Fertility and IVF

Our approach to fertility solutions is very different. We do not offer a standard package, but personalise our offerings for every couple. We know that every couple has a unique set of issues and we treat them as individuals, not as a package. We offer a comprehensive assessment and an evidence based solution for infertile couples seeking assistance to overcome infertility. We completely personalize every fertility treatment and we take great care in analysing every possible issue, before we arrive at an accurate solution. All along, we support the treatment with counselling, for both husband and wife. Our fertility experts guide the couple through the right treatment, and advise them on whether a treatment is required in the first place. The team of specialists also offers support to cope with the stress, because have seen that being able to relax is hugely beneficial to people’s attempts at having a baby.

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We have some of the best specialists from around the world, they bring years of experience and offer evidence based treatment to ensure the best care for you.

Services

We provide comprehensive treatment for all types diseases under one roof. Our highly experienced doctors supported by especially trained clinical staff, ensure the best care for you.

Faqs

Want to find out more about the treatment? The answer to your questions can be found below.

How successful is in vitro fertilization

The success rate of IVF clinics depends on many factors including lifestyle, maternal age, reproductive history, the cause of infertility. However, pregnancy rates are not the same as live birth rates. IVF success rate for women under age 35 who start an IVF cycle is 40 percent, women above age 42 have 4 percent success rate

How long does the egg retrieval take

Egg retrieval typically takes under 30 minutes which is based on the number of follicles that are present. Since it is done under anesthesia, this process is not painful

What are the side effects of in vitro fertilization

Some of the side effects after IVF are Mild cramping, bloating, passing a small amount of fluid after the IVF procedure, breast tenderness and constipation

How to prevent infertility

Infertility is not preventable in both men and women, but it can be managed with various strategies such as:

Limit drug, tobacco use and intake of too much alcohol, avoid high temperatures found in hot tubs and hot baths, do not take medications that affect fertility, exercise moderately, avoid exposure to environmental or industrial toxins, limit caffeine, quit smoking and manage ideal weight

 

What are the causes of male infertility

The causes of male infertility include abnormal sperm production or function, problems with sperm ejection, overexposure to certain environmental factors and health problems affected due to cancer & treatments

What is Infertility

Infertility is defined as not being able to conceive naturally despite having regular intercourse for at least a year for most couples. It may result from an issue with either you or your partner or a combination of factors that prevent pregnancy. In such a case, In vitro fertilization treatment may be recommended. IVF is a method of fertilizing the egg with sperm outside the body to help women get pregnant

Is the embryo transfer painful

The procedure is usually painless and generally, you might experience mild cramping. It is similar to intrauterine insemination (IUI) procedure and you may feel only the speculum

What are the common risks associated with IVF procedure

The common risks associated with IVF procedure are nausea or vomiting, decreased urinary frequency, shortness of breath, faintness, severe stomach pain and bloating and weight gain within three to five days

What are the causes of female infertility

The causes of female infertility include ovulation disorders, uterine or cervical abnormalities, fallopian tube damage or blockage, endometriosis, cancer and its treatment, early menopause and pelvic adhesions

What are the risk factors of infertility

Some of the main risk factors of infertility in men and women are age, tobacco use, alcohol intake, being overweight, being underweight and lack of physical activity

When should I see an infertility specialist

You are recommended to consult an infertility specialist if you are a woman aged 35 or above, have irregular periods, painful periods, known fertile problems, undergone cancer treatment and had multiple miscarriages.

While men should talk to a doctor if they have low sperm count, undergone cancer treatment, small testiclesm, and family history of infertility problems

 

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