Doctor in Dr. K.D Nayar
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All of sudden I developed this polycystic ovary synDrome and didn't know what to do as I wasnt able etp concieve. It was so quite pleasant in the Akanksha IVF clinic. I thought that post treatment it won't happen again, but then after sometime, the symptoms re appeared. Dr Nayar guidance has helped me immensely and has helped gain confidence. All the staff members were very helpful.
I was trying to conceive but was not able to. I chose to consult Dr Nayar. Her treatment has give me a ray of hope. With great ease Renu Jain explained us the problem and how the treatment will be carried out. She is not just friendly, but also is very motivating. I must say that she is the best gynaecologist in the city
Even after my treatmentwith my old doctor, I never felt so much relief, but K.D Nayar has treated my problem completely. All of sudden I developed this infertility and didn't know what to do. With great ease K.D Nayar explained us the problem and how the treatment will be carried out. she is a nice doctor.
I was shocked to know thata I was suffering from thyroid during pregnancy. I consulted Dr Nayar who is an IVF specialist. He is very talented and seasoned doctor. I am so much benefitted with his thyroid disorders treatment, that i am perfectly fine now. I am glad that I chose to consult him.
I found the answers provided by the Dr. K.D Nayar to be very helpful. My husband semen analysis is also done.. Doctor said he s doing fine. Doctor adviced me to take HCG injection every week and progesterone tablets every day..
Dr. K.D Nayar provides answers that are very helpful. My age is 27. I dont have thyriod. Even i had pelvic scan. Its normal . All reports are normal. My husband age is 32. He is a software engineer.
I found the answers provided by the Dr. K.D Nayar to be very helpful and helped me improve my health. Thank u doctor
I found the answers provided by the Dr. K.D Nayar to be very helpful. Thanku so much sir for give your valuable time
I found the answers provided by the Dr. K.D Nayar to be caring. Your reply gives me a positive energy.thank u a lot
Dr. K.D Nayar provides answers that are well-reasoned. Such a good response tq so much. Very good response
I found the answers provided by the Dr. K.D Nayar to be knowledgeable. Nice guidelines
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Hello doctor My english is not good please trying to understand. I was 20 years old woman trying to conceive 1 over year. My husband sperm count is good. Now I consult a infertility specialist he was done my tvs scan mc day 4. And my period is very irregular. After tvs test he wrote my prescription I have pcos, and afc 40. What that means? Have I was normal? And conceive? Please answer? Thanks doctor for giving your valuable time.
Hi, My wife and I had been trying for pregnancy for quite sometime with no luck. I am 32. My sperm morphology showed 3% normal, 55% with abnormal head defects. Count 145mn. Doc advised me to do some blood tests. Results are Estradiol serum 12 pg/mL, fsh 1.6 mIU/mL, Lh 3.32mIU/mL, prolactin 4.14 ng/mL. Please provide your feedback.
Trying to conceive for 2nd baby from last 4 months, but not succeed, earlier my eggs was not raptured as doctors told me but from last two months its was ruptured, even though this 3rd month also I am not get pregnant, and my cycles comes two days prior. So pls suggest what to do, while my husbands sperm morphology is 4%is normal and sperm count is 39 so. Pls suggest. Thanks.
In vitro fertilisation or IVF is a boon for the couples who are unable to have a baby due to infertility. In this process, an egg is combined with sperm outside the body, in vitro. The woman’s ovulatory process is stimulated by removing an ova from the woman’s ovaries and letting sperm fertilise them in a liquid in a laboratory.
I am having doubt that am pregnant so I took 4 pills of zitotec and one pill kept vaginally. But till now no bleeding is there. If am not pregnant whether there is any complication of taken the zitotec tablet. Will it bring normal bleeding if am not pregnant?
Hi Sir, Present I am pregnant 37 weeks pregnancy when labour pains start that time doctor gives epidural injection or not please doctor advice me I can't face lot of pain Please doctor.
Hi Sir, My follicular study reports uterus size 60×30×45 mm Right ovary: 36×17 mm Left "35x20 mm dominant follicles in right ovary: 1.0 E -17 mm Left "1.0E -20 mm 2.0E -15 mm. Et: 6.4 mm This my report. And I would like to know any problems there for conceive baby. And I would like to know what the 1.0E and 20 mm means. Please tell me.
I am 33 year old, get married 3 months before and planning for a baby. If we do sex everyday is there any problem in conceiving or its normal. My husband like to do everyday and sometime twice in a day. What is the best time to do for getting positive result.
Among the assisted reproductive techniques, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is quite popular and offers hope when other infertility procedures fail to work. The procedure involves the female egg being combined with the male sperm outside the body (in vitro condition), and as a final step, the grown embryo is placed inside the uterus.
Chances of getting pregnant is dependent upon Embryo Quality and Endometrial receptivity.
Embryo transfer is a crucial step of the procedure, and following is an account of the process that would give you a detailed insight into what really happens before and after embryo transfer.
The entire process involved-
Before an embryo is transferred, a series of procedures happen.
Step 1: (Ovarian Stimulation)
In the very first step of embryo transfer, the patient undergoing the IVF treatment is given injections containing medicines that are meant to boost the development of the eggs in the follicles of the ovary.
Step 2: (Egg retrieval)
As the follicles start to mature or develop completely, the eggs are removed carefully.
Step 3: (Fertilization)
In the designated environment, the collected eggs are then fused with the collected sperm to form the embryo.
Step 4: (Incubation)
After the successful fertilization is successful, the embryos are cultured in an incubator.
Step 5: (Choose the best embryo for transfer)
If the process is successful and once embryos are formed, the good quality embryo is chosen from them and then transferred into the uterine cavity to complete the procedure.
Are there any risks?
Embryo transfer is a critical step of the infertility procedure and would need an expert to handle the process. There are a few risks associated with the embryo transfer procedure. However, those risks are very minimal. One such associated risk is the embryo getting implanted in the wrong place, for example in the fallopian tube. Another issue that could occur is the loss of embryos during the procedure of transferring them from the in vitro environment to inside of the uterus.
Is it a painful process?
The embryo transfer is similar to a pap smear and would need no anaesthesia for the woman, however, some women prefer to be on sedation during the process. The entire procedure of embryo transfer is a painless one, though some women may experience mild cramping which is quite normal.
Precautions to be taken after embryo transfer-
After the embryo has successfully been transferred to the uterus, the patient must lie on her back for a while before leaving the clinic. Also, the woman is advised rest and limit physical activity.
The chances of getting pregnant increases with the quality of embryo, and hence it is imperative that your doctor chooses the best quality embryo for transfer into the uterus. Also, the position of placing the embryo is extremely important. You can discuss with your doctor regarding these aspects while you are undergoing the treatment. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!