Male Infertility In about 40% of infertile couples, the cause is traced to the man. Female Infertility In another 40% of cases, the woman is diagnosed with a problem. LAPAROSCOPOIC SURGERY HYSTEROSCOPIC SURGERY
Surgery for Blocked Fallopian Tubes Laparoscopic surgery can remove scar tissue in the reproductive tract and boost the odds of getting pregnant for some women.
I U I (ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION)
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a popular option for a wide range of fertility problems. In this procedure, the sperm is placed directly into the woman's uterus while she is ovulating. It is less expensive and less invasive than IVF, but pregnancy rates are notably lower. IUI with Donor Sperm If the man has few healthy sperm, IUI can be done using sperm from a donor. It may take several tries, but cumulative pregnancy rates are over 80%. DIFFERENT TYPE OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY (ART)
• IVF • IVF-ICSi • MESA • TESA • PESA • IMSI • IVF with Donor Eggs • IVF with Blastocyst Transfer • Embryo Freezing / Egg Sharing / Egg Donation NATURAL WAYS TO BOOST FERTILITY
No matter where you are in your quest to start a family, you can boost your fertility with a few lifestyle changes. If you smoke, quit. Smoking reduces fertility and has a documented impact on pregnancy rates. Next, eat nutritious foods and ask your doctor about supplements. Research suggests certain vitamins and minerals can improve fertility in men and women.
• High Risk Pregnancy • Thermal Balloon Therapy for menorrheagic patient • Gynaecological Surgery • Colposcopy • Cystoscopy • General Surgery • Neonatal Unit.