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Prashanth Fertility Research centre

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No.77, Harrington Road, Chetpet, Chennai 600 031 Chennai
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Prashanth Fertility Research Centre – Best Fertility Center in Chennai offers excellent facilities and well equipped infrastructure for advanced and best fertility treatments to tackle ma......more
Prashanth Fertility Research Centre – Best Fertility Center in Chennai offers excellent facilities and well equipped infrastructure for advanced and best fertility treatments to tackle male and female infertility challenges. Mastering in various procedures such as Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Assisted Hatching (AH), Blastocyst Transfer, Sperm and Embryo Cryopreservation, PGD , Endometrosis and others. We take pride in calling ourselves the best fertility hospital with the most effective IVF treatment in Chennai, well equipped Andrology Laboratory for diagnostic therapeutic purposes and a fully equipped laparoscopic setup for minimally invasive surgery. PFRC is the first Chennai’s best fertility centre to have 3D laparoscopy with state of the art facility for Hysteroscopy and laparoscopy. PFRC also has a Chennai’s best fertility centre for male, called Alpha Male Health Clinic which compromises of expert and dedicated Andrologists and Gynaecologists who tackle male health challenges specially male infertility.
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Prashanth Fertility Research centre is known for housing experienced IVF Specialists. Dr. Geetha Haripriya, a well-reputed IVF Specialist, practices in Chennai. Visit this medical health centre for IVF Specialists recommended by 57 patients.


07:00 AM - 11:00 PM


No.77, Harrington Road, Chetpet, Chennai 600 031
Chetpet Chennai, Tamil Nadu - 600031
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Dr. Geetha Haripriya

MBBS, DGO, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
IVF Specialist
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39 Years experience
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IVF - Know Process Of It!

IVF - Know Process Of It!

IVF or In vitro fertilization is a form of fertility treatment where the sperm and egg is combined, in a laboratory. IVF is one of the most common fertility treatment procedures, which involves high technology and are undertaken by many couples all over the world. If you have ovulation problems or problems with the quality of egg and blocked fallopian tubes or in case your male partner has low sperm count or high mortality, you can undertake IVF to become pregnant.

The process of IVF involves the following steps and methods:

  1. Ovarian stimulation: Before your menstrual cycle begins, you should take a gonadotrophin. This is a fertility drug which will stimulate your ovaries for the development of multiple, mature eggs for fertilization process. Taking synthetic hormones like cetrorelix and leuprolide also help in ovaries stimulation.
  2. Development of follicle: You must visit your doctor frequently while having the medicines for a checkup of your blood hormone levels. Getting an ultrasound done for regularly measuring your ovaries is also very important. This will allow your doctor to monitor the development of follicles.
  3. Trigger shot: You will be given a trigger shot injection after the follicles are ready. This injection causes full maturation of the eggs and makes them ready to get fertilized. The eggs can be triggered after 36 hours of trigger shots.
  4. Gathering of the eggs: You will be given an anesthetic by the doctor and an ultrasound probe will be inserted through your vagina for observing the ovaries and follicles. A thin needle is inserted through the vaginal wall and the eggs are removed from the follicles.
  5. Fertilization: Your eggs will be observed once more before being combined with your partner's sperm and being incubated overnight. Fertilization occurs during this time and abnormal eggs are not fertilized. Three days after the eggs are retrieved, some of the successfully fertilized eggs turn into embryos made up of six to ten cells. After five days, some of these embryos become blastocysts made of fluid-filled cavities and tissue, which begin to develop and separate into the baby and the placenta.
  6. The most viable embryos are selected to be placed in your uterus. The doctor places one to five embryos in your uterus by the insertion of a thin tube or catheter through the cervix. The embryo implants in the walls of the uterus and slowly develops into a baby. The chances of pregnancy are higher in case of multiple embryos.

IVF is successful and quite a common fertilization process. It is an old procedure used and has been in use for a very long time. The track record of IVF is impressive and more improved techniques are being developed every day.

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Hydrosalpino - All You Can Know About It!

Hydrosalpino - All You Can Know About It!

Hydrosalpino is this term quite new to most of us? But the problem isn’t as new as the term is. Hydrosalpinx is the blockage of the far end of the fallopian tube which results in the accumulation of fluid within the fallopian tube. The affected fallopian tubes can be either one or even both where the affected area can become substantially swollen or grow a few centimeters in diameter. Abdominal or pelvic pain are commonly observed in patients with hydrosalpinx but frequently it results in infertility.

A crucial role played by the fallopian tube is during pregnancy. as the sperm enters the vagina, it travels to the cervix, through the uterus and into the fallopian tube where an egg would be present in either of the tubes if the intercourse has happened during the time of ovulation. After which fertilization occurs, the embryo is formed and this is implanted in the uterus and pregnancy is established.

Studies have shown that women with one open tube but another tube hydrosalpinx have reduced chances of pregnancy. Here are various reasons which explain why there is a low success rate in patients with hydrosalpinx. Low of fluid into the uterus could hinder implantation of an embryo. Fluids containing a lower level of proteins, various amounts of debris and other toxic substances are harmful to both the embryo as well as the lining of the uterus. Fluids may cause sweeping out of embryos. There is substantial evidence to suggest that the success of IVF treatment is significantly lower for women with hydrosalpinx in comparison with the other causes of infertility.

Investigators recently compiled the results from 14 different studies to try and figure out the success rate of IVF treatment on women with hydrosalpinx. 5592 patients were analyzed went under 8703 IVF embryo transfers of which 1004 patients were diagnosed with hydrosalpinx and 4588 had tubal blockage without hydrosalpinx. Their 4 different outcomes were overall pregnancy rate drop, lower implantation rate, drop in delivery rate and increasing miscarriage rate in women with hydrosalpinx.

The best treatment option for these patients is to undergo tubal disconnection before the IVF treatment. Tubal disconnections present in the fluid of hydrosalpinx from entering the uterus and thus improves chances of implantation after an embryo transfer in an IVF treatment cycle. Ultimately, retaining the affected fallopian tube is more harm and there is no benefit in achieving pregnancy.

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