Fertility Treatment

Due to the changing lifestyles, increased stress levels, exposure to high pollution level and many other reasons like urbanization, late marriages, uses of chemicals, wrong eating habits, they all resulted in increasing number of infertility cases.
The data suggest that currently, about 20 percent of the couple are suffering due to this problem. Fertility issues among the couples belonging to the fertile age group are causing them frustration and a hopeless situation in them.

Fertility treatments come as big hopes for a childless couple who wants to have their own babies. The advancement in the fertility treatments has helped thousands of families to realize their dream of having their own babies. In India, the treatment is much affordable, if we compare it with other foreign countries.

What are the options available as fertility treatments?

These treatments are offered after a thorough examination of both the partner, clinical findings and previous treatments given:

Artificial Insemination or Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI):

At the time of ovulation, sperm is directly inserted into the woman’s uterus.

Test tube babies or in vitro fertilization:

Eggs from female partner’s ovaries are collected and combined with their male partner’s sperm in the laboratory and the resulted embryos are implanted into female’s uterus.

Surrogacy:

In this treatment, a surrogate mother carries a donor’s or your’s embryo and after the birth of the child, she gives you the child.

Pregnancy through donor’s egg or embryo:

If a woman is not able to conceive through her own eggs, she can take donor’s egg that is mixed with your partner’s sperm in the lab and the formed embryo is implanted into the woman’s uterus. This treatment is also possible with the donated embryo.

Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (I.C.S.I.):

A single sperm gets injected into a single egg in the lab and the embryo then implanted into the uterus.

Laser Assisted Hatching:

The success of treatments that require implanting an embryo into the uterus definitely needs successful implantation, any failure in the process can result in non-pregnancy achieved.

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