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Infertility & IVF

IVF (in vitro fertilization) or insemination of female egg with microscope. Digital illustration.
IVF Procedure Steps & FAQs

In IVF the embryos formed (by fusion of egg and sperm of the couple) are transferred into the womb (uterus) of the genetic mother (who has contributed her eggs). However, in certain cases like absent uterus or diseased uterus the embryos are transferred to womb...

EVERYDAY FACTORS THAT AFFECT YOUR FERTILITY POTENTIAL
EVERYDAY FACTORS THAT AFFECT YOUR FERTILITY POTENTIAL

The ability to procreate is a basic human right and desire. However, around 10-15% of the population face difficulties in the process of child bearing. In the modern era where both the partners have career goals child bearing is deliberately delayed. In such scenario, here...

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AGING AND FEMALE FERTILITY

A woman’s age is the best marker of her fertility potential. Every woman is born with a fixed number of eggs which she exhausts during the reproductive age and ends up in menopause. Data from various studies reveal that fertility in women peaks between the ages...

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Elective Single Embryo Transfer (eSET) : An advanced IVF technique

In the early days of IVF, replacement of several embryos in order to compensate for low implantation rates in human was considered good clinical practice. Lack of funding, sub optimal embryo culture and selection techniques and pressure from patients led to a staggering 50% of...