FAQ

frequently asked questions


  • 1. HOW LONG SHOULD WE TRY FOR NATURAL PREGNANCY?

    The following conditions should be taken as a bare minimum. There could be other factors involved which your consultant would be
    If the age of female partner is less than 35 years, no conception even after one year of planning, couples should consult the infertility specialist.
    If age of female partner is more than 35 years or family history of infertility or any history of menstrual irregularities, one should consider consulting after 6 months of planning.

  • 2. WHAT IS THE SUCCESS RATE OF IVF?

    Keeping in mind various factors of Infertility, Success rate varies with the cause from thirty to seventy percent. We strive to improve our rates with Innovation and Modern Technology.

  • 3. IS IVF A PAINFUL PROCEDURE?

    Injections are necessary part of IVF procedure administered for a period of 10-12days . Enlarging ovaries causes little discomfort and heaviness which could cause temporary discomfort. Egg retrieval is a minor surgical procedure done under anesthesia.

  • 4. SHOULD WE HAVE GENETIC TESTING?

    Pre-implantation genetic testing (PGT) is a technique for testing to provide information about the genetic make-up of the rest of the cells in the embryo. Couples must undergo in vitro fertilization (IVF), where the eggs (oocytes) are removed from a woman’s body and mixed with sperm in a laboratory.
    The embryos which are created can be tested on Day #3 after egg harvest and then they are implanted back into the uterus on Day #5. Alternatively, the embryos can be frozen after the cells are removed for testing and implanted in a subsequent menstrual cycle.
    Patients with many inherited familial diseases can have their embryos tested to determine its genetic make-up. Specifically, this would include patients with a history of single-gene disorders (such as thalassemia, cystic fibrosis or sickle cell anaemia) and patients with a history of sex-linked disorders (such as Duchenne muscular dystrophy and Fragil-X-syndrome).
    Patients may also decide to use genetic screening. For some patients with, advanced reproductive age, recurrent pregnancy loss, severe male factor infertility or recurrent IVF treatment failures, genetic screening may be used.