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Dr. Harsha Bhadarka explains the IVF machine (the left needle holder is to hold the egg and the right one is used to inject sperm.  The plate below is maintained at normal body temperature of 37.5 degree Celsius) and the Incubator (the fertilised embryo is placed inside an incubator, with the name of the surrogates on top of each container. It is maintained, again, at 37.5 degrees Celsius. It's a delicate procedure. The fertilization success rate at Patel's clinic is about 40-45 percent. If the beta test is successful, it is then transferred to the surrogate and if she shows a positive result with pregnancy, she is then transferred to the surrogate house)..Dr. Harsha Bhadarka is the in-house Embryologist  Bsc.(Micro), DMLT, 10 years experience in a reputed IVF institute of Gujarat. She has worked at the Akanksha Infertility Clinic in Anand, Gujarat, India, for 7-8 years.."It's very difficult to explain a negative result (to clients)" ..The Akanksha Infertility Clinic is known internationally for its surrogacy program and currently has over a hundred surrogate mothers pregnant in their environmentally controlled surrogate houses.