Reason for high number of international patients at kamineni fertility centre
- High Standards
- High Sucess Rate
IVF is usually recommended when either one or both of a woman’s Fallopian tubes are blocked or when all other fertility treatments have been unsuccessful. Poor sperm quality and/or quantity, ovulation problems, and sperm-egg interaction problems are some other problems that can prevent couples from having a baby naturally. IVF helps to solve this.
Specific conditions where patient might require IVF include:.
- · Tubal blockage or failed tubal reversal
- Cervical factor
- Pelvic adhesions
- Male factor
- Unexplained infertility/failed conventional therapy
- Genetic testing (PGD) for inheritable diseases
- Genetic testing (PGD) for possible reasons for multiple miscarriages·
- ICSI is intracytoplasmic sperm injection advised to patients with low morphology.
The various steps involved in IVF Procedure are:
- Multiple eggs are produced through daily for hormonal injection for 8-12 days
- The response is then monitored through serial Ultrasounds and Blood tests
- Eggs are retrieved with the help of a needle under local / general anesthesia
- Then the collected eggs and women’s husband’s sperms are mixed outside the woman’s body in a culture dish or a test tube which is then placed carefully for fertilization in an incubator
- Transfer of resulting embryo(s) into the uterus of the woman on D2/D5
- A blood test is performed 2 weeks later to check the establishment of pregnancy
If the treatment is successful, one or more embryos will be implanted in the uterus and the pregnancy will result, just as it happens in the natural process of conception.
It is medically possible to go for the next cycle immediately. In some cases, however, we may need to modify your treatment, depending upon an assessment of your previous cycle. For example, if the ovarian response was poor, we may advise you additional medications to increase your response for the next cycle.