Infertility Treatments

Infertility Treatments

We at Fertile Solutions firmly believe that experiencing the joy of parenthood is every couples right who are having infertility problems. Mostly, the couple are quite frustrated after several attempts for their infertility issues. At Fertile Solutions advanced technology and experienced doctors, helps to evaluate and diagnose every person's problem in detail and offer a suitable treatment plan. The treatment plan provided is mostly individualized and depends on the cause of infertility , the period of infertility, patients & partner's age, personal preferences, and, most importantly, the comfort of the patient.

The different types of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and natural treatments available at the clinic include:

Follicular Monitoring - This method is used to study the follicle growth both in the natural and ART treatment process. A baseline scan is usually done on the 2nd or 3rd day of the cycle to study the follicle size and know the exact time of ovulation. Based on this time, a timely meeting is planned for natural fertilization to take place.

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) - This is the first and simplest method of the ART process, which is suggested when medication and timed intercourse are not successful. In this process, mild medications are given for ovarian stimulation. At the time of ovulation, the sperm sample collected from the partner is placed near the uterine cavity closer to the egg to facilitate fertilization. IUI is mostly preferred in cases of male factor infertility.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) - It is a process where the women's eggs are collected from the ovaries and combined with the partner's sperm in the lab under aseptic conditions to create embryos. Later the embryos formed are transferred into the uterus to achieve pregnancy. The process involves multiple steps starting with ovarian stimulation to final embryo transfer and a pregnancy test. Usually, IVF is suggested to patients with tubal blocks, PCOS, and failed IUI.

Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) - This is the modified form of conventional IVF that is suggested in the case of male infertility. In this process, the healthy sperm is selected and injected into the oocyst to create the embryos. Later the embryos are transferred into the uterus.

Donor Egg/Sperm - Donor IVF is indicated if either of the partners can't use their egg /sperm for fertilization due to various medical reasons. In this case, donor sperm or egg is used to form the embryo after the proper legal informed consent being obtained from the couple.

Trans Epidermal Sperm Aspiration (TESA) - This is a process in which testicular tissue is aspirated under anesthesia, and later, the sperm is collected from the sample. This method is suggested in the case of male infertility wherein there is any blockage near the epididymis, extremely poor sperm count, and the problem with ejaculation. Later ICSI is employed to create embryos.