Eggs collected from a woman are mixed with their partner spermatozoa and are kept in a petri-dish (glass) and cultured under an incubator. The resultant embryos are transferred into a woman’s uterus. During in vitro fertilization, one ’s eggs do get fertilized by sperm outside one’s body, in a laboratory. Then one (or more) of those fertilized eggs is transferred into the uterus with the hope of resulting in a pregnancy.
Success Rate: The timeline for IVF success is influenced by the Age Aspect: Younger individuals tend to have higher IVF success rates due to better ovarian response. Conversely, older individuals may experience reduced egg quality, impacting successful implantation in the uterus.