ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection)

ICSI is a very effective method to fertilize eggs in the IVF lab after they have been aspirated from the female. Its main use is for significant male infertility cases Indications for ICSI Severe male factor infertility that do not want donor sperm insemination. Couples with infertility with: o Sperm concentrations of less than 15-20 million per milliliter o Low sperm motility – less than 35% o Very poor sperm morphology (subjective – specific cutoff value is debatable) Having previous IVF with no fertilization – or [...]


USG (Follicular Monitoring)

Ultrasonographic monitoring of the growth of follicle to precisely guide the treatment and prevent any unwanted complications. USG scan for Follicular Monitoring is done to study ovarian follicles that are used to identify ovulation of egg. For couples planning for pregnancy, ovulation period is the important period to try on, for conception to happen. Out of many ways available, the most reliable way to understand the ovulation is Follicular monitoring. It’s an endovaginal scan carried to study the ovaries, uterus [...]


IUI (Intrauterine Insemination)

Artificial insemination is a technique that can help treat certain kinds of infertility problems in both men and women. In this procedure, sperm is inserted directly into a woman’s cervix or uterus. This makes the trip shorter for the sperm and bypasses any possible obstructions. Intrauterine insemination (IUI), in which the sperm is placed inside the uterus, is the most common form of artificial insemination. Though the pregnancy rates for women undergoing artificial insemination may not be as high as [...]


IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a technique where eggs are surgically removed from the ovaries and are combined with sperm outside the body. After a few days, fertilized eggs (embryos) are placed inside the woman’s uterus, thus bypassing the fallopian tubes. The possibilities of success with an IVF treatment vary from patient to patient. Your physician can best predict the outcome in your case after a complete evaluation. This includes reviewing your history and prior responses to fertility medications, a [...]

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