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GarbhaGudi IVF Centre – Jayanagar is providing couples the best individualized fertility care, with passion and compassion!
GarbhaGudi IVF Centre Jayanagar is part of the well-known chain of IVF centres – GarbhaGudi IVF. It is a state-of-the-art fertility clinic with all the latest treatment options.
We offer customized services to our patients, based on their specific problems. We have a team of the best fertility experts who are empathetic and ready to address all concerns of the patients. At GarbhaGudi IVF Centre – Jayanagar, we provide the best care and consulting that infertility treatment needs.
In vitro fertilization or IVF is a process in which eggs are fertilized outside the human body in the laboratory. After fertilization, the best embryos are selected and are implanted in the human body. It is a combination of medication and surgical process.These procedures are of great help for couples struggling with infertility and also in the prevention of genetic problems in the baby. We at GarbhaGudi are experts in the field of in vitro fertilization (IVF) for over the past two decades. Our electronic city center has state-of-the-art infrastructure and the best doctors on our team.
Intrauterine insemination or IUI is a process in which a male partner’s sperms are taken and washed in the laboratory. After that, they are placed in the uterus of the female partner. It makes it easy for the sperm to reach the uterus and achieve pregnancy. IUI can be used in the following situations.
Frozen embryo transfer is a process where embryos are frozen after fertilization for future use. This process is useful in case the first IVF cycle fails. It is also useful when a couple wants to have another child at a later date
What is Andrology?
Andrology deals with problems related to men's reproductive system. An Andrologists deals with the following issues of men's health:
Male Hormone Deficiency
Consulting an Andrologist at GarbhaGudi, provide proper and timely treatment for all male- reproductive related issues can help you find the exact cause and effective solution.
Donation in infertility refers to third-party reproduction,
Sperm donation: In artificial insemination, the donated sperm is placed in a woman’s uterus or adding the sperm to a woman’s eggs outside of the body.
Egg donation involves using donor eggs, either provided by a family member or friend for free or purchased, in an IVF cycle. These donated eggs are fused with the male partner sperm or donated sperm. Then the embryo formed is placed into the uterus of the patient.
Embryo donation Some individuals who have undergone fertility treatment will donate their unused embryos for another person or couple’s use. The embryo can then be implanted into the recipient mother so she can become pregnant and give birth.
Laparoscopy/ Hysteroscopy are surgical procedures used to diagnose and treat. Endometriosis, uterine fibroids, endometrial polyps, uterine anomalies or pelvic infection. They can also correct congenital abnormalities such as uterine septum or adhesions that can cause miscarriage or premature labour.Using hysteroscopy improves fertility and increases pregnancy rates. Laparoscopy has shown to improve IVF outcomes by 50 per cent.
In some cases, correction of these abnormalities alone will result in spontaneous pregnancy. Hysteroscopy and laparoscopy can also be performed before an in vitro fertilization cycle to improve IVF success.
Diagnosing male infertility problems involves:
General physical examination and medical history: This includes examining your genitals and asking questions on any inherited conditions, chronic health problems, illnesses, injuries or surgeries that would affect fertility.
Semen analysis. Semen samples are obtained by masturbating and ejaculating them into a container at the doctor's office.
Your semen is then sent to a laboratory to live the amount of sperm present and appearance for any abnormal shape (morphology) and movement (motility) of the sperm.
As sperm counts fluctuate, several semen analysis tests are done over some time to ensure an accurate result.
Some additional tests to help identify the cause of your infertility:
In women, much of the endometrium is shed and regenerated monthly during the cycle . The endometrium is divided into two layers, epithelial cells and stromal cells. It undergoes remarkable histological and structural changes throughout the menstrual cycle in preparation for embryonic implantation and subsequent shedding and regeneration. Thin endometrium adversely affects pregnancy success rates with fertility treatment. Several treatment modalities are presented to patients with thin endometrium to enhance endometrial thickness.
Cryopreservation is a technique used to freeze and then thaw eggs, embryos or sperm for future use in IVF cycles. Thawed sperm are in use in IUI (intrauterine insemination) treatment cycles. A woman doesn't need to undergo stimulation to have an embryo transfer during an infertility treatment cycle.
IVF treatment generally starts within the first 2-3 days of the menstrual cycle.
IVF is a process in which fertilization of the egg takes place outside the human body in the laboratory, whereas in IUI the fertilization takes place inside the human body. The sperm of the man are washed and inserted into the woman’s uterus through a catheter.Then fertilization happens in the human body. In ICSI the sperm is manually injected into the egg outside the human body.
If you are under the age of 35 and have not conceived a baby despite trying for 12 months or if you are above the age of 35 and if you have not conceived after trying for 6 months, then you should see a fertility specialist.
In women, fertility is at its peak in their 20s. It starts declining after 30 years of age and after 35 the decline is steep. Women aged 35 and above have lower number of eggs available for fertilization and the quality of the eggs are also much lower.
Male infertility is when a man has very fewer sperms (or no sperms) or when the sperms have low motility or when the morphology of the sperms are not up to the mark or when the man has other disorders that are affecting his chances of making his partner pregnant.