Intra Uterine Insemination


IUI is the process of placing washed and processed sperm (with heightened potency) in the woman's uterus at the time of ovulation, under the influence of fertility drugs(human chorionic gonadotrophin) .

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In Vitro Fertilization


IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) is the process of surgically removing a woman's eggs and fertilizing them with a man's sperm in controlled laboratory condition. In case of an obstruction in the fallopian tube that incapacitates normal ovum sperm fertilization the IVF method is adopted.

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Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection


ICSI works almost exactly like the IVF procedure, except the fertilization process. In IVF the fertilization process happens in a disc but in ICSI the sperm is injected in the egg individually using a machine called micromanipulator.

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Embryo Freezing


A successful IVF/ICSI leads to a good stock of spare embryos. The left over viable embryos are then cryo-preserved in liquid nitrogen at –196 degree, which reduces the chances of losing the viability during the course of keeping it for a long time.

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Oocyte Freezing


Women are now treated with equality in our society and modern girls are now getting more career oriented in their approach. This approach leads to a doubt in their minds about having a baby in this hectic schedule and growing age. To fix this issue of age and career, assisted reproductive technologists offer a chance to preserve the oocyte on young age, which can be used afterwards to produce a baby.

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Blastocyst Culture & Transfer


This technique was discovered in order to minimize the chances of multiple pregnancies, which can occur, by IVF technique. This procedure also increases pregnancy rate as only few viable Blastocyst wibb are used during the procedure. Culturing of embryos is done for 3 days initially, which is the cleavage stage (4-10 cells), before they are transferred to uterus.

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Egg Donation


In egg donation, eggs are borrowed from a young woman (less than 33 yrs of age) called the donor, with her consent. These eggs are then fertilized with the sperms of the husband of the recipient woman and the resultant embryo (the earliest form of the baby), is inserted into the womb of the recipient.

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Sperm Retrieval


Azoospermia in males, i.e. where there is no sperm present in the semen, can be because of two reasons. It can either be of the obstructive type where there is production of sperms in the testis but blockage of the conduction system, which brings the sperm out into the semen. Alternately, the azoospermia may be of the non-obstructive type, where there is a failure of the testes to produce sperms.

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