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Fertility Facts

How much do you really know about conception and fertility? Here are some facts of fertility you must know- Women with multiple fetuses are more than twice as likely to develop high blood pressure of pregnancy and premature birth. There is a higher than average chance of conceiving twins with IVF treatment. Single women can go for fertility treatment to procure their biological child....

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PCOS & Lifestyle

PCOS women can present with mental health disorders including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and binge eating disorder. Weight loss improves menstrual irregularities, symptoms of androgen excess, and infertility in PCOD. A moderate reduction in...

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Advantages of Blastocyst Transfer

How blastocyst culture helps for high success in IVF treatment? Blastocyst is an embryo which has developed to day 5 stage with different cell components and a fluid cavity. The advantage of blastocyst cultures...

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What is fertilisation and how it is achieved with ICSI?

Human fertilisation starts from entry of a healthy sperm into a human egg followed by mixing and division of genetic material. Fertilisation usually occurs in the ampulla of the fallopian tube.The result of this union is...

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Zika virus & Infertility

Zika virus infection during pregnancy can harm growth of brain  in the baby Zika virus infection during pregnancy is a cause of congenital microcephaly and serious brain abnormalities. Zika virus is transmitted primarily through...

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Fertility Hormones In IVF

In a fertility work-up, Cycle Day 3 is the day when a woman is asked to perform certain blood tests. These tests are to check the levels of three important hormones – follicle stimulating...

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How to improve quality of eggs in IVF?

Women doing IVF with their own eggs experience a significant decrease in success rates as age advances. The difference in egg quality between a 25-year-old and a 40-year-old is significant. This may be due...

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Ovulation disorders

What are Ovulatory disorders? Anovulation or lack of ovulation is a condition in which follicular development and rupture is impaired. This leads to infertility as oocyte(egg) is not released from its follicle. This Ovarian...

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Donor Egg IVF

Egg donor IVF is a fertility treatment option for those who can’t use their own eggs due to various reasons. The egg donation process involves retrieving eggs from a woman who has normally functioning ovaries. Following egg retrieval, the eggs are fertilised in the...

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Embryo Implantation

What happens in implantation window? Embryo–endometrial dialogue has led to the identification of a ‘window of implantation’. The implantation window is characterised by changes to the endometrium cells, which aid in the absorption of...

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Oxidative stress and Fertility

What can Oxidative stress cause to female fertility? Oxidative stress is a condition where reactive oxygen species are overproduced & cannot be neutralized by the antioxidant system of body. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are...

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Exercises & Health

Exercise plays a vital role in building and maintaining strong muscles and bones. Exercises produce changes in the parts of the brain that regulate stress and anxiety. It can also increase brain sensitivity for...

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Follicular Monitoring

IVF center What should be the size of follicle to get pregnant? Before ovulation occurs, the average diameter of the dominant follicle is 22 to 24 mm (range 18-36 mm). Empty Follicle Syndrome Empty Follicle Syndrome...

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