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What Lifestyle changes can I make to Increase the chances of Successful of Fertility Treatment?

The success of fertility treatments depends upon a range of factors such as maternal age, IVF clinic, couple lifestyle etc. If a couple is planning to start fertility treatment, first thing they should do is to undergo lifestyle changes. Lifestyle changes are associated with physical, psychological and social well being of a couple. These changes help to reduce the stress…

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Laser Assisted Hatching

Laser Assisted Hatching

The zona pellucida is an important layer surrounding the unfertilized or fertilized egg before and after fertilization.  The role zona pellucida plays before fertilization is to ensure that only one sperm can bind to egg and the rest are unable to penetrate the egg. After fertilization, the zona pellucid helps to keep the cells of embryo together and ensures implantation…

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Adenomyosis and Infertility

Adenomyosis and Infertility

HEALTHY UTERUS The uterus wall consists of 3 layers; the inner layer is endometrium. Endometrium gets ready for pregnancy each month. If pregnancy does not occur, then the endometrium is shed during the menstrual cycle. The middle layer is myometrium composed of muscle cells. The outer layer is perimetrium. Adenomyosis is a benign (non – cancerous) condition which occurs in…

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Do I really need an IVF?

Do I really need an IVF?

When is it Right for me to go for an IVF? As per standard medical guidelines, one would need an IVF treatment in case of an unexplained failure to conceive in a normal way even after two years of consistent unprotected sexual intercourse A failure to conceive can be due to fertility problems in both women and men alike A…

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My AMH is Low – Will I be able to Conceive?

My AMH is Low – Will I be able to Conceive?

When you are informed of a low AMH level, do not panic. Instead, Go for a re-test preferably to confirm the same. A professional IVF clinic will definitely advise you to go for additional tests to assess your ovarian reserve in such a scenario. This includes the AFC, the Antral Follicle Count Test that evaluates the number of antral follicles…

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I Am 30+ and at a Critical Stage in my Career……….. How Many More Years Can I Wait for Planning a Family?

I Am 30+ and at a Critical Stage in my Career……….. How Many More Years Can I Wait for Planning a Family?

Introduction There is no doubt that one would be able to raise a family after 30. Unfortunately, age does matter, especially, in the domain of fertility for both women and men alike, though, on varying contexts. Women experience a decline in fertility 30 onwards after a peak fertility period in their 20s and the decline is quite sharp at around…

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Increasing Age Decreases Fertility

Increasing Age Decreases Fertility

Pregnancy – A dream for every woman who wants to live the graceful experience of womanhood. But sometimes age associated infertility poses a barrier to achieve her dream of motherhood. Age and Fertility – Facts Fertility naturally declines as women get older. Age is the single biggest factor affecting a woman’s chance to conceive and have a healthy baby. Generally,…

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Unexplained Infertility: How to Detect and Treat?

Unexplained Infertility: How to Detect and Treat?

Unexplained infertility is a common term used in the medical world when no reasons are identified for a couple not being able to conceive pregnancy. Unexplained infertility is also known as idiopathic infertility. It is estimated that up to 26 percent of infertile couples have unexplained infertility, however, the most common figures are 10 to 20 percent. Reasons for Unexplained…

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How does Genital Tuberculosis affect Fertility?

How does Genital Tuberculosis affect Fertility?

Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the most common and important communicable diseases in the world. It can affect any organ in the body, even the reproductive system. TB may spread to the uterus and the Fallopian tubes, thus lowering the rate of conception. Genital tuberculosis is one of the most common reasons behind tubal infertility and continues to remain largely…

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