Services List

ASSISTED HATCHING

The covering over the embryo is called zona pellucida. It’s main function is to protect the embryo and maintain its integrity as it travels through the oviduct into the uterine cavity . Once it reaches the cavity blastocysts must get out of the ZP ( hatching )so that the trophectoderm cells can interact with the Endometrial cells and implantation can occur . Zona hardening occurs after fertilisation and this is a physiological phenomenon to… Read More

BLASTOCYST CULTURE

Blastocyst culture is a technique in which an embryo is developed in the laboratory for 4-6 days after fertilization before being placed in womb. The advantage of blastocyst culture is the improved efficiency of embryo selection, because it is more likely that the embryos with the best development capacity reach the blastocyst stage. There is a natural selection & a higher probability of pregnancy when using a blastocyst than with an embryo in… Read More

DIAGNOSTIC AND OPERATIVE HYSTEROSCOPY

Hysteroscopy is considered the gold standard for evaluating the uterine cavity, and due to improved endoscopic developments. Hysteroscopy is used as a therapeutic method in many conditions that may affect fertility, such as symptomatic uterine septum, intrauterine adhesions, endometrial polyps, sub mucous leiomyomas.… Read More

DIAGNOSTIC AND OPERATIVE LAPAROSCOPY

Laparoscopy for infertility is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that uses a laparoscope (a fiber-optic tube with light and video camera) inserted through two or more minor incisions, often in the belly button. The surgeon can then visually examine the pelvic reproductive organs and the pelvic cavity. Diagnostic laparoscopy is useful in demonstrating tubal patency, tubo- ovarian relation, pelvic adhesions, peritoneal diseases, endometriosi… Read More

EGG DONATION

The egg donation process enables a woman who cannot get pregnant with her own oocytes due to poor quantity/ quality or who are menopausal , to use an egg which is donated by another woman to achieve a pregnancy. In many cases where the egg quality is not good, leading to failure of repeated cycles of treatment, donor eggs treatment is the viable option. It starts with synchronizing the menstrual cycles of the donor and recipient. The donor… Read More

EGG FREEZING OR SPERM CRYOPRESERVATION

Egg freezing allows a woman to preserve her fertility till she is ready to start a family. This option is available to women who are diagnosed with cancer or other illnesses which might affect their fertility and who are about to undergo chemotherapy/radiotherapy, the treatments posing threat to fertility potential. Thus it forms a part of Oncofertility service. It is also an option for healthy women who wish to delay attempting to achieve… Read More

EMBRYO CRYOPRESERVATION

Embryo cryopreservation can be an essential part of the in vitro fertilization (IVF) fertility treatment process, especially in some cases like PCOS. Fertilized dividing embryos can be preserved for many years with special cryo protectants using Vitrification technology and are amenable for future use. Cryopreservation can increase the likelihood of achieving pregnancy for patients as provides multiple attempts of transfer cycle and enhances cumu… Read More

EMBRYO DONATION

Embryo adoption is a process of using donor embryos developed by fusing the sperm and eggs of the donor couple for implanting in your uterus and creating your own pregnancy. It is a compelling alternative to traditional adoption for the couples having long-term infertility issues pertaining to both male and the female partner. For couples who are unable to produce eggs and sperm of high-enough quality to succeed naturally or with other IVF techni… Read More

ENDOMETRIAL RECEPTIVITY ARRAY OR ERA

If you or someone you care about has struggled with failed IVF cycles which are unexplained, consider fertility physician about ERA. At times in cases of recurrent implantation failure, it can be a tricky and frustrating situation for the fertility experts as well trying to track down a cause, in addition to the anxious couple. Patients need answers, and doctors want to help. Happily, new tests are constantly being added and technologies are… Read More

FROZEN EMBRYO TRANSFER (FET)

A frozen embryo transfer (FET) treatment cycle is where embryos which were frozen following IVF treatment are thawed (warmed) and transferred (implanted) into the womb at a later date. There is an increasing trend to go for frozen embryo transfers more often than the traditional fresh cycle transfer process. It has been particularly advantageous in cases of subsequent IVF cycles when the initial cycle is unsuccessful, or be performed years later… Read More

HIGH RISK PREGNANCY AND DELIVERY MANAGEMENT

A high-risk pregnancy is one that threatens the health or life of the mother or her fetus. It often requires specialized care from specially trained providers. Risk factors for a high-risk pregnancy can include:… Read More

IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND EMBRYO TRANSFER OR TEST TUBE BABY TREATMENT

In vitro fertilization (IVF), commonly known as Test tube baby treatment, is a technique where the fertilization process happens inside the laboratory instead of the female partner’s body. The woman’s eggs are surgically removed from ovaries and are combined with the husband’s sperms outside the body. After a few days, fertilized eggs (embryos), incubated and cultured under specific conditions, are placed inside the woman’s uterus, thus bypassing… Read More

INTRA-CYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION (ICSI)

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is the procedure during which an embryologist injects a single sperm directly into the woman’s egg as part of the in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure to aid in fertilization. ICSI can be used as a part of standard IVF ( In Vitro Fertilization) treatment to help you and your spouse conceive your own baby even if there are severe abnormalities in the semen reports of your partner. It is an advanced microm… Read More

IUI (INTRAUTERINE INSEMINATION)

Intrauterine insemination is a procedure that places sperms past the cervix and in a woman’s uterus around the time of ovulation. This procedure makes the passage to fallopian tubes much shorter and there is a better chance that more sperms will encounter the egg.… Read More

LAPAROSCOPY (KEYHOLE SURGERY)

For some fertility cases , reproductive surgery is required to achieve their optimal fertility success . Such fertility enhancing keyhole surgeries are done with the aim of diagnosing the cause of infertility thouroughly and treating them appropriately with minimal tissue handling. At Anmol Fertility and IVF centre , our goal is to provide you with the least invasive procedure possible . Our surgeons have equipped themselves with latest tech.… Read More

MANAGEMENT OF RECURRENT PREGNANCY LOSS

By definition, “recurrent” pregnancy loss is defined as the loss of two or more pregnancies from the time of conception until 24 weeks of gestation. At Aastha fertility care we provide TREATMENT PLAN, SUPPORTIVE CARE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CARE.… Read More

OOCYTE VITRIFICATION

Fertility preservation option for young women requiring potentially sterilized (medical and surgical) treatments.
Option for delaying motherhood.… Read More

PGD AND PG

Every parent hopes to have a healthy child. The good news is most babies are born healthy. However, some families planning to have children may be faced with the diagnosis of a genetic disease. Genetics contributes up to 10 percent of infertility issues or recurrent pregnancy losses in couples. Most embryos with an incorrect number of chromosomes fail to implant or miscarry during early trimester of pregnancy. Genetic testing protocols have the… Read More

SPERM FREEZING

Semen freezing, which is also known as semen cryopreservation or sperm banking/freezing, is a procedure that preserves sperm cells. It is a technique designed to preserve & store sperm in a sperm bank for future use with the use of special chemical protectants. Sperms can be stored in the liquid nitrogen at -196°C for many years with a reasonably good quality and can be available for use when needed, in future. Sperm banks can also collect and st… Read More

SPERM-RETRIEVAL TECHNIQUES

Used in the setting of post-vasectomy obstruction, CBAVD, ejaculatory duct obstruction (EDO), and unreconstructable causes of obstructive azoospermia.
1. Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (PESA)
2. Microsurgical Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (MESA)
3. Percutaneous Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA)… Read More

TESE OR TESA OR PESA

One in 100 men have no sperms in their semen. If you have no or extremely low numbers of sperms in your semen which means you can’t have a standard fertility treatment, you may be able to have sperm collected surgically and still father a child. These procedures are indicated for men with irreparable obstruction (congenital or acquired) resulting in azoospermia (lack of sperms). Your chances of extracting sperm will depend on the reason for the l… Read More

VASOEPIDIDYMOSTOMY

Indicated for idiopathic epididymal obstruction, secondary epididymal obstruction due to long-standing vasal obstruction, or iatrogenic epididymal obstruction following interventions such as epididymal aspiration or reversal of vasectomy [male sterilization].… Read More