Using donor egg is safe, legal, confidential and anonymous.
The age of the donor must be between 21 and 35 years.
Donor eggs will be sourced from the woman from the agency / ART bank.
Egg Donation is done for women who are unable to use their own eggs, due to a variety of conditions like
What is Embryo Adoption?Embryo adoption is a new way to adopt. Instead of adopting a child, embryo adoption is the process where donor embryo is transferred to a woman, where she carries pregnancy for 9 months resulting in childbirth.
What are the reasons for women to go for embryo donation? Embryo Donation is required for a selected group of parents:
What is fertility assessment?
Fertility assessment is a first place to start if you have been trying for a baby or you may be planning a family and want to have some insight into your current fertility health. It is best come as a couple together during your first visit.
When should I consider a fertility evaluation?
Most couples need a thorough fertility evaluation when they do not get pregnant after 12 months of trying.
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What is infertility or subfertility?
Infertility or Subfertility is defined as the inability to get pregnant after 12 months of regular unprotected sex.
What are the chances to get pregnant naturally in any given month?
Approximately the chance of conceiving naturally in any given month in the first year of trying is 20 %. (20% every month)
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What is frozen Embryo Transfer?
A frozen embryo transfer (FET) is a treatment cycle where a frozen embryo from a previous fresh IVF cycle is thawed and transferred back into a woman's uterus. This means you won't have to undergo another cycle of hormone stimulation and an egg collection. Frozen embryo cycles can be undertaken on your natural cycle (Natural cycle HRT) or using hormone preparation (HRT-FET).
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ICSI is an assisted fertilization procedure that has been introduced in 1992 to overcome this problem. It involves injection of a single sperm into an egg to help fertilization.
ICSI is a procedure by which an embryologist injects a single sperm into each egg using a micro-injection needle to assist fertilization, thus bypassing any potential problems the sperm will have in getting inside the egg.
What are the indications for ICSI?
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What is IVF?
In vitro in Latin is for “in glass” and refers to the laboratory Petri dish in which the egg and sperm are mixed. In vitro fertilization can overcome most causes of male and female infertility. IVF has a high rate of success because it allows for a controlled interaction of eggs and sperm. Medications increase the number of mature eggs a woman can produce at a single time. Each developed embryo can b... Read More
What is Intra Uterine Insemination?IUI is a simple procedure. It is not painful but might be bit uncomfortable. This is a technique where semen preparation is done to get most healthy and progressively motile sperm from the husband and is injected through the cervix into the cavity of the wife’s uterus using a fine tube.
Who are benefitted by IUI?
1) Failed 4 – 6 cycles of ovulation induction cycles (Unexplained subfertility)... Read More
What is ovulation induction?
Ovulation induction involves using fertility medications to stimulate growth and release of eggs for fertilization in women having trouble getting pregnant. It has become a basic element of fertility treatment.
It is the initial and simple step in the treatment of subfertility. About 25% of all female infertility is due to ovulation problems. Ovulation induction with hormone stimulation has become an effective treatment that boosts... Read More
Surrogacy by assisted conception should normally be considered only for patients for whom it would be physically or medically impossible/ undesirable to carry a baby to term.
Common reasons to choose surrogacy are
1) Absent uterus (either by birth or removed surgically), Small or abnormal uterus
2) Repeated implantation failure or Repeated miscarriages
3) Any risk to life associated with pregnancy like heart disease
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