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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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Ante natal Care( ANC)

Management of infertility and helping you to conceive is our primary goal but along with that we provide complete support throughout your 9 months of pregnancy and deliver to you a healthy baby We have a specially designed protocol for management of pregnancy through IVF/ICSI/IUI and support and guide you regarding your medications, diet and exercise during pregnancy. We Offer the Following • Early trimester dating scan • Anomaly scan ( 11-13 weeks) • Dual Marker ( 11-13 weeks) • Pentavalent test ( 13-16 weeks) • Quadruple marker ( 16-18 weeks) • 4D scan • Colour Doppler • Non stress test • Biophysical profile • Diet plan • Exercise plan • Normal delivery services • Elective and emergency caesarean services Not to forget the most important of all .... We provide tender loving care to all the patients which will help them cope with the various stressful situations that they face in day to day life.

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FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY

Fertility Surgery Following your initial testing and assessment, you may be advised to go for fertility surgery to further investigate the causes and there of treat it surgically if possible and hence overcome the problems leading to infertility. FEMALE FERTILITY ENHANCING SURGERY A laparoscopy is a keyhole surgery which is done to check your tubes , the mobitlity of the uterus ovaries and the condition of uterus ovaries and tubes. It can also be used for treatment of the following condition • Endometriosis • Tubal microsurgery • Removal of fibroids • Correction of uterine abnormalities. A laparoscope is introduced through a small incision in the abdomen. A video camera is fitted to an endoscope (a thin telescopic instrument) so the specialist can view the images on a video monitor. If any surgical treatment is needed, special instruments are inserted through 2 small incisions. When the surgery is complete, the instruments are removed and the carbon dioxide gas is released from the abdominal cavity. A stitch closes each of the small incisions. A diagnostic Laparoscopy is performed under general anaesthetic and takes about 30 mins to 1 hrs. Recovery is relatively fast depending on the extent and type of surgery required but generally you can get back to your routine with in 2-3 days. After your operation, you may experience some symptoms that may last for several days, including tiredness, muscle pain, mild nausea, pain or discomfort at the site of the incisions, cramps, a small amount of vaginal discharge or bleeding or a sensation of swelling in the abdomen. HYSTEROSCOPY Hysteroscopy is another minor surgery which involves visualizing the inside of the uterus using a small telescope which is attached to a camera. The entire procedure is recorded and will be shown to you regarding the abnormalities that we may encounter. The common findings are • Arcuate uterus • Polyp • Septum • Adhesions • fibroid laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy are generally done together and help in diagnosing as well as treating the causes of infertility in the same setting.

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Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ( ICSI)

What is ICSI? Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is performed as an additional part of an IVF in which a single morphologically normal looking sperm is selected under high magnification injected directly into the egg using a micro manipulator to assist with fertilization. ICSI is generally used to overcome severe male infertility. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is recommended for male fertility issues such as • Low sperm count, • Low sperm morphology • Low sperm motility, • Anti-sperm antibodies • Previously had a vasectomy or unsuccessful vasectomy reversal. • Couples with poor or no fertilisation using conventional IVF. Together with IVF, ICSI is one of the most common techniques used in Assisted Reproductive Technology. Since it was introduced, it has led to the birth of many thousands of babies worldwide that otherwise might not have been conceived. The success rates for ICSI are similar to those of standard IVF. There is no convincing evidence that the rate of birth defects in children born from the ICSI process is any different to the general population.

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OVARIAN STIMULATION

What is Ovarian Stimulation or ovulation induction? Ovulation induction involves taking medications to stimulate or grow more than one follicle in either of the ovary and confirm the release of the egg after administration of trigger ( hCG ) and increase the chances of conception either by timed intercourse or artificial insemination It is most suitable for women who do not ovulate or have deranged hormone profile leading to lack of ovulation or growth of egg but have normal fallopian tubes and the male partner has a normal semen analysis. Medications used in ovulation induction can include: • Clomiphene Citrate ( CC) This is a tablet to be taken orally which helps in development of follicle in women who have a problem with growth of the follicle. It helps in increasing the level of FSH ( hormone required for growth of the egg) • Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) Injections of FSH can be used to stimulate the ovary to produce a number of follicles that develop in the ovary and therefore the number of eggs that are ovulated during a cycle. • Letrozole: Another oral medication which acts on the ovary and increases the level of FSH thereby increasing the chances of more than one egg to develop and hence increase the chances of pregnancy Assessment Assessment of the cycle is done byblood tests to measure hormone levels at specific stages of your cycle; and an ultrasound to see the development of follicles in the ovaries and thickness and appearance of the uterus lining. Monitoring Cycle monitoring is done closely by hormone evaluation and TVS (Sonography) to check for the number of developing follicles. This is a crucial step as it may predict the chances of multiple pregnancy.

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OVULATION STUDY

Ovulation cycle tracking is a simple process that can help you identify which days you’re most fertile. This is done by combination of hormone tests and TVS ( Sonography) Ovulation is triggered by a surge of hormones from the pituitary gland (Luteinising Hormone). This usually takes place 24 hours before ovulation. A simple hormone estimation and measuring the size of the follicle and the endometrial reactivity we can predict the ovulation. Timing of sexual intercourse is very important if you are trying to conceive and most of the time wrong timing might be the cause of inability to conceive. For a successful outcome one needs to know the most fertile period in the menstrual cycle which is the days leading upto the ovulation. The egg survives for just 24 hours after ovulation, while sperm retain fertilising capability for 48 to 72 hours in the fallopian tubes. For this reason, we recommend couples to have sex during this fertile window. This ensures the sperms are waiting for the egg when it ovulates. It is important to have sexual intercourse 2 days before and after ovulation period. By undertaking a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds you’ll have a more accurate and comprehensive overview of your cycle and general fertility. Unlike most home ovulation tests that just measure the luteinising hormone (LH), we’ll measure the quantity of estrogen, progesterone and LH present throughout your cycle enabling us to anticipate ovulation earlier and use the ultrasounds to confirm that there are actually follicles developing.

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FERTILITY PRESERVATION FOR MEN

If you have been diagnosed with some form of carcinoma and require treatment for cancer that may affect your fertility, there are still certain options available to ensure you can still have children in the future. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy can affect your sperm production – sometimes this is may be temporary but in other cases it may be permanent. Once the treatment begins, it can be too late to secure/ ensure the propagation of your family. Freezing sperm Before the beginning of chemo or radio therapy you will be asked for a sample of your semen for semen analysis and sperm function tests. After this 2 samples 4 days apart will be collected at the centre and will be frozen. These can be kept till you wish to start your family. Men who have to travel overseas or work in dangerous situations may also want to have their sperm frozen for use in the future. How does sperm freezing work? Samples are collected in a private room adjacent to the andrology lab so that the sample can be immediately processed and frozen as soon as possible. It is also possible for you to collect the semen in your own home during sex, using a special non-toxic condom. In case you are unable to collect semen or if there are no sperm in the semen, we can collect sperm directly from your testicles using a needle. This is called a testicular biopsy, and is performed in a day surgery under general anaesthetic. We can then use this sperm later in ICSI treatment. Once the sperm is collected, it is mixed with a protective solution and the temperature is gradually reduced. About 25%-50% of the sperm will survive the process of freezing, and they can be stored for many years. There is an initial freezing fee and yearly fee (billed annually) for sperm storage

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TRANS VAGINAL ULTRASOUND

An Trans-vaginal ultrasound scan checks the lining of your womb (endometrium) and diagnoses any conditions that may be distorting the lining as well as the ovaries for any pathologies TVS helps us to check for • Any fibroids or polyps, which could affect your cycle • Any ovarian cysts • How easy it will be to collect your eggs from the ovaries • The size of your ovaries and if there are many small follicles or blood filled cyst. It also gives us a baseline report to compare with later in your treatment

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Egg reserve test

All women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. As a general rule around 350 +/- 50 oocyte are available in the entire reproductive life which can lead to a pregnancy Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing egg sacs (follicles, preantral follicles). The level of AMH in a woman's blood is generally a good indicator of her ovarian reserve. A good predictor of ovarian reserve AMH levels can be done any time in the menstrual cycle but best when done between day 2 to day 5 of the cycle. Along with AMH, Antral Follicle Count( AFC) is counting of total no of follicles in both the ovaries from d2 to d5 of the menstrual cycle. Co relation of both these test gives a good prediction of your ovarian reserve AFC is done using Transvaginal Ultrasound. Do I need to test my ovarian reserve? The AMH test is useful if: If you have been trying to conceive for over six months, and want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age If you are considering IVF or other fertility treatments, as low levels of AMH could indicate a potentially poor response to IVF. Conversely, a high level may indicate an exaggerated response to the IVF medication you have had chemotherapy or ovarian surgery and want to know if it has affected your future fertility you suspect an ovarian tumour you would like to conceive in the future, and just want to understand your current position

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Female Fertility Assessment

Infertility may be caused by various factors and involve male, female or a combination of factors. They include problems with: Production of sperm or eggs( Gametes) Structural/Anatomical Anomalies of Male or Female Hormonal( Endocrinological) Factors in Male or Female Immune conditions in one or Both Partners Woman’s age is one of the most important factor contributing towards female factor infertility A little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor after the age of the couple influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause]. In around 20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility, which can be very frustrating for you and your spouse Fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending a treatment plan. Before a road map can be drawn to the best treatment plan for you, certain further investigations may be necessary. A Female Factor Evaluation mostly include: • OVULATION TEST • OVARIAN RESERVE TESTS • CHECKING YOUR FALLOPIAN TUBES AND UTERUS • DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY AND HYSTEROSCOPY • HORMONE EVALUATION So If you are trying to conceive a simple fertility assessment can give you a clear picture of your reproductive health and an early diagnosis will save you a lot of time as well as psychological stress.

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