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Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), the advancement of ART technique refers to an assurance to develop an embryo in a woman’s womb through ICSI process, which is different from In Vitro Fertilization (IVF).

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A technique called Egg Freezing is used to make the woman’s eggs available in future for those women who are unwilling to have children now and want to preserve their fertility due to various personal reasons.

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Intra Uterine Insemination refers an infertility treatment, where fast moving sperms are separated from sluggish or motionless sperms in the advances laboratory. Then these processed sperms are placed into the woman’s womb

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Welcome To Fertility Center

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We provide all medical services pretends reproductive system. Our goal is to make our clients happy. We do it as easy as possible for couples to have a baby, whether it’s through the use of egg donation or a gestational carrier.

Our doctor's facilities in India has, in fact, made a name for itself as a Centre of incredibleness, uprightness and effective results in the zone and field of Infertility treatment.

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Our brand-new reproductive center offers the latest fertility technology and comfort. We can help people with infertility and reproductive difficulties.

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  • When is IVF needed?
    Because the IVF process bypasses the fallopian tubes (it was originally developed for women with blocked or missing fallopian tubes), it is the procedure of choice for those with fallopian tube issues, as well as for such conditions as endometriosis, male factor infertility and unexplained infertility. A physician can review a patient’s history and help to guide them to the treatment and diagnostic procedures that are most appropriate for them.
  • Are there risks to having a baby through IVF?

    While some research suggests a slightly higher incidence of birth defects in IVF-conceived children compared with the general population (4 - 5% vs. 3%), it is possible that this increase is due to factors other than IVF treatment itself.

    It is important to recognize that the rate of birth defects in the general population is about 3% of all births for major malformations and 6% if minor defects are included. Recent studies have suggested that the rate of major birth defects in IVF-conceived children may be on the order of 4 to 5%. This slightly increased rate of defects has also been reported for children born after IUI and for naturally-conceived siblings of IVF children, thus it is possible that the risk factor is inherent in this particular patient population rather than in the technique used to achieve conception.

    Research indicates that IVF-conceived children are on par with the general population in academic achievement as well as with regards to behavioral and psychological health. More studies are under way to further investigate this important issue.

  • Are IVF injections painful?

    The prospect of daily injections can be overwhelming. While injections are a necessary part of IVF treatment, we have designed our medication schedules and injection type to minimize discomfort and stress; and our nurses carefully instruct and support every patient throughout this process. Medications that once had to be injected into the muscle have been replaced by medications given as a small injection under the skin (subcutaneous). Such injections are most commonly taken over a 10-12 day period, followed by one intramuscular injection of hCG, a hormone that triggers ovulation at the conclusion of the stimulation cycle. The hCG injection, previously only available in an intramuscular form, is now available in a subcutaneous form (Ovidrel) for patients that wish to avoid intramuscular injection. Although the recombinant subcutaneous form of hCG in Ovidrel has not been around as long as intramuscular hCG, all indications are that it is just as effective.

    After egg retrieval, patients are given a progesterone hormone supplement in order to prepare the lining of the uterus for the embryo transfer. For most patients, progesterone may be taken in a vaginal tablet or vaginal suppository form rather than an injection. In this way, injections may be avoided entirely during the second half of the IVF cycle. Progesterone vaginal tablets and suppositories have been proven to be as effective as progesterone injections.

  • Is the egg retrieval procedure painful?

    Because anesthesia is used for egg retrieval, patients feel nothing during the procedure. Egg retrieval is a minor surgery, in which a vaginal ultrasound probe fitted with a long, thin needle is passed through the wall of the vagina and into each ovary. The needle punctures each egg follicle and gently removes the egg through a gentle suction. Anesthesia wears off quickly once egg retrieval is concluded. Patients may feel some minor cramping in the ovaries that can be treated with appropriate medications.

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