If you are craving for your new born and are unable to conceive, then there could be medical reasons too. Motherland Hospitals’ IVF centre in Noida, specializes in infertility treatment and also solutions to people who wish to complete their families. In today’s stressful age, time, hormones, disease or some other factors can be responsible for infertility. Motherland Hospital with its team of andrologists, gynecologists, endocrinologists and infertility experts make sure that you get answers and solutions to your situation.
Motherland Hospital takes care of your hopes and wishes through assisted reproduction services – In vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) and other methods as per the need and suitability. The teams of experts here, value your aspirations, and are supported by best and advanced technology and an diagnostic equipment to provide you with the best infertility treatment in Noida, making your dreams come true.
If you have been trying to conceive for more than a year, then you need to consult a doctor to check on any infertility issues. The best way is to reach out to experts and discuss your concerns. It is a myth that infertility is usually a woman related issue. The right treatment, counseling and support could help you conceive. The experts at Motherland Hospital’ IVF Centre in Noida, have well developed clinical and diagnostic protocols to detect and treat infertility issues. As per the medical history of the woman and man, experts recommend follow to the medical and procedural options.
The basic steps that are followed in the treatment are:
Basic clinical evaluation of the woman and man, Hormone therapy for the affected, Recommendation for IUI/IVF/Investigative or Corrective Surgery.
The medical experts, nurses and team of counselors shall be with you at every step to support you in your journey of becoming a parent.
IN VITRO FERTILIZATION
The process of fertilization of an egg by a sperm which takes place outside the woman’s body is described as ‘In Vitro Fertilization’. The given process involves the removal of one or more matured eggs from a woman’s ovaries and then their fertilization by a sperm in an artificial environment followed by embryo culture and embryo transfer. This is an assisted reproduction technology which is undertaken in cases of infertility or where the natural process of conception of the embryo cannot be carried out.
Why is it done?
Vitro Fertilization is generally undertaken when less invasive solutions for infertility have failed to produce effective results. IVF or In Vitro Fertilization can be considered in the following cases –
Unexplained infertility – When the cause of infertility could not be discovered, Genetic disorder – When there are risks of passage of such a disorder to the embryo, Endometriosis – When there is the development of uterine lining outside the uterus, Blockage or Damage of Fallopian tube , Low sperm count in male
Risks – The risks associated with In Vitro Fertilization include
Multiple Births – This occurs in cases where implantation of more than one embryo takes place in the uterus. Multiple births come with complications such as neonatal morbidity, early labor, low birth weights, and so on.
Ectopic pregnancy – The assisted reproduction technology can result into an ectopic pregnancy wherein the embryo gets implanted outside the uterus, usually the fallopian tubes.
Birth defects – Certain cases where infants are born due to IVF had defects like anorectal atresia, septal heart defects, cleft lip etc. were reported. Parental factors like age and ill-habits could be the cause behind the defects.
Other risks could be miscarriage, stress, ovarian cancer, and ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome.
INTRA UTERINE INSEMINATION (IUI)
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a procedure for artificial fertilization that can be used for treating infertility in both males and females. It is the most common type of artificial insemination. In earlier times, this procedure was carried out by placing the sperm in the vagina, but it wasn’t as successful as this one is.
In IUI, the sperm is directly placed into the woman’s uterus in order to facilitate fertilization. This helps the sperm to reach the uterus, preventing any complications in its passage. The goal of IUI is to increase the chances of fertilization by making a large number of sperms reach the fallopian tubes. IUI also gives the sperm a head start, after which the travels and fertilizes the egg on its own.
Why is IUI done?
Intrauterine insemination may be a good option for artificial insemination when the man has low sperm count or when the woman has Endometriosis. Woman’s older age, poor egg quality, low sperm count or severe fallopian tube damage can be the reasons behind infertility.
Conditions in which IUI is done
Endometriosis-related infertility, unexplained infertility, Allergy to semen, Mild male factor infertility, cervical factor infertility, etc.
How is it done?
IUI is timed in a way that it overlaps with the ovulation (release of the eggs) period of the woman. The woman is given medication to stimulate the development of multiple eggs in the body. Sperms are concentrated from a semen solution, washed and are placed directly in the woman’s uterus.