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Aakash fertility centre and Hospital

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One of the basic needs of all human beings, is need to have children. Unfortunately 15% of couples conception does not occur.
Infertility is not merely a physical condition, it is an emotional and social condition as well.
We have infertility counselors, male and female infertility specialists, Embryologist and other scientists to provide excellent services to the patients.

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Infertility Today:
  • The procedures described as assisted reproductive technologies (ART) include in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and related procedures.
  • Such procedures are absolutely essential for some couples in whom conventional therapies have been unsuccessful.
Current Treatment Opportunities:
Treatment depends on identifying the underlying cause of the reduced fertility. Thereafter, a range of different options is available, which can be grouped under the following headings.
    • Natural (drug) treatments involve the use of drug treatments only, for example, ovulation induction.
    • Natural (drug) assisted treatments involve the use of drug treatments as well as a fertility stimulating treatment (such as intra-uterine insemination or IUI).
    • (Drug) assisted reproduction involve the use of drug treatments combined with one of the ART techniques through which “test tube” fertilisation occurs such as IVF or Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI).
    • In some cases, surgical intervention may be necessary to increase the chances of a potential pregnancy. One of the above treatments is often still necessary thereafter.
    • One recent possibility that has become available for some couples, especially those affected by male infertility, is a technique called Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI). Instead of combining “normal” ova (egg) and sperm cells in a Petri dish for standard IVF, this fertilisation technique involves the injection of a single sperm cell into the ovum. The use of ICSI has spectacularly improved the fertilisation rate in cases of insufficient or insufficiently mobile sperm or poor sperm function. This method was first described in 1992.
    • In the rare instances when there is a complete absence of sperm cells in the semen (azoospermia) due to a blockage of the sperm ducts, attempts can be made to obtain sperm cells directly from the epididymis. This takes place through a puncture or tapping (withdrawing the material with a needle). The retrieved sperm cells can then be used for a standard ICSI procedure. This technique is known as PESA - ICSI.
 

  • Celebration of World Sexual Health Day
  • 4th Sep– Sexual Rights as Human Rights
  • 6th Sep – Infertility Exhibition & Free Camp