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International Fertility Centre Delhi

Gynaecological Endoscopy, Gynaecologist, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Specialist, Infertility Specialist, Obstetrician, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty)
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H-6, Green Park Main
Delhi, Delhi - 110016
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Delhi University
St.Stephen's Hospital
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College, Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi
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All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
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Indian Fertility Society (IFS)
Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
National Association for Reproductive & Child Health of India (NARCHI)
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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty), IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Specialist, Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, Gynaecological Endoscopy, Infertility Specialist
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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    Here are some causes and treatments of infertility
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    If you have thyroid disease -- whether you are hypothyroid (underactive thyroid) or hyperthyroid (overactive thyroid), whether you hashimoto's, graves' disease, or other conditions, what you eat can have an impact on your health. Here are ten things to know about thyroid conditions and your diet, food and beverages, and their interaction with your health and medications.

    Goitrogens are substances -- occurring naturally in certain foods -- that can cause your thyroid gland to enlarge. The main goitrogenic foods are cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, kale, and cabbage, among others, as well as soy foods. Goitrogenic foods can also function like an antithyroid drug and actually slow down the thyroid and make it underactive (hypothyroidism.)
    Coconut oil recommended for thyroid patients, and while it can be a healthful option, it's not a cure
    One should not take coffee until an hour after you've taken your thyroid hormone replacement medication. Otherwise, the coffee can affect absorption, and make your thyroid medication less effective.
    Iodized salt in some areas of the world, iodized salt is an essential way to prevent iodine deficiency, cretinism and retardation due to iodine deficiency in pregnant women.
    Many thyroid patients struggle with constipation, and extra weight. One of the key tactics that can help is increasing fiber intake, particularly from foods.
    One of the most powerful things thyroid patients can do to help their health and metabolism is to drink enough water. Water helps your metabolism function more efficiently, and can help reduce your appetite, get rid of water retention and bloating, improve your digestion and elimination, and combat constipation.
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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    Oligospermia, also known as low sperm count, is a condition in which the fluid men ejaculate during orgasm contains less than 15 million sperm per milliliter. Consequently, low sperm count reduces your ability to father a child although there are certain treatments which can help alleviate the condition. Environmental factors, as well as your lifestyle, can affect your sperm count. It can also be a side effect of other medical conditions and diseases. Following are the causes and treatments for Oligospermia:


    1. Medical causes

    Medical conditions like varicoceles result in reduced sperm count along with complications like allergies and ejaculation problems. Antibodies in the form of immune system cells can also contribute to Oligospermia. Alterations in the hormones and defects of tubules that carry the sperm can cause significant damage to the sperm quality. Certain medications, celiac disease, tumors are also among other medical causes which can result in low sperm count.

    2. Environmental causes

    Environmental causes comprise of industrial chemicals like benzenes and pesticides along with heavy metal exposure, which reduces sperm production. High amounts of radiations in the form of X-ray can be responsible for permanently affecting the production of sperms. Overheating can also impair sperm production and limit the sperm count.

    3. Lifestyle and health

    Repeated drug abuse and excessive alcohol consumption are among the leading causes behind Oligospermia. Lower sperm count is also a condition among men who are obese and suffer from emotional stress. Moreover, studies reveal that smoking is also closely linked to infertility issues in men.
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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    One of the most important decisions a couple takes is to start a family. It fills them with hope and joy of new future, but if the attempts have been unsuccessful for more than six months, it can take a toll on the relationship and the mental health of the couple. This is the time to seek fertility specialist who will be appropriate to analyze the situation and provide proper guidance. Read on to find out the exact indications to see a fertility specialist:

    1. If a woman who is under the age of 35 is unable to get pregnant even after a year of having regular unprotected sex
    2. A woman who has had more than three miscarriages
    3. Someone who has suffered from blocked fallopian tubes and is in need of surgery
    4. One who experiences irregular ovulation
    5. A couple who has suffered from genital infections
    6. A pregnant woman who has consumed an estrogen derivative
    7. A man who has been diagnosed with low semen count, also known as poor motility
    8. A couple who has not been diagnosed with any irregularity but is infertile

    Which specialist should you visit?

    If you or your partner or both have shown signs of infertility, then visiting the following specialists can be helpful:

    Specialists for men

    Urologists and Andrologists are specialists who treat men for infertility. Urologists conduct an analysis of semen quality, semen count, hormone levels, reproductive organs and abnormalities in bladder and kidneys. Andrologists are medical professionals who specialize in hormonal conditions and physiology of male infertility.

    Specialists for women

    Hormonal imbalance is one of the potent obstacles to pregnancy. If a general obstetrician/gynecologist has not been able to successfully treat a woman then she can visit a reproductive endocrinologist who specializes in hormonal disorders. Depending upon the nature of the problem, she can also visit a reproductive surgeon who deals with uterine abnormalities, endometriosis, and reproductive organ surgery.
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    If you're trying to get pregnant, it's helpful to know exactly when you ovulate so you can time sex accordingly. Many women have had success using ovulation predictor kits, which are handy because they tip you off before you ovulate. Others prefer to track their ovulation cycle by charting their basal body temperature (BBT) and monitoring their cervical mucus (CM).

    What is basal body temperature ?

    Your basal body temperature (BBT) is your lowest body temperature in a 24-hour period. To get an accurate reading, you must take your temperature when you first wake up in the morning, before you even sit up in bed. And you'll need to use a basal thermometer, which is sensitive enough to measure minute changes in body temperature. Try to wake up and take a reading at about the same time each morning.

    Before ovulation, your BBT probably ranges from 97.2 to about 97.7 degrees Fahrenheit. But two or three days after you ovulate, hormonal changes cause a rise of 0.4 to 1.0 degree in your BBT, which lasts at least until your next period. If you become pregnant, your temperature will stay elevated throughout your pregnancy.

    What is cervical mucus?

    There are many different types of vaginal discharge, one of which is cervical mucus. Over the course of your menstrual cycle, the amount, color, and texture of your cervical mucus will change, thanks to fluctuating hormone levels. Checking your cervical mucus and keeping track of these changes can help you figure out when you're ovulating.

    Beginning with your period, you'll, of course, have menstrual blood. When your period is over, you'll most likely be dry for several days. After that, you'll start to have cloudy mucus that's roughly the consistency of sticky rice. You're not very likely to conceive on any of these days.

    A few days before ovulation, the mucus will become clear and slippery, very much like raw egg white, and you'll have more of it. This type of mucus means it's baby-making time as its clear, slippery quality makes it easier for the sperm to travel to the egg. The last day you see this egg-white consistency is the day that you're most fertile - usually the day before ovulation or the day of ovulation.

    A good time to check your cervical mucus is when you first go to the bathroom in the morning.

    Charting your basal body temperature and cervical mucus can help you look back on your cycle and see when ovulation happened.

    Your most fertile period is during the three days leading up to ovulation. You can start a little earlier, too, if you want - some women have gotten pregnant from sex that happened six days before they ovulated.

    You're fertile during this whole stretch because sperm can survive for five or six days in your body, and your ovum (the egg released at ovulation) can survive for one day. Most experts recommend having sex every day or every other day during your fertile period for the best chance of conceiving.
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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    Can Food Allergies Be the Likely Cause of Your Infertility?

    Infertility in a woman refers to the inability to conceive after having regular unprotected sex. Cases of unexplained infertility have been on the rise recently. Though obstructed fallopian tubes and ovulation disorders are some of the common causes of infertility, reasons pertaining to dietary changes can also be responsible. Food allergies and dietary changes affect infertility to a great extent; and if you're struggling with conception or infertility, heeding to your diet can help.

    Below is a list of diet constituents that are likely to cause infertility.

    1. Gluten - Gluten is a protein found in grains like wheat, rye, and barley. Among the general population, women suffering from unexplained infertility have a higher incidence of gluten intolerance. Gluten intolerance is also related to miscarriages, and if left undiagnosed can lead to malabsorption of micronutrients like iron and zinc. Following and maintaining a gluten-free diet may relieve a sufferer from the symptoms. Try and include gluten free cereals like rice, corn and gluten free oats to manage the situation.

    2. Inflammation - Another connection of food allergies and infertility would be inflammation. Inflammation occurs when the food allergens reach the stomach. This inflammation, if heightened, can cause damage to the fallopian tubes and the ovary. The body responds to the food allergens by treating it like a foreign substance that needs to be eradicated, and when your immune system is subjected to chronic inflammation, it can lead to infertility.

    Additionally, apart from food allergies, even the consumption of certain foods and beverages can be a reason behind infertility, with those being rich in caffeine being a major cause. Increased consumption of caffeine can augment the risk of infertility and delayed conception. However, avoiding caffeine and eliminating problematic foods along with a careful scrutiny of your diet can increase your chances of getting pregnant.

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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    The study found couples struggling to conceive eat less fruit and vegetables than people who have just become parents.
    Men who want to become fathers should eat their greens
    Fruit and vegetables are good for male fertility because they contain compounds that could protect sperm from damage.
    The minerals zinc, found in beans and pulses, and selenium, found in eggs, help keep testosterone levels high.
    The antioxidants found in fruits help protect sperm from cellular damage and keep them strong and speedy - just what they need to race through the fallopian tubes and fertilize the egg.

    Zinc deficiency can actually reduce testosterone levels; for men with low testosterone - zinc was shown to raise testosterone and increase fertility. Zinc deficiencies are some of the most common deficiencies found in both men and women. Sources of zinc are sesame seeds, raw pumpkin seeds, and green peas. Find vitamin a - which is important in preventing sluggish sperm - infertility foods such as leafy greens, carrots, red peppers, and apricots, to name a few. Get vitamin c - which is critical to sperms motility and viability - in papaya, Brussels sprouts, strawberries, oranges, kiwifruit, tomatoes, grapefruit, and broccoli, among other foods. And get vitamin e - which helps keep sperm vital - from vegetable oils. Fruits and veggies such as leafy greens, beans, and most fruits contain folic acid - a b vitamin with antioxidant properties that's crucial for keeping sperm free of chromosomal abnormalities. Pomegranate juice: another powerful player in antioxidant. Foods rich in l-carnitine are nuts, seeds, and many vegetables, including artichokes, asparagus, beet greens, broccoli, brussels sprouts, collard greens, garlic, mustard greens, okra, and parsley. This amino acid is a necessary nutrient for sperm cells to function normally.
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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    Lying on your back with your hips elevated for 20 minutes after sex will help you conceive.

    Why it's supposed to help: gravity will help sperm work their magic. Lying in this position post-sex (some people suggest putting a pillow underneath your bottom to tilt your pelvis up) could help sperm move in the direction they need to go.

    The facts: there's no scientific proof that this will increase your odds of conceiving. After all, every ejaculation contains millions of sperm, so plenty of the speedy swimmers should be able to make their way to the fallopian tubes even if you walk around right after sex.

    But some experts (and common sense) say that staying in bed for a little while after intercourse will help keep semen from leaking out of the vagina - and maybe, help ensure that every last sperm gets a fighting chance at the ovum. So if you feel like you're helping to spur things along by staying supine, make yourself comfy. But if you haven't got time to stay horizontal after sex, don't stress.
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    As couples prepare for pregnancy, it is easy to focus only on the woman's health. However, there are several habits men need to be forming during these critical months of preparation too. Issues of fertility do not rest solely on the female.

    'agents that may cause birth defects do not reach the developing fetus through the father as they do from the pregnant mother,' but we do know that male exposure to certain substances can lead to some preliminary problems with fertility and also slightly elevate the risk of certain birth defects.

    Male infertility alone accounts for approximately 1/3 of all infertility cases. Should fertility issues arise, you should plan ahead to be in the best physical condition to conceive.

    Clean out the medicine cabinet

    Eliminate as many medications from your routine as possible. Talk with your physician about your prescription medications. You may need to discontinue use or try something new.

    The following medications have been known to impact male fertility:

    Tagamet (cimetidine), sulfasalazine, and nitrofurantoin are used to treat ulcers, gastrointestinal problems, and urinary tract infections. These medications may impact sperm production and sperm count.
    Steroids, such as prednisone and cortisone, which are used to treat asthma, arthritis and skin conditions, impact male fertility.
    Chemotherapy and radiation could cause sterility or a significant change in sperm quality and quantity.

    Take a good look at your work environment

    Your work environment may be a contributing factor to your fertility. Ongoing exposure to certain agents such as pesticides, chemical fertilizers, lead, nickel, mercury, chromium, ethylene glycol ethers, petrochemicals, benzene, perchloroethylene, and radiation can lower sperm quality, quantity and possibly lead to infertility or miscarriage.

    Eat and sleep

    What you eat can make a difference. Find out what your proper weight range should be and make the necessary dietary and exercise changes to get there. Studies suggest that some men with low sperm count also have a zinc deficiency.

    The following foods are high in zinc and could increase your fertility:

    Wholegrain cereals
    Selenium, which is found in brazil nuts

    Adding more vitamin e may also help the process along. There are male fertility supplements available containing vitamins, minerals and other ingredients designed to help improve overall reproductive health.

    Also, keep in mind getting plenty of rest is good for everything that ails you, even low sperm count and sperm quality.

    Avoid alcohol and other substances

    Eliminate alcohol, tobacco, marijuana and any illicit drugs. Too much alcohol may reduce zinc levels, and drugs decrease sperm quality. There is some research that may link smoking and certain rare heart defects, but further studies must be done to make an accurate conclusion. Marijuana has been proven to affect sperm quality and sperm count, but there is no evidence that shows that marijuana causes birth defects.

    Keep your testicles cool

    Heat from hot tubs, saunas, long showers (more than 30 minutes), heating pads, electric blankets, and tight clothing like briefs and spandex could cause your testicles to become too hot, which decreases sperm quantity.

    Stay away from cycling

    Cycling can cause a lot of friction and jostling, which increases the temperature of your testicles. The rise in temperature and possibility of injury may cause a low sperm count.

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    Pregnancy Diet
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    A lot of patients come to me asking for the right way to use contraception because there are so many methods in the market and so less knowledge about what works and what doesn’t, most couples do not know which pills are safe and will there be any side effects after taking them? After the ban on comprehensive sex education, most adults and teens are clueless about where to turn to for knowledge about their sex curiosity.
    Most people don’t discuss these issues easily as well because of the “sex” stigma in the society. We Indians are born to be shy & sensitive beings when it comes to this and yet we have the world’s second largest population.
    There are two main types of protection that couples can choose from-
    for Men & for Women
    Firstly the most harmless and safest way to have protected sex is for the male partner to use barrier contraception.
    1. The main source of contraception for men is a male Condom or a “barrier” protection. It is used during intercourse and discarded immediately. It protects not only against pregnancy but also against some types of STIs. Chances of pregnancy are less than 1%.
    2.The second type of contraception men can avail is to use a spermicide gel. But these are less common and less effective and may cause irritation in some cases so use with caution and consult a doctor if you develop any adverse reactions.

    Secondly, women using contraceptives have much more choice and flexibility depending on your needs and preference so they can choose which partner has the responsibility of safe sex.
    1. You can either use Oral Contraceptive Pills (OCPs) over the counter like Mala-D or Novelon, for daily use upto 28 days and then wait till your periods to start the next cycle OR you can use The-Night-After-Pill post-intercourse like Unwanted 72 or Ipill, within 72 hours. The safest are the regular OCPs and also are the most commonly used pills by women for safe sex. However the-night-after-pills may cause irregular periods and hence are the second choice usually and reserved for those “emergency” situations only as they have other long-term side effects as well.
    2. You could also opt for an Implant to be placed in your body like a Copper-T (intrauterine) or a Contraceptive Stick (Progestin only) that looks like a thin matchstick and is inserted hidden beneath your skin in the arm through minimally invasive surgery.
    3. Though a little more invasive procedure would be an operation that you can undergo called tubectomy, in which they tie your fallopian tubes so that no ovum is released, it is also very effective in sterilization. But be careful with this as this operation can cause long-term infertility and if you wish to conceive in the future, it may not be possible to repair the tubes, so be sure you won’t be planning in the future.

    4. Or if you like, you could go for the skin patches, that can be worn over your back or torso and release hormones slowly preventing pregnancy.

    5. There are also “Barriers” for women like a diaphragm or a female condom that can be inserted as early as 6 hours prior to intercourse.They contain a sponge that prevents sperm from entering your uterus. However, these can increase your chances of HIV infection if you are exposed to a person with AIDs and similarly other STIs. Or you could go for the feminine cervical rings that release a hormone in your body to prevent pregnancy.

    Of all these options, you can choose which of you want to take hold of the responsibility and take the next step well-informed. Discuss all the possibilities and talk to your Gynecologist before it’s too late.
    Please note this article is only for your information and we do not recommend any brand or product. The correct way to safe sex is to consult a doctor to discuss and get to know what method best suits your needs & your body.
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    PCOS infertility is the most common cause of infertility today.
    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome also known as Polycystic Ovarian Disease manifests in multiple cysts covering the ovaries, filled with immature follicles (eggs) accompanied by hormonal abnormalities and irregularities in ovulation and menstruation.
    While PCOS falls into a group of conditions which don’t have a cure as such, there are natural ways to manage this condition so you don’t experience any symptoms and can get pregnant if you choose to.
    What to do?
    1. Avoid coffee, alcohol, soft drinks, sugar and juices containing sugar, refined
    carbs (white bread, biscuits, chocolate, lollies etc…).
    2. Eat small protein rich meals every 3 hours to balance your blood sugar.
    3. Exercise regularly – cardio and weights (the more muscles you have the
    more fat you’ll burn).
    4. Add cinnamon to your cooking. It has been found to improve insulin
    sensitivity in women with PCOS.
    5. Excess androgen production has been shown to favorably react to intake of
    licorice so include some fresh licorice from an organic store.
    6. Reduce stress with yoga, mediation, breathing exercises, 8 hours of sleep,
    regular exercise, lavender, lemon balm and chamomile tea.
    7. Take a good quality multivitamin and fish oil (make sure it’s been tested for
    mercury and stabilized with vitamin E).
    8. Eat more: adzuki beans, basil, cayenne, chestnut, chives, eggplant, garlic,
    ginger, kohlrabi, leek, nutmeg, pepper, rice, rosemary, spearmint and

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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    Regular exercise is good for your ‪‎reproductive ‪health. It helps you to elevate energy, stamina, passion, and pleasure—all aspects of our sex lives. Regular exercise is considered a natural ‪‎fertility ‪treatment and increases sexual desire making the time you spend with your partner good quality time.
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    Know the Right Time to Visit a Fertility Specialist.

    If you’ve been facing problems in conceiving, it may be time to get yourself checked as it’s possible that you may be suffering from certain fertility issues or need professional guidance. A series of tests usually determine the root cause of the problem. These tests can include a physical examination, analysis of semen and blood tests, amongst others. There are certain factors that you and your partner must keep in mind when deciding upon the best time to opt for these tests and get started on an infertility treatment programme.

    If you’re a female, it’s time to get yourself examined when:
    1. You haven’t been able to conceive for over a year despite trying (when you are under 35)
    2. You haven’t been able to conceive after trying for 6 months (above the age of 35)
    3. You’ve had 1 or more miscarriages
    4. You’ve been ovulating irregularly and your previous drug treatment has failed to correct the problem
    5. You suffer from damaged or blocked fallopian tubes and endometriosis (a condition where tissues that cover your uterus also develop outside of the womb, causing pain and bleeding)
    6. You have a history of genital infections

    If you’re a male, you should consider an infertility treatment if you experience the following:
    1. Facing difficulty in sperm ejaculation
    2. Suffering from a low sperm count including poor sperm movement or structure (sperm’s shape and size)
    3. Having an undescended testicle (a genital abnormality that occurs when the testicle fails to move into its normal position in the scrotum during the first 3 months of your life)

    Apart from the above mentioned points, another important factor that you and your partner must decide upon is whether or not you intend to use assisted reproductive procedures, such as ICSI (IntraCytoplasmic Semen Insertion) or in vitro fertilization (IVF) to help in conceiving. While the former sees fertilisation occurring naturally after the eggs and sperm get placed inside one of the two fallopian tubes, the latter deals with the transference of the embryo created in the laboratory into the uterus.

    Even though the thought of infertility can be disappointing for you and your partner, early and timely intervention can help in easing up the process of conception and remove obstacles that might hinder your chances of having a baby.

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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    To avoid the risk of recurrent ‪miscarriages, take care of the healthy lifestyle with the following:
    • Eat a nutrient dense fertility diet
    • Sleep tight and get plenty of rest
    • Avoid alcohol, cigarettes, and other drugs
    • reduce your exposure to dry cleaning fluids and petroleum products
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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    Drinking pomegranate juice can raise sperm count and help to make healthier sperm. Juice of pomegranate may help to manage erectile dysfunction, sperm concentration, sperm motility, augmented sperm call density, and reduce abnormal sperm.
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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    If you are trying to conceive, boost you fertility and make your body for the healthiest pregnancy by supplementing with vitamins and minerals. Check vitamin c and e are needed for the healthy conception and pregnancy. Other supplements are extremely helpful to women particularly fertility-boosting minerals like zinc, selenium and iron which ensure the normal balance of estrogen and progesterone levels. One thing's for sure, food and fertility are intrinsically linked so having the right balance of vitamins and minerals in your diet is essential.
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  • MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
    Choosing a good fertility clinic is extremely important as far as your reproductive health is concerned. Fertility clinics can help by assessing your medical and sexual history, identify potential causes of infertility, and recommend treatment. Some of the factors that a couple should consider in while selecting a fertility clinic includes:
    · High success rates

    · Personal attention to patients

    · State of art-lab with latest medical equipments

    · Convenient location
  • Infertility Specialist
    IVF Specialist
    It is as important for the man as it is for the woman to undergo certain tests before the IVF cycle is started. Fertility is not only an issue for a woman, but it also might be for the man in question. There are certain tests that need to be conducted on men before they can gear up for IVF:

    1. Semen Analysis: One of the most important tests for male infertility is semen analysis. Sometimes, a man may be completely healthy, but his sperm production could be of poor quality. Semen analysis is done to provide an accurate evaluation of sperm number, the ability to move (motility), size and shape (morphology), as well as the consistency and volume of the sample collected.

    2. Binding Test: Sometimes agglutination occurs where the sperms might stick to each other by their heads or tails. Sperm antibodies might cause this problem. The IVF treatment's success might be compromised if this happens. A simple binding test is done to determine this.

    3. Trial Wash: This is also known as sperm wash. It is mostly done to remove chemicals from the sperm. Not doing a sperm wash might end up affecting the later stages of the IVF treatment. In this process, the misshapen and immotile sperm is separated so a clean sample of motile and healthy sperm can be collected.

    4. TUNEL Assay: Since sperms build up about half of a child's genetic makeup, a TUNEL Assay or 'sperm DNA test' is required. This test is done to measure the sperm population that have fragmented DNA. Negative impacts on genetics can hamper the success of the fertility treatment.

    TUNEL Assay is usually recommended to men with:
    a) Leukocytes detected by the sperm analysis
    b) Age approaching 50
    c) A history of diabetes II type or prostatitis
    d) Exposure to chemicals or prolonged heat at workplaces

    5. Screening for Infectious Diseases: This test is done for both the partners to check for diseases like AIDS, Hepatitis C, and so on.
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