Researchers claim that mapping the genetic code of fertilised eggs may double the success rate of IVF. In a research study done in China, using this new method seventy fertilised eggs from volunteered donors, the removing of left or fragment polar bodies was studied and the full genetic code analysed. Thus, it certainly indicates that in ageing women, the increase of genetic abnormality contributes to a lower success. This technique may be useful in women who have repeated IVF failures or where success rates of IVF is much lower. Although this research is very appealing, this research has not been delivered practically and is not yet available in the world. This, certainly, confirms the belief that ageing leads to more abnormal eggs and embryos
Amit Shah and Anil Gudi.