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Infertility services available in Arunachal Pradesh at fertilityworld:
- Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) fertility treatments.
- Invitro fertilization (IVF) fertility treatments.
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
- zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT)
- Gamete intrafallopian tube transfer (GIFT)
- Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT)
- Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
- Surgical Sperm Extractions
- Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)
- Semen Analysis Testing
- Donor Assisted Hatching
- Egg, Sperm, and embryo cryopreservation.
Fertility treatments success rates, Arunachal Pradesh
The above bar graph shows the statistics of general infertility treatment success rates in Arunachal Pradesh. However, the duration and its success rates depend on the infertility conditions of the individuals- infertility causes, infertility medicine responses, treatments used, and standards of the professionals. Therefore, some people, couples achieve a success rate on a single cycle of the treatment while some couples have to undergo repeated cycles of the treatment to achieve success rates.
The success rates shown above can be achieved by anyone. But your infertility duration and advancing age can add up an additional cost in each repeated treatment cycle. Remember the longer your infertility and advancing age leads to a decline in the qualities and quantities of the gametes.
Let’s discuss here: Female Infertility
- What do you understand about female infertility?
- Do you know what could be the causes of female infertility?
- What are the symptoms of female infertility?
- Which test is done to diagnose female infertility?
- What are the treatments available for female infertility?
What do you understand about female infertility?
Those married females who are unable to get pregnant after having regular unprotected sex for about 6-12 months, or single mother with donor sperm who fails to achieve pregnancy, these inabilities is female infertility.
Do you know what could be the causes of female infertility?
About a third of the time, infertility is due to a problem with the woman. Age, physical problems, hormone problems, and lifestyle or environmental factors could be the causes of female infertility. Most female infertility can be caused by the following:
- Problems with ovulation of the ovaries,
- Ovarian insufficiency- the ovaries stop functioning before natural menopause,
- Damaged/Block fallopian tubes or uterus, or problems with the cervix
- In polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the ovaries may not release an egg regularly or they may not release a healthy egg.
- Hormonal issues or polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) causes female infertility.
What are the symptoms of female infertility?
- Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID): PID causes blockage of the fallopian tubes, which prevents fertilization.
- Irregular periods/menstruation cycle: Women’s normal cycle is 28 days long, sometimes +5 days longer and sometimes -5 days shorter. But a woman whose period cycles vary so greatly that she can’t even begin to estimate is experiencing irregular periods.
- Heavy or painful periods: Very painful periods that interfere with your daily life can be a symptom of endometriosis.
- Absent or no periods: It’s not usual for women to have an off-month period. Also, stress and heavy workouts can cause your period to temporarily disappear. But if you missed months, it’s time to get your fertility checked.
- Hormone fluctuations:
- Skin issues
- Reduced sex drive
- Facial hair growth
- Thinning hair
- Weight gain
- Pain during sex: Some women can experience painful sex by birth, it’s not normal. It could be related to hormone issues, endometriosis, or to other underlying conditions that could also be contributing to infertility.
Which test is done to diagnose female infertility?
To know the specific problems of female infertility, various tests can be performed and ruled out. The tests include:
- Blood tests: Blood tests detect some potential causes of infertility such as hormonal imbalances, presence of cystic ovaries, cervical problems, etc.
- Laparoscopy: It allows determination of the outside lining of the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tube with the help of a fiber-optic camera attached to a thin tube through an incision (keyhole) near the belly button. It detects abnormal growth in the pelvic region, especially in the case of endometriosis- caused due to the formation of endometriotic tissues in other parts of the body.
- Hysterosalpingography (HSG): An HSG involves inserting a dye or saline into the cervix with the guidance from an X-ray or ultrasound, it determines the blockage of the fallopian tubes.
What are the treatments available for female infertility?
If you’re a woman suffering from infertility and emotionally desperate, you don’t have to worry at all. With medical science technology, your infertility can be repaired, restored, and treated. Below are the treatments available for you:
- Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART): ART is the best-known treatment option available.ART goes along with the combination of fertility drugs and hormonal therapy. Other types of tests include gamete intra- fallopian transfer, In Vitro fertilization, intrauterine insemination, and zygote intrafallopian transfer.
- In Vitro fertilization (IVF): IVF is the best comprehensive and highly advanced ART procedure that assists the sperm and the egg. IVF technique is described as artificial insemination, where the egg and sperm are retrieved and combined in the laboratory under the Petri dishes i.e. outside the human body (In-Vitro), and the fertilized egg known as the embryo is placed in the uterus to carry the pregnancy.
- Surrogacy: The surrogate (another woman) is inseminated with the fertilized embryo of the male partner’s sperm and the female partner’s eggs, or with Donors created via IVF treatments. The surrogate mother then carries the baby to term and delivers it on the behalf of the recipient.
- Fertility medications: Special drugs may be prescribed to women facing problems with ovulation. Gonadotropins are used in cases of unexplained infertility. Clomiphene or Clomid and Serophene are highly recommended fertility drugs in treatments for infertility problems.
- Intrauterine insemination (IUI): It is another female infertility treatment procedure that utilizes a small number of concentrated sperm cells. This is a painless process and takes a few minutes to accomplish, IUI is the less invasive treatment.
- Egg donation/Donor Egg Bank: Egg donation involves the removal of Oocytes from the ovary of another woman who has taken fertility drugs for ovarian stimulation and fertilized it by the partner sperm via IVF and transferred into the uterus for pregnancy.
- ZIFT and GIFT: ZIFT means zygote intrafallopian transfer, where the fertilized eggs are transferred into the uterus of the mother after the IVF procedures within 24 hours, while in GIFT (Gamete intrafallopian tube transfer), the sperm and eggs are mixed before insertion.
Now, let’s discuss male infertility here:
- What comes to mind about male infertility?
- What can be the causes of male infertility?
- What are the male infertility symptoms?
- What tests/treatments rule out the specific reasons for male infertility?
- What are the treatments that treat or restore male infertility?
What comes to mind about male infertility?
Male infertility means a man’s inability to impregnate his woman due to various male fertility factors. Also, a man has a poor quality of sperm cells losing the chance of making his female partner pregnant. Sometimes male infertility is linked to sexual function, and other times it could be linked to semen quality.
What can be the causes of male infertility?
Male infertility can be caused by various factor which includes the following:
- Sperm disorders: low sperm count (very low numbers of sperm production known as oligospermia), weak sperm motility (abnormal movement), poor sperm morphology (oddly shaped), or no sperm at all (azoospermia). These issues can be born with traits, lifestyles, smoking, drinking alcohol, drug abuse, long-term sickness (kidney failure), childhood infections like mumps, or birth defects.
- Chromosome or hormonal imbalances: Hormones secreted by the pituitary gland commands the testicles to make the sperms. So, very low hormone levels cause poor sperm growth. Also, sperm carry half of the DNA to the egg, changes in this can affect fertility.
- Abnormal testosterone levels: Low levels of testosterone, and the low level of male sex hormone, can be responsible for infertility in some men.
- Varicoceles: These are the swollen veins in the scrotum which is mostly found among infertile men. Swollen veins harm the sperm growth due to blockage of blood drainage causing the blood to flow back into the scrotum- the testicles then become too warm for making the sperm resulting in low sperm count.
- Retrograde ejaculation: It makes the semen go backward into the bladder instead of coming out from the penis. So it does not reach the vagina. It can be caused by surgery, medications, or problems with the nervous system. Foamy urine in the morning means retrograde ejaculation.
- Immunologic Infertility: In some male bodies, they generate antibodies attacking their sperm, not allowing the sperm to move and function normally. These antibodies make it hard for the sperm to swim up to the fallopian tube and enter the egg. Although it is not a common cause of male infertility.
- Libido: Libido describes a person’s desire to have sex. Aphrodisiacs are the foods, and supplements that add to sex drive.
- Tubal Obstructions: The tube where the sperm travels can be blocked due to infections, surgery, swelling, or developmental defects. This blockage doesn’t allow the sperm from the testicle to leave the body during ejaculation.
- Random use of other medications: Certain medicines can change sperm production, function, and delivery. Such medication is used for arthritis, depression, digestive problems, anxiety, infections, high blood pressure, and cancers.
What are the male infertility symptoms?
Male Infertility symptoms may not be specific but his inability to impregnate his women is the general symptom. They may go unnoticed until a man tries to have a baby. Read here for more symptoms: What are the signs of Infertility in Males? Some of the male infertility symptoms can be noticed, which can include:
- Changes in hair growth
- Changes in sexual desire (sex drive).
- Pain, lump, or swelling in the testicles
- Problems with erections and ejaculation
- Small, firm testicles
- Painful ejaculations during sex.
What tests rule out male-specific infertility?
There are various infertility tests for men to rule out the specific reasons, visit the fertilityworld best Doctors and learn what kind of treatment will determine or restore infertility. First, there will be a question round from the urologist, They’ll give you a physical exam and ask you questions about your lifestyle and medical history, such as:
- Surgeries you’ve had
- Medications you take
- Your exercise habits
- Whether you smoke or take recreational drugs
- Frank discussion with you about your sex life
- You have or ever had any sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
Finding out the cause of male infertility can be challenging. However, fertilityworld specialists have different ways of doing it including:
Semen Analysis Testing: A semen analysis test also known as sperm count/sperm analysis/semen testing or male fertility test) is a procedure to know the exact male infertility problems, analyzing the sperm and the semen parameters under the microscope:
- Sperm count,
- Sperm Motility and viability.
- Morphology of the sperm
- Liquefaction time of the sperm
- The sperm quantity and quality of semen and.
- The color of the sperm
- The pH of the sperm
- The viscosity of the sperm
- Fructose content in Semen.
If you have a higher number of normal-shaped sperm, it means you have higher fertility. However, some males with low sperm counts or abnormal semen can be still fertile. About 15% of infertile men have normal semen and plenty of normal sperm.
If the first semen analysis test results are normal, a second test is done to confirm the results. Two normal tests usually mean you don’t have any significant infertility problems. If something in the results looks unusual, your doctor might order more tests to pinpoint the problem.
If there is no semen or sperm at all, it can be due to blockage in the plumbing tube that can be corrected with surgery. It can also diagnose varicoceles and can also be corrected with surgery. Hormone Level Testing: Even though hormones aren’t the main problem in about 97% of infertile men. Testosterone and other hormones control the making of sperm.
Genetic testing can identify the specific obstacles to fertility and problems with the sperm.
What are the treatment options to treat or restore male infertility?
The ultimate goal of male infertility treatment is to create a pregnancy. There are various male infertility treatment options in Arunachal Pradesh, the fertility world, and the best fertility clinic. However, one should remember that male infertility depends upon the underlying cause. The decision to pursue treatment depends on other factors as well, including personal preferences and cost.
While there are some situations in which male infertility can be restored with medication or surgery, in most cases, assisted reproductive technology (ART) such as IVF, ICSI, and Surrogacy (Complete Surrogacy process in India) are the top recommended approaches. Some of the common less invasive male infertility treatments include:
- Varicoceles are repaired with surgery that blocks off the abnormal veins.
- Hormonal abnormalities can sometimes be treated with medicine or surgery.
- Obstructions in the sperm transport plumbing can sometimes be surgically corrected.
If the above method is unsuccessful, then it means lifelong male infertility, in such cases assisted reproductive techniques (ARTs) offer powerful new options.
- Intrauterine insemination (IUI): During ovulation, the sperm are injected directly into the female partner’s uterus. But before that medicines are usually given to the women to increase the number of eggs they release on normal days. IUI is less invasive and can provide the best success rates in some male infertility factors depending on the treatment responses. Read from here the cost of IUI and treatments in metropolitan cities; IUI cost in Delhi | IUI treatment in Delhi.
- In-vitro fertilization (IVF): Sperm are mixed with multiple ovulated eggs retrieved from the woman. They are allowed to fertilize in the petri dish in the laboratory. Fertilized eggs are then transferred to the uterus to develop the pregnancy. IVF requires at least some viable sperm and Viable eggs. IVF applies to both male and female infertility; to completely understand the technology behind IVF treatments read this: What is IVF Technology? And to know more about IVF procedures read here: IVF Process step by step. At fertilityworld in Arunachal Pradesh, the cost of IVF is reasonable with the highest success rates; IVF Cost in Itanagar Arunachal Pradesh. You can also see the cost of IVF in other big cities; the Cost of IVF in Pune, IVF Treatment Cost in Mumbai, and IVF cost in Bangalore.
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI): A single sperm is injected through a tiny needle into the middle of each egg. The fertilized egg is then implanted in the uterus. ICSI is performed when the male sperm counts are extremely low or abnormal along with IVF treatments. See here the difference between IVF Vs. ICSI and how much it costs.
Let’s understand Testicular Atrophy:
The narrowing of the two male reproductive glands located in the scrotum is known as testicular atrophy. The scrotum’s main function is to regulate temperatures around the testicles. It does this by contracting when it gets cold and then relaxing when it gets warmer. This can cause your testicles to look smaller or larger than normal. Testicular atrophy is the narrowing or shrinking of your testicles and not your scrotum. It can occur due to injury, underlying conditions, or exposure.
Two types of cells are responsible for the function of the testes: Leydig cells and Germ cells. The Leydig cells produce testosterone, the male sexual hormone. While the germ cells make sperm, the Leydig cells are responsible for their function. These two types of cells are produced in equal amounts during the normal development of the testis. This results in tests that are round, firm, full, and firm. Testicular fluid levels can change if one or both types of cells are reduced, which can cause extremely shrinking testes. These are some possible causes of testicular atrophy. To completely understand the testicular atrophy causes | Symptoms and treatments of testicular atrophy and its cost read the link provided.
What is Azoospermia?
Azoospermia is the medical term used to indicate the complete absence of sperm in the ejaculate. Also, testis can be making sperm, but it might not be enough to have any noticeable amount come out in the ejaculate. It can be divided into two kinds; they are:
- Obstructive- There is a blockage preventing sperm from entering the ejaculate.
- Non-obstructive: When the sperm production decreases due to testis.
Causes of Azoospermia
Azoospermia or the absence of sperm in the male ejaculate is caused by some potential factors including:
- Some genetic conditions such as Klinefelter’s syndrome,
- Medical treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation,
- Use of recreational drugs such as some narcotics,
- Anatomical abnormalities such as varicoceles or absence of the vas deferens on each side.
- Perhaps the most obvious cause would be a vasectomy, which prevents sperm from joining other fluids in the ejaculate.
The best treatment for Azoospermia
Depending on the cause, based on many factors for any given patient, the best treatment is a customized approach: Partner’s age and reproductive function, Physical examination findings, Blood test results, long- and short-term family goals and even finances.
- Reconstruction Is the best treatment: If there is a blockage (or history of vasectomy).
- Medications: removing offending agents such as recreational drugs might be the first step.
- Surgery: In some men for fixing anatomical abnormalities or varicoceles surgery can be pursued,
- Sperm retrieval procedures: The best option is to go directly into the testicle to attempt the retrieval of sperm that could be used for ART.
Men with azoospermia should always remember that countless couples across the world have formed families with unsurpassed happiness and love by becoming parents by using donor sperm or by adopting an infant or child.
What is Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)?
PGD is a technique used to determine the genetic defects in embryos created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) before transferring into the uterus for pregnancy. PGD implies to those couples specifically, when one or both genetic parents have a known genetic abnormality or genetic risk. Therefore PGD testing is performed on an embryo to determine if it also carries a genetic abnormality. In other words, Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) is a laboratory procedure that is used in conjunction with in vitro fertilization (IVF) to reduce the risk of passing on inherited genetic diseases to the offspring.
What is Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT)?
Embryos can be tested for abnormal chromosomes before they are transferred to the uterus via PGT procedures. Preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) refers to techniques where the embryos from presumed chromosomally normal genetic parents are screened for aneuploidy so that only the unaffected embryos are transferred into the uterus for implantation. PGT provides an alternative to current post-conception diagnostic procedures that is amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling, which are frequently followed by the difficult decision of pregnancy termination if results are unfavorable. PGD and PGS are presently the only options available for avoiding a high risk of having a child affected with a genetic disease before implantation. The fertilityworld is the best fertility clinic in Arunachal Pradesh offers PGD and PGT at a reasonable cost with the highest success rates.
The Takeaways from this page for YOU!
You Don’t have to worry!
About 15%-20% of married couples trying to conceive will have problems with infertility. About 40 percent is due to female factor infertility, while 30%-40% of the time male factor infertility is the cause. A combination of these factors leads to infertility 20%-30% of the time.
If you’ve been diagnosed with infertility, or fear you may have trouble conceiving in the future, you’re not alone. The fertilityworld medical industry is forever making advances in this field, every experience becomes the strong roots of research and commitments. Make an appointment and go over your concerns for free consultations. Even if you are diagnosed with infertility, you may still be able to conceive.
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