How To Improve The Quality Of Egg For IVF Naturally?

The quality of the egg is a significant contributor to infertility in women. The availability, quality, and number of these eggs impact the viability of the pregnancy and the quality of the embryos. Reduced ovarian reserve causes poor egg quality, which is a typical problem in women over 35.  

Although it is a significant issue, it is never taken into account until the woman is about to become pregnant or is having difficulty. When they learn, the majority of women want to attempt a natural cure or home remedy first. 

Egg quality is crucial after fertilisation with sperm because it helps the embryo develop into a robust being. The likelihood of the embryo implanting in the uterus is higher when using high-quality eggs. Simply put, higher-quality eggs produce higher-quality embryos, which lead to healthy pregnancies. A high-quality, healthy egg should have the necessary number of chromosomes and the capacity to fuse with the sperm.

The egg may not be able to survive if it lacks the energy necessary to divide after fertilisation.

Measuring the Quality of Eggs


The eggs weaken as a woman aged, which might cause miscarriage or infertility. The quantity and quality of eggs dramatically diminish in the middle to late 30s.

Hormone levels: 

An anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) test can be used to assess the number of reserve eggs. High numbers of eggs of poor quality are produced by PCOS women.


A follicle-stimulating hormone that also contains estradiol, FSH can reveal the calibre of eggs.

The antral follicle count:

It displays how many follicles are on the ovaries. Each of these has the potential to develop and release eggs that lead to conception.

How to Improve Egg Quality?

  • Boost blood flow
  • Consume a healthy diet
  • Do not smoke
  • Manage stress
  • Maintain a healthy weight

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