Music gives IVF eggs good vibes
The Spanish researchers believe that the tiny vibrations produced by music give fertilisation a helping hand. London - It is known as the food of love – and now it has emerged that music may boost the odds of IVF success. Playing music to an egg in a dish in an IVF lab increased the chances of it being fertilised by five percent, a study found.
Pop, classical and heavy metal tracks were all equally good, the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology’s annual conference in London heard. The scientists, from the Marques Institute fertility clinic in Barcelona, injected sperm into almost 1 000 eggs and put them on dishes in incubators.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Independent on Saturday