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The use of in vivo maturation in ovarian way of life might cast off the chance of Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome at some point of IVF in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). For the ones without PCOS, in vitro maturation still has benefits as the system is much less extreme as superovulation is not required. Principles of ovarian lifestyle can be implemented to women who’re proof against FSH or oestrogen touchy tumors. In assessment to IVF, cells used in vitro maturation are harvested at a smaller length, immature and arrested at Metaphase I degree of meiosis. Once in the lab they go through maturation to Metaphase II.