pregnancy test result, up to 14 weeks of pregnancy. (Figure 3).

Figure 3 Implant+ and Baby+ treatments scheme.

Low Molecular Weight Heparin Treatment

Another promising adjuvant is low-molecular weight heparin (LMWH), there are significant evidences that even in women with normal coagulation, they can have pregnancy benefit from LMWH5–7 without adverse outcomes on the pregnancy and newborn8.

Each patient will be individually assessed and counseled regarding management with low-molecular-weight heparin (LMWH).


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