Assisted Reproduction Treatments

Ovulation Induction with Timed Intercourse

It is crucial to have sex at the right time because fertilization can only take place within a certain amount of time. Monitoring is done to determine when you will probably ovulate so that there is a better chance of conception. There are several different types of medication that can be used for ovarian stimulation, also known as ovulation induction, which is frequently used for women who don't ovulate regularly on their own.

IUI – Intra Uterine Insemination

The amount of sperm that enters the uterus is naturally constrained by the cervix. As a result only a small amount of the sperm in the ejaculate enters the fallopian tubes. During intrauterine insemination (IUI), sperm is injected into a woman's uterus just before she ovulates. This greatly reduces the distance to the fallopian tubes, increasing the likelihood that more sperm will come into contact with the egg. This technique is intended to increase a woman's likelihood of becoming pregnant

Surgical Sperm Recovery

When pregnancy is desired but not attainable without assistance, sperm retrieval is performed. It is for guys who can't ejaculate or have little to no sperm in their semen. Some of the surgical options advised for sperm recovery are Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA), Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE), Microscopic Testicular Sperm Extraction (microTESE), Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (PESA), Microscopic Epdidymal Sperm Aspiration (MESA).

Assisted Hatching for Embryos

The procedure of assisted hatching for Embryos is usually utilized to assist couples who have previously experienced one or more unsuccessful IVF rounds. These unsuccessful cycles frequently happen due to the failure of the embryo not getting embedded in the uterus. Assisted hatching of the embryos is usually suggested if a woman's next IVF cycle has a poor prognosis, as this would improve the chances of a successful pregnancy.

IVF – In Vitro Fertilization

IVF - In vitro Fertilization is one of the well-known, assisted reproductive treatments (ART) that is done for couples who suffer from infertility issues. This process is done in order to help the sperms fertilize the egg. Once the eggs are fertilized, they are implanted in the uterus. In vitro Fertilization (IVF) is the preferred and well-known form of assisted reproductive treatment. This process can be done using the couple's own sperm and eggs. During the IVF process eggs, sperm, or embryos from a known or anonymous donor might be used.

Embryo Transfer

The last stage of the IVF process is embryo transfer. In this stage, the fertilized egg that has been growing for several days is placed in the woman’s uterus where it will ideally implant, develop into a baby, and lead to the delivery of a healthy child. During the embryo transfer procedure, the IVF embryo is loaded into a catheter, passed through the woman's vagina and cervix, and deposited in the uterus.

PGD: Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis

Preimplantation genetic testing is a process used to find genetic flaws in embryos created in In Vitro fertilization (IVF) before the pregnancy process. When an embryo is tested to see if it has a genetic problem since one or both genetic parents have a known genetic disorder, this is known as preimplantation genetic diagnostic (PGD). Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS), on the other hand, describes methods for checking for aneuploidy in embryos from parents that are thought to have genetic chromosomes.

Preimplantation Genetic Testing – PGD VS PGS

Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) is often referred to as preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy (PGT-A). This test looks for chromosomal anomalies in embryos. PGT-M, or preimplantation genetic diagnosis for monogenic illnesses, is another name for PGD. Preimplantation genetic diagnosis, or PGD, can be used to screen each embryo and identify whether it has inherited the mutation and illness propensity if a couple has a known genetic disease in their family that is caused by a specific single gene mutation.

Fertility Preservation

Sudha Fertility Center is committed to assisting patients in retaining their fertility, which is why we developed the Fertility Preservation Program. Treatments for serious illnesses can frequently result in infertility, but many women and men should consider preserving their fertility before undergoing such treatments.

Freezing/Vitrification

Our Sudha fertility center utilizes the latest proven techniques to help our patients become parents. That is why vitrification is used to freeze eggs, sperm, and embryos. In the world of fertility, this freezing technique has been progressive. It not only allows for egg freezing, but it also aids in the success of in vitro fertilization (IVF).

IVM – In Vitro Maturation of Oocytes

In Vitro Maturation (IVM), is a type of assisted reproduction technique that involves taking eggs from a woman before they develop. After that, the eggs are developed in a lab using a culture medium containing small amounts of hormones. Using intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), the mature eggs are manually fertilized. The embryos are put into a woman's womb when they start to mature.

Magnetic Activated Cell Sorting (MACS)

Magnetic Activated Cell Sorting (MACS) is a method that enables the best spermatozoa to be chosen for use in treatments for assisted reproduction. All spermatozoa have a finite lifespan and die through a process known as apoptosis. It is very likely that if apoptotic spermatozoa fertilize an oocyte, the embryo will develop abnormally or would stop growing altogether. Pregnancy of this kind typically results in an early miscarriage.

Endometrial Receptivity Analysis (ERA)

A small sample of a woman's endometrial lining is taken for the Endometrial Receptivity Analysis (ERA), a genetic test that identifies the ideal day to transfer the embryo during an IVF cycle. As the window of endometrial receptivity can be one of the causes of infertility in women who have had two or more unsuccessful embryo transfers after in vitro fertilization (IVF), performing an endometrial receptivity analysis can be immensely useful.

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Many women are identified as having anatomical issues that make it challenging for them to conceive and deliver a healthy child during a fertility evaluation. These issues could include fallopian tube issues, uterine septa, endometrial polyps, and uterine fibroids. Fortunately, minimally invasive surgery may address and resolve most of these problems.

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