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Ovulation Induction/Augmentation

Hormones under the control of the hypothalamus, the pituitary gland, and the ovaries regulate the female reproductive cycle. If this basic control system does not work correctly, ovulation will be disturbed or absent. Ovulatory disorders are characterized by anovulation (complete failure to ovulate) or infrequent and/or irregular ovulation (eg PCOS).


Ovulation induction/ Ovulation augmentation involves the use of medication to stimulate the development of more than 1 follicle.


It aims to correct hormonal imbalance, allowing where possible mono-ovulation to occur.


More than 80% of infertile women without anatomical disorders are treated successfully with fertility agents that promote the growth and development of ovarian follicles via the stimulation of FSH and LH.

Donor Sperm

Donor sperms are offered when a husband has azoospermia/ poor semen parameters. It is also an option for single women and lesbian couples. The sample is carefully selected, tested for infections and matched with husband profile.

Intrauterine insemination (IUI)

IUI is a process whereby washed sperms are placed into a woman's uterus. The aim of IUI is to place more sperms into the uterus (i.e. closer to the tubes ) around the time of ovulation.The hoped-for outcome of intrauterine insemination is for the sperm to swim into the fallopian tube and fertilize a waiting egg, resulting in a normal pregnancy. Depending on the reasons for infertility, IUI can be coordinated with your natural cycle or with fertility medications.



A couple's ability to become pregnant depends on many different factors. Intrauterine insemination is used most often in couples who have:

Donor sperm- For women who need to use donor sperm to get pregnant, IUI is most commonly used to achieve pregnancy. Frozen donor sperm specimens are obtained from certified labs and thawed before the IUI procedure.


Unexplained infertility- IUI is often performed as the first treatment for unexplained infertility along with ovulation-inducing medications.


Endometriosis-related infertility-Like unexplained infertility, the combination of medications is used to obtain the best egg and IUI is the first treatment.

Frozen Embryo Transfer

It is a procedure in which embryos frozen from the previous cycle are thawed and transferred. Embryos are typically thawed the morning of the transfer and can be thawed fairly rapidly so that if the desired number does not survive the thaw, additional embryos can be thawed in a short period of time prior to the scheduled embryo transfer. Approximately 70% of good quality day 3 embryos and 95% of Blastocyst embryos survive the thaw. Embryos with less than complete cell survival can result in a normal pregnancy but the probability of a pregnancy is lower.


Donor Egg

Use of donor egg is indicated in women with ovarian failure, diminished ovarian reserve or genetic diseases or poor egg quality . Anonymous donors are provided by registered ART banks and tested for communicable diseases.


A careful medical, psychological, genetic and family history is taken from the potential donor. They undergo hormonal testing, blood, and cultures for sexually transmitted diseases and drug use. All donors undergo mandatory screening by our staff psychologist. Egg donors have no continuing responsibility to any child born following egg donation.

Laparoscopy Hysteroscopy

Laparoscopy is performed for treatment of fibroids, Ovarian Cysts (endometriotic cysts, simple cysts), Tubal Blockage, Hydrosalpinx, Uterine Septum etc.


In the same sitting, Hydrosalpinx to check the inside of uterine cavity is performed and any polyps, fibroids or spertum can be removed.

High Risk Pregnancy

We specialize in the management of the recurrent, pregnancy losses, medical problems associated with pregnancy like hypertension, diabetes, heart disease etc.

Surrogacy

Surrogacy is a process when another woman carries a baby for a couple who wants to have a child ( intended parents). It is advisable for women with the absent / malformed uterus, repeated IVF failures and recurrent pregnancy losses.

Surrogacy has been practiced as a means of helping women who are unable to bear children for centuries. With modern IVF, it is now possible to generate embryos from the genetic couple (patient couple) and transfers them to the "surrogate host", who therefore provides no genetic contribution to any child that results from such an arrangement .

Blastocyst Transfer

An embryo cultured to day 5 is called a blastocyst and offers high success rates with lower chances of multiple pregnancies.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

  • IVF is the union of an egg and sperm in artificial conditions in a laboratory. The union of an egg and sperm results in the formation of an embryo. The embryo is transferred to the uterus which if accepted results in a pregnancy. This process of IVF is done in conjunction with fertility drugs along with monitoring of hormone levels through blood tests and follicle scans with ultrasound.
  • In a lab setting, the fertilization process is overseen by professionals. Once an embryo is formed, it can then be transferred into a woman's uterus, where subsequent development can occur naturally.
  • Although many factors can influence the ultimate outcome of IVF, the process has resulted in numerous successes. Babies conceived through IVF are no more likely to suffer birth defects than children conceived naturally.
  • In vitro fertilization is a way to bypass negative issues related to normal conception. The female body might be incapable of fostering fertilization because it does not allow sperm to reach the egg. In some cases, the body will actually fight against the sperm cells with antibodies. IVF eliminates sperm's exposure to such hostile environments.

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection

ICSI is a procedure in which a sperm is directly injected into an egg under the microscope. It is used for males with low sperm count/motility/ morphology.


ICSI enables fertilization for following causes of infertility:

  • Males with very low or zero sperm count or production.
  • Sperm problems like poor morphology (abnormal shape) or poor motility (not moving normally).
  • Failure of fertilization or an unexpectedly low fertilization rate in previous IVF.
  • Males with vasectomy.
  • Erection or ejaculation problems due to spinal cord injuries or diabetes etc.
  • Sperm unable to penetrate through the outer layer of egg or production of antisperm antibodies.

Percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration(PESA) / Testicular sperm aspiration (TESA)


It Can be offered to men with obstructive azoospermia. In this sperms can be aspirated with a needle from testis/ epididymis. The surgically retrieved sperms are then used for ICSI.

LASER ASSISTED HATCHING

Most people are familiar with the fact that most couples who reach the point in an ART cycle when embryos are transferred to the uterus, will not achieve a pregnancy. Even when presumably high quality, fertile eggs are used, such as in egg donation, over half of couples are still left disappointed each cycle.



After a fertilized egg is transferred to the uterus, several things must happen:

  • The embryo must break out of the zona pellucida (usually just called the zona) which is a hard protein shell that surrounds it.
  • The embryo must then burrow into the lining of the uterus (called the endometrium) and continue to grow there.

Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS)

Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) determines the chromosomal status of an embryo by screening all 23 chromosome pairs prior to transfer in an IVF cycle. PGS may be appropriate for couples pursuing IVF due to a history of infertility or recurrent pregnancy loss because a major cause of IVF failure is aneuploid embryos with an abnormal number of chromosomes.The chances of aneuploid increase with maternal age.



Preimplatation Genetric Diagnosis(PGD)



Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) enables people with an inheritable condition in their family to avoid passing it on to their children. It involves checking the genes and/or chromosomes of embryos created through IVF.



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