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Management of Abortion
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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
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I am just married 3 months before & I want to know where and what is the best time to pregnant my wife we want our child as soon as possible. Please suggest.
The cost of IVF procedure in India is very minimal when compared to the costs in the western world. A IVF orin-vitro fertilisation procedure costs nothing less than USD 15,000 plus additional costs of medicines in the United States and nearly USD 12,000 in Europe. The same IVF procedure in India with similar if not better clinical outcomes cost up to USD 5,000.
Cost in Europe Starting from USD 12000
Cost in India Starting from USD 3500
Cost in USA Staring from USD 15000+Medicine
Costs IVF (In -vitrofertilisation) treatments in India are extremely affordable,especially when compared to the rates in western countries.
Rates For Basic IVF Treatment: Rs. 250,000 - Rs. 450,000
Rates For Advanced ICSI Treatment : Basic IVF cost + Rs. 150,000
Rates For Advanced FET Treatment : Basic IVF cost + Rs. 120,000
Contrary to the popular belief that In Vitro Fertilization(IVF) is afforded only by the rich and the famous, IVF cost in Delhi, India is very economical.
A lower cost of IVF procedure in India, is no indication of lower clinical quality or inferior outcomes, rather it is due to economies of scales, lower manpower costs, market dynamics (as the healthcare sector has minimal insurance penetration and most expenses are borne out-of-pocket) and frugal innovation that ensures judicious resource utilisation. The result is a similar experience, comparable outcome and incredulous cost savings.
Hi Dr. I am 6 weeks pregnant lady. Yesterday I took scanning doctor said baby position is up side .and since yesterday morning I got spotting and abnormal pain .Dr saying dat baby have regular heart beat so they suggested me tablet for bleeding. But dey have told me to take 1 week tablet if bleeding is heavy abortion may occur and there s less chance. Wat shall I do now. I am worried.
In reference to my last question. I am 26. Had sex on 14th August and my period is due on 18th August. I have 28 days and regular cycle. Now I am really confused. Some doctors are telling chances of pregnancy are by and large. Some are saying there is no chance at all. Please suggest me accurate answers. I am really worried.
Hi Doctor. I took ipill on 13th march and got withdrawal bleeding on 24th march for 4days and again from 15th april light bleeding till 26th. Detected with ovarion cyst 2.6cm please help me.
Few days ago I slept with my partner, we didn't had sex. But she thinks the sperm was inserted in his private part because of my wet underpants. And now she is suffering from stomach ache n feel heavy in stomach. So is she pregnant? How can we know that she is pregnant or not?
Sir. 3 mnth pehle mere left ovary me cyst tha jis wajh se mera opration karke left ovary remove kr diya gya Main unmarried hun Kya is wajh se main pregnent nahi ho sakti.
I am 48 years old woman. I have had 2 operations for the treatment of fibrocystic disease in the course of past 2 years. Again I have developed acute pain in my right breast. Can I be cured without being operated again. Please advise.
If you’re a woman trying to have a baby, you probably know that there are many parts of your body that have to work just right. Your ovaries need to produce an egg every month, called ovulation, your uterus has to be in good shape, and your fallopian tubes have to be open. If anyone of these important parts isn’t functioning correctly, you might have trouble getting pregnant.
If your fallopian tubes are blocked, sperm won’t be able to reach your egg or the fertilized egg won’t be able to get into your uterus. Blocked tubes can happen for several different reasons, but no matter the cause, your doctor will diagnose it with a test called a hysterosalpingogram.
Hysterosalpingogram (hsg) - A hysterosalpingogram or hsg is an x-ray procedure performed to determine whether the fallopian tubes are open and to see if the shape of the uterine cavity is normal. An hsg is an outpatient procedure that takes less than one half-hour to perform. It is usually done after menses have ended, but before ovulation, to prevent interference with an early pregnancy.
Hysterosalpingography can help diagnose the following causes of infertility.
- Structural abnormalities in the uterus, which may be congenital (genetic) or acquired
- Blockage of the fallopian tubes
- Scar tissue in the uterus
- Uterine fibroids
- Uterine tumors or polyps
How is a hysterosalpingogram done?
A patient is positioned under a fluoroscope (a real-time x-ray imager) on a table. The gynecologist or radiologist then examines her uterus and places a speculum in her vagina. Her cervix is cleaned, and a device (cannula) is placed into the opening of the cervix. The physician then gently fills the uterus with a liquid containing iodine (contrast) through the cannula. The contrast then enters the tubes, outlines the length of the tubes, and spills out their ends if they are open. Any abnormalities in the uterine cavity or fallopian tubes will be
Visible on a monitor. The hsg is not designed to evaluate the ovaries or diagnose endometriosis. Frequently, side views of the uterus and tubes are obtained by having the patient change her position on the table. After the hsg, a patient can immediately resume normal activities, although some physicians ask that the woman refrains from intercourse for a few days.
Risks and side effects-
- Mild pain during or after the procedure.
- Light bleeding for two to three days following the procedure.
- Feeling of light-headedness or faintness during or after the procedure.
- Exposure to a small amount of radiation
A radiologist will look at the x-ray images and send a report to your doctor. Your doctor will talk about the results with you and explain if more tests are needed. It may show a complete normal report suggesting bilateral tubal patency and a good uterine cavity. In case, if a pathology is suspected like blocked single tube/ both tubes, an irregular filling defect in the uterine cavity necessary management can be advised accordingly. It's relatively a safe and cheap alternative to laparoscopy surgery. However, a hystero-laparoscopy is the gold standard for evaluation of the entire female genital tract as it is not only diagnostic but also corrective in case if pathology is diagnosed in the same sitting.
If the report shows that your fallopian tubes are blocked, you might need a procedure called a laparoscopy. It lets your doctor look directly at the fallopian tubes. She may also recommend in vitro fertilization (IVF. Your doctor will talk to you about your options and help you make the decision that is best for you.
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