New discovery in tube baby: Sperm radarThe University of Sheffield, England, has developed a sperm radar that increases the chances of success in vitro. Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist Op. Dr. Betül Görgen evaluated this discovery.A new discovery was made to increase the chances of success for men in vitro fertilization: the sperm radar! Scanning using magnetic radar can optimize the sperm without killing the sperm.Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist Op. Dr. Betül Görgen gave the following information about the new method developed at the University of Sheffield:"During this process, the living cell is assessed using a 10-ft magnetic resonance (MR) machine.Assessing whether sperm is healthy in current methods leads to sperm loss. The new method can be selected without the healthiest sperm loss, thus increasing the success of the IVF.TUBE PROVIDES THE BEST SELECTION FOR BABYThis machine will work with a radar principle, which will increase the chances of men experiencing the problem of becoming a father. Experts from the University of Sheffield have developed this technique so that the sperm used can be used without waste. Most of the advanced tests aimed at researching sperm molecules damage the sperm and ultimately render it unusable.In this process, living sperm cells can be assessed using a 10 ft MT spectroscopy machine and the best choice for the tube baby is achieved without harming the cell.The machine uses a strong magnet and works like a radar. As sperm sends energy pulses, it hears the signals coming back from it.Unlike other destructive testing methods, low energy pulses do not cause sperm damage. This means that sperm can be used in IVF treatment. It's exciting that this technique does not cause sperm damage.So far we have been struggling to choose doctors, the best eggs and the best embryos to grab the womb. But there was no way to choose the best sperm. With this new technique, this choice can now be done easily. "
TagsNew discovery in tube baby: Sperm radar A new discovery was made to increase the chances of success for men in vitro fertilization the sperm radar! Scanning using magnetic radar can optimize the sperm without killing the sperm During this process the living cell is assessed using a 10-ft magnetic resonance (MR) machine living sperm cells can be assessed using a 10 ft MT spectroscopy machine and the best choice for the tube baby is achieved without harming the cell