At Neelima MOM, We are committed to offer evidence based fertility treatments with an individualized, warm and compassionate approach.
Ovulation induction is the stimulation of ovulation by medication like clomid to produce a one or more healthy eggs, or oocytes, these medications also can be used to control when a woman ovulates.
A hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is an X-ray test. It looks at the inside the uterus and fallopian tubes and the area around them. It often is done for women who are having a hard time getting pregnant..
IUI is the first step towards fertility treatment after OI (ovarian Induction). This procedure is cost effective and increases the chances of pregnancy by 20-25%. The procedure starts with ovarian induction or stimulation of ovary; medications are given for development of one or more mature follicles in a woman’s ovaries.
ICSI-IVF is the latest ART procedure where a single good quality sperm is picked up with a fine glass needle and is injected directly into each egg under micro-manipulator Very few sperm are required and the ability of the sperm to penetrate the egg is no longer important as this has been assisted by the ICSI technique.
Donor treatment is one of the imperative treatments in ART procedures, with current scenario almost 30 % of women suffer from infertility because of absence of ovarian reserve, blame it to lifestyle or the changing trend.
Fertility Preservation is normally used by patients alarmed about their future fertility. Fertility can be affected by a number of different factors, including disease, lifestyle, career, or age.
Embryo freezing is done for those who embryos are extra and, can opt for cryo preservation. Your chances of becoming pregnant with a thawed frozen embryo are not affected by the length of time the embryo has been stored.
Hysteroscopy is a Pre IVF-ICSI procedure it is the best way to check your womb is healthy and ready to carry a baby. You wouldn’t bake a cake before checking the oven worked, would you? Same rules apply to IVF cycles. Hysteroscopy is the checker.
We know that men with low sperm counts can sometimes have children – and some men with normal sperm counts can be infertile. It can be hard to know whether the sperm problem is the only cause, or just a contributing cause to the fertility problem.
Sperm can be aspirated with a needle from the testicle or from the vas deferens (a structure right next to the testicle that also contains sperm). The man is given some drugs to sedate him and some local anesthesia is also used to numb the area. Then a small needle is inserted and sperm is aspirated from either the epididymis or the testicle.
Embryos are cultured in incubator up to five days, until they become blastocysts. At this stage it may be easier to select the best quality embryo(s). Not all embryos will develop to produce blastocysts in the laboratory.