Testing for male and female infertility
If a couple has been trying to conceive naturally for over a year with having regular and unprotected sex, then they should consider meeting a fertility consultant and follow a plan as advised.
Nearly 27.5 million couples in India who are actively seeking children suffer from infertility. Assisted reproductive technology (ART), which includes in-vitro fertilization (IVF), is used primarily for treatment of infertility. In spite of increasing demand for infertility treatment, only 1% of infertile couples in India seek treatment.
Unexplained Infertility in Women
Infertility, as is known, is the inability of a woman to conceive after 1 year of unprotected intercourse. In such cases, doctors conduct a wide range of fertility tests in…Know More
What is Fertility Testing?
Infertility is a common issue faced by many couples. The condition is defined as a couple's inability to conceive despite having unprotected, well-timed sexual intercourse for over a year. Infertility…Know More
What are the Advanced Fertility Tests?
Fertility rates across the world have been on a decline. It is now clear that both women and men begin the ageing process as early as the late 20s. Factors…Know More
Infertility Tests For Male And Female
If a couple has been having regular and unprotected sex for more than a year without conceiving, then it is time to think of getting tested for infertility (if the…Know More
How Much Does it Cost to Get an Infertility Test done?
How Much Does it Cost to Get an Infertility Test done There are diverse ways in which infertility is treated. Each of the intervention or treatment cost is calculated differently…Know More
What are the Sperm Function Tests - DNA Fragmentation, HOS Test?
Infertility is not something that only affects women. In many cases, issues with sperm are the reasons for a couple's inability to conceive. If a man has been diagnosed with…Know More
How is IVF done?
The IVF process begins with the first set of tests that includes blood tests and ultrasounds. The protocols differ with different clinics and individual applicants. However, every IVF process involves:…Know More
What is an Embyroscope and why is it Used?
The embryoscope is a special type of incubator that maintains the necessary physiological conditions required by an embryo while in the IVF laboratory. It has time-lapse technology with a camera…Know More
What is PGS?
Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) is a technique to assess the karyotype (chromosome number) of the embryos. It aims to detect embryos with normal chromosome complement for embryo transfer and exclude…Know More
Endometrial Receptive Array
IVF is one of the most popular types of fertility treatment available. Though it cannot guarantee conception, most patients are expected to conceive within 3 IVF cycles at most. However,…Know More
How Soon a Pregnancy Test Can Be Taken After Implantation?
Every anxious mom-to-be asks a question- how early can they take a pregnancy test post-implantation. Experts suggest that it depends on person to person. One can notice several signs in…Know More