Ovulation Induction is the initial process in the treatment of infertility. It is a fertility treatment where the treatment is done using certain drugs. It indicates the best time indicating a successful pregnancy.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) is the most common form of ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology). It is the opted treatment when there is damage in the fallopian tubes or low sperm count.
Natural cycle or Minimal stimulation IVF is a procedure where low amount of fertility medication is used or no fertility medications or drugs are used.
Intrauterine-Insemination is a fertility treatment where the semen is injected into the uterus to aid in the fertilization process. In IUI treatment the sperms on their own make their way to the egg for fertilization.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is a laboratory procedure, where eggs and sperms are collected from bodies of male and female partners and then the sperm is released into the uterus.
In Vitro Maturation (IVM) is a procedure where low fertile medications are used to produce immature eggs which are collected through a minor surgery, and then matured using hormones.
Laser Hatching Assisted hatching is an advanced scientific technique that involves using a laser to gently thin the outer shell of the egg (called the zona). In some cases, particularly in older women, it is thought that the thickness of the outer shell (zona) can impede implantation.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is becoming more popular as a nonoperative treatment option for a broad spectrum of medical disorders.
Autologous PRP is derived from an individual's whole blood then centrifuged to remove red blood cells. The remaining plasma has a 5- to 10-fold higher concentration of growth factors than whole blood. These growth factors have been found to promote natural healing responses by researchers across multiple specialties, such as dentistry, dermatology, urology, and gynecology [2,3].
Platelets promote healing and attract stem cells to the site of the injury. Moving from basic science to clinical practice, PRP injections have been applied to the ENDOMETRIUM an OVARIES(OVARIAN REJUVENATION)
TESA is a clinical procedure which involves collecting sperms from the male testicles, the semen is collected to identify the condition azoospermia. It’s a condition where males have no sperms in the semen.
Blastocyst Culture is a procedure where the embryo is preserved in the lab for 5 to 7 days. This preserved embryo is called blastocyst embryo which is implanted into the uterus.
There are certain situations where it may be advantageous to know part of the genetic make-up of the embryo prior to deciding to transfer it back to the uterine cavity. The patient is treated using IVF and when the embryos are three or five days old, one or more cells are extracted (“embryo biopsy”) and tested for either specific genes or a variety of chromosomes.
A Laparoscopy is a keyhole procedure to look inside the woman’s pelvic area and examine the ovaries and womb. The procedure is performed under general anaesthetic and involves passing a telescope into the abdomen (tummy) through a small cut.It helps us to visualize the uterus, fallopian tubes, check the patency but most importantly an FTC (Fallopian tube catheterization) can be attempted to open the tubes if they are blocked.Laparoscopy, also called as diagnostic laparoscopy,
3D ultrasound is an emerging technology with great promise to further this role. This overview describes and illustrates the applications of three-dimensional Transvaginal ultrasound in female infertility.
Fibroids Growth of fibroids is also a major cause for infertility amongst women to conceive. Fibroids are non malignant and non cancerous tissue which grows in the uterus.
Semen freezing semen cryopreservation is a procedure done to collect and preserve the sperms. Sperm freezing is done when the male is undergoing medications which can impact the quality of sperms.
Oocyte cryopreservation is done particularly in conditions where women suffer with chronic illness such as cancer or who are about to undergo chemotherapy. The procedure is done to preserve the egg similar to the IVF treatment.
Embryo Transfer is done when there are surplus embryos of high grading quality. The eggs are freezed and later thawed during the FET cycle.
Endometrium is the tissue surrounding the inner lining of the uterus (womb). Women with endometriosis often experience pain during menstruation and cramps.
Recurrent pregnancy loss is when the miscarriage occurs frequently more than twice or more. Recurrent miscarriage is the the pregnancy which lasts till 20 weeks or before.
Vasectomy is a clinical procedure as a means of birth control. In this procedure the vas deferentia tubules are detached.
Fallopian Tube Catheterisation( FTC) is a non-surgical procedure, in which the blocks along the fallopian tubes are cleared, thus allowing women to conceive.
Natural killer (NK) cells are sub variety of the white blood cells (WBC) which is the body’s defense mechanism.They provide immunity by fighting & safeguarding the body against harmful tumors, and infections etc.
PCOD Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a very common problem faced by women to ovulate regularly. PCOS is a condition in which cysts occur in the ovaries due to hormonal imbalance.
Mild To Severe Oligospermia Oligozoospermia is a condition where the sperm count in male is of low count which is a major cause for male infertility.
Cosmetic surgery involves breast augmentation, liposuction, breast lift recovery to restore the shape and firmness. Cosmetic surgery is done to enhance the body shape and remove excess fat deposits.