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Available Infertility treatments in Silchar, Assam
The fertilityworld in Silchar, Assam provides all the fertility treatments available today. We have the best fertility team of doctors that executes cutting-edge techniques of fertility treatments, including:
- Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) fertility treatments.
- Invitro fertilization (IVF) fertility treatments.
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
- 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.
Infertility treatment and its Success rate
The above bar graph depicts the excellent infertility treatments and their success rates. However, all infertile couples do not receive success rates on a single cycle, some receive success in a single cycle while some receive success rates after the 2nd or the 3rd cycle. Contact the fertilityworld for a free consultation from its best fertility doctors and get the best advice on your infertility and the possible success rates.
Male infertility: Causes Symptoms & Treatments
- What exactly is male infertility?
- What causes male infertility?
- What are the symptoms of male infertility?
- What are the available male infertility treatments?
Male infertility is an issue of the male reproductive system that affects the male’s reproductive cells unable to fertilize the female partner’s egg resulting in not conceiving.
Note: A normal male fertility will always produce healthy sperm that is viable to fertilize the female egg. Have a very smooth erection and ejaculates making the sperm reach the egg, it bypasses all the barriers on its passage to reach the nucleus of the egg and get fertilized. Causes of male infertility: Male infertility can be caused by various factors such as:
- Mumps virus after puberty- Infections or inflammatory conditions.
- The hormone of pituitary gland problems
- Immune problems in which you make antibodies against self sperm
- Environmental and lifestyle factors
- Genetic diseases, such as cystic fibrosis or hemochromatosis
- Erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation of the sperm.
- Liver or kidney disease or treatment for seizure disorders can also cause male infertility.
The most common sign of male infertility is difficulty in producing healthy sperm. Sperm could be immature, abnormally shaped (abnormal morphology), or unable to swim. In some cases, you may not have enough sperm. Or you may not make any sperm. Environmental and lifestyle infertility is caused by tobacco use, heavy alcohol use, use of marijuana or steroids, or exposure to toxins.
It also can be caused by genetic or birth defects blocking the genital tract that stops the flow of semen. Infection or inflammation from a sexually transmitted disease can also block the semen flow. Other causes include scar tissue from surgery or twisted, swollen veins in the scrotum.
Symptoms of male infertility: The symptoms of male infertility can be distinguished from the following experiences. If your female partner does not get pregnant after trying regular unprotected intercourse for about 12 months that is up to one year. However, your female partner is producing viable eggs to get conceived. Below provided are the symptoms of male infertility:
- Weak Motility and poor viability of the sperm
- Abnormal Morphology of the sperm
- Low Liquefaction time of the sperm
- Poor quantity and quality of semen and sperm.
- Abnormal color of the sperm
- The pH rate of the sperm
- The viscosity rate of the sperm
- Fructose content in Semen
- Low sperm count
- Testicular Atrophy: The narrowing of the testicles.
- Hyperspermia: What is hyperspermia?
- Oligospermia: What is oligospermia?
- Foamy urine in the morning
Further, read this link and understand What are the signs of Infertility in Males?
What are the available male infertility treatments?
The fertilityworld best infertility doctors from Silchar (Assam) always recommend the best treatments or procedures that will lead to conception. However, it’s recommended that the female partner also be checked because knowing the exact causes of infertility in both partners is the best way to excellent parenthood. From there it decides whether specific treatments should be recommended or, you can decide whether proceeding with assisted reproductive techniques (ART) is appropriate in your situation or other treatments. The following treatments can be suitable for male infertility:
- Through Surgery: For example, a varicocele can often be surgically corrected or an obstructed vas deferens repaired. Prior vasectomies can be reversed. In cases where no sperm are present in the ejaculate, sperm can often be retrieved directly from the testicles or epididymis using sperm retrieval techniques such as TESA, PESA, etc.
- Treating infections: Antibiotic treatment can be the option to cure an infection of the reproductive tract but doesn’t always restore fertility.
- Treatments for sexual intercourse problems: Medication or counseling can help improve fertility conditions such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.
- Hormone treatments and medications: Your doctor might recommend hormone replacement or medications in cases where infertility is caused by high or low levels of certain hormones or problems with the way the body uses hormones.
- Assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment:
- Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
Female Infertility: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments
From here, you’ll understand the following:
- What exactly is female infertility?
- What causes female infertility?
- What are the symptoms of female infertility?
- What are the available female infertility treatments?
Female infertility means the inability of the female to get pregnant and have a successful pregnancy, and delivery of the normal baby after at least one year of trying regular unprotected sex (or 6 months if the woman is beyond 35 years). If a woman keeps experiencing miscarriages, it is also called infertility.
Causes of female infertility
There are various possible causes of female infertility. But it is not easy to pinpoint the exact causes of infertility. As some couples can have “unexplained” or “multifactorial” infertility. Some possible causes of female infertility include:
- Advancing in the age of the female beyond 35 years, physical problems, hormone problems, and lifestyle or environmental factors.
- Problems with the uterus: This condition is caused by polyps, fibroids, septum, or adhesions inside the cavity of the uterus.
- Issues with the fallopian tubes: The most common cause of blocked fallopian tube or tubal factor infertility is a pelvic inflammatory disease, usually caused by chlamydia and gonorrhea.
- Ovulation Disorders: Irregular releasing of the egg is mostly caused by hormonal imbalances, eating habits, substance abuse, thyroid conditions, severe stress, and pituitary tumors. Also, in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the ovaries may not release an egg regularly or they may not release a healthy egg. PCOS Diet and Pregnancy.
- Poor Quantity and Quality of the egg: The quantity and quality of the egg will “run out” early before reaching the menopause stage. Or in addition, some eggs will have abnormal chromosomes ( which may affect all of the eggs) and cannot fertilize or grow into a healthy fetus.
Symptoms of female Infertility
Most commonly, the symptoms of female infertility can be noticed from the changes in the menstrual cycle and ovulation. Symptoms include:
- Abnormality in Menstruation: A menstrual cycle that’s too long (35 days or more), too short (less than 21 days), irregular, or absent can say you’re not ovulating. Or either bleeding is heavier or lighter than usual.
- Periods irregularity: The number of days in between each period is different each month.
- Periods hindrances or no periods at all: You have never had a period, or periods suddenly stop.
- Experience Painful periods than usual with Back pain, pelvic pain, and engage with cramping
Changes in Female infertility:
- Skin changes, including more acne
- Changes in sex drive and desire
- Dark hair growth on the lips, chest, and chin
- Loss of hair or thinning hair
- Weight gain
- Milky white discharge from nipples unrelated to breastfeeding
- Pain during sex
Available female infertility treatments in Silchar, Assam
There are many options available for female infertility treatment at fertilityworld: That includes;
- Medications to correct hormonal issues,
- Surgery for physical problems
- ART techniques such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), Surrogacy.
Let us Understand all the infertility treatments topics in detail:
Generally, in both males and females, Infertility treatment depends on the causes, advancing age, duration of infertility, and personal preferences. Most importantly, as infertility is a complex disorder, the treatment requires significant financial investment, physical contributions, and fully psychological and time commitments. These infertility treatments can either attempt to restore fertility through medications or surgery or help you get pregnant with sophisticated techniques such as ART and artificial inseminations.
What are the medications to restore female infertility?
Medications that regulate or stimulate ovulation are known as female infertility medications.
- Fertility drugs are the best for females who are infertile due to ovulation disorders. Fertility drugs generally work like natural hormones like follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) that trigger ovulation, to stimulate a better egg or an extra egg or eggs.
- Clomiphene citrate drug: This is an oral fertility drug that stimulates ovulation making the pituitary gland release more FSH and LH than usual, it stimulates ovarian follicles containing egg growth. This is the first option drug for women younger than 39 who don’t have PCOS symptoms.
- Gonadotropins/human menopausal gonadotropin/FSH (Gonal-F, Follistim AQ, Bravelle): This is an intramuscular fertility drug injected that induces the ovary to produce multiple eggs. Also, human chorionic gonadotropin (Ovidrel, Pregnyl), is used to mature the eggs and trigger their release at the time of ovulation. However, in some cases it results in multiples, having a premature delivery with gonadotropin use.
- Metformin: This drug is used when insulin resistance is a known or suspected cause of infertility, usually in women with a diagnosis of PCOS. Metformin (Fortamet) helps improve insulin resistance, which can improve the likelihood of ovulation.
- Letrozole: Letrozole (Femara) belongs to a class of drugs known as aromatase inhibitors and works similarly to clomiphene. Letrozole is usually used for women younger than 39 who have PCOS.
- Bromocriptine: Bromocriptine (Cycloset, Parlodel), a dopamine agonist, might be used when ovulation problems are caused by excess production of prolactin (hyperprolactinemia) by the pituitary gland.
However, despite all these available drugs, the fertilityworld recommends you to always rely on the fertility specialist and adhere strictly to his/her recommendations when treating female infertility. Contact the fertilityworld best fertility clinic in Silchar, Assam.
What are the surgical treatments to restore female infertility?
Below discussed are the surgical treatments/procedures that can correct problems, treats, or otherwise improve and restore female infertility. However, today these surgical fertility treatments are suppressed by other successful infertility treatments. Doctors recommend surgical treatment for infertility in women to examine the issues in their reproductive organs and based on the severity of the issue, they opt for various procedures. They include:
Laparoscopic or hysteroscopic surgery: It is a keyhole surgery where a fiber-optic instrument is inserted through the abdominal wall to examine the organs inside the abdomen or permit small-scale surgery. It is a low-risk, minimally invasive surgery which requires only keyhole incisions. Laparoscopy surgeons use an instrument called a laparoscope that allows them to access the inside of the abdomen and pelvis without having to make large incisions in the skin.
This surgery is done to correct problems with the uterine anatomy, examine the fallopian tubes, and ovaries, and remove endometrial polyps and some types of fibroids that misshape the uterine cavity, or remove pelvic or uterine adhesions. and uterus. A laparoscopy can identify endometriosis, scarring, blockages or irregularities of the fallopian tubes, and problems with the ovaries and uterus. The surgeon can then visually examine the pelvic reproductive organs and the pelvic cavity.
Hysteroscopy is an outpatient surgical procedure where our fertility doctor uses a narrow fiber-optic telescope and inserts it into the uterus through the cervix of a woman to check for adhesions inside the uterus and remove them surgically. Various hysteroscopic procedures performed by our doctors include:
- Adhesiolysis: Removing adhesions present inside the uterus.
- Myomectomy: Removing fibroids in the uterus.
- Correcting congenital abnormalities of the uterus like uterine septum (septal resection, polyp) or endometrial polyps.
Tubal surgeries: If your fallopian tubes are blocked or filled with fluid, your doctor might recommend laparoscopic surgery to remove adhesions, dilate a tube or create a new tubal opening. This surgery is rare, as pregnancy rates are usually better with in vitro fertilization (IVF). For this surgery, removal of your tubes or blocking the tubes close to the uterus can improve your chances of pregnancy with IVF.
Medications to restore male infertility
- Clomiphene citrate (Clomid) drug is also prescribed to some men to improve their sperm count. It acts as an estrogen blocker and when men take it in oral form, it triggers the pituitary gland to make more luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) improving the sperm count, morphology, and motility. Clomiphene citrate also increases higher levels of natural testosterone.
- Anastrozole/Arimidex: It is a viable off-label drug for specific groups of men’s infertility drugs. This drug blocks the enzyme known as aromatase, which stops the testosterone reaction from changing into estradiol. The drugs help testosterone levels rise and lower estrogen levels.
- Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG): A hormonal drug that increases testosterone levels in men who suffer from symptoms of low testosterone or hypogonadism (testosterone deficiency).
- Coenzyme Q10: It is a powerful antioxidant molecule that is beneficial for a variety of health conditions including male infertility.
However, despite all these available drugs, the fertilityworld recommends you to always rely on a semen/sperm analysis testing the fertility specialist and adhere strictly to his/her recommendations when treating male infertility.
Less invasive treatments to restore male infertility
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is an artificial insemination procedure for treating infertility. Under this procedure, the sperm is washed and concentrated which is then placed directly into the female partner’s uterus during the time of the ovary releasing one or more eggs to be fertilized naturally inside the womb and conceive a pregnancy.
The idea behind IUI treatment is to allow the sperm to smoothly swim into the fallopian tube and fertilize a waiting egg (ovulated), resulting in pregnancy. Based on the reasons for the couple’s infertility, IUI can be coordinated with the normal cycle or with fertility medications.
Why is IUI treatment done?
Intrauterine insemination treatment is used mostly for couples (for male infertility) having the following infertility factors:
- For single mothers who need to use donor sperm to get pregnant, IUI is the best option to achieve pregnancy. The fertilityworld provides Frozen donor sperm specimens from the certified: SEMEN FREEZING OR SEMEN CRYOPRESERVATION labs and thawed before the IUI procedure initiation.
- Couples with unexplained infertility: IUI must be the first treatment for unexplained infertility along with ovulation-inducing medications.
- Endometriosis-related infertility: For infertility related to endometriosis, using fertility drugs to obtain a good-quality egg along with IUI is often the first treatment approach for any couple.
- Mild male infertility such as below-average sperm concentration, weak movement of sperm, or poor morphology.
- Female with Cervical factor infertility.
- Female with Ovulatory factor infertility, including an absence of ovulation or a reduced number of eggs.
- Male with Semen allergies such as redness, burning, and swelling when the semen contacts the vaginal skin.
What is testicular Atrophy?
Testicular atrophy is the narrowing or shrinking of the male testicles. It can occur due to injury, underlying conditions, or exposure. 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.
Normally, 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.
Causes of testicular atrophy
- Hormonal Imbalance: Hormonal imbalances can cause the body to believe it has too many sex hormones. This causes the testes to shrink and produce fewer sex hormones.
- Illness: Diseases like HIV and mumps virus can cause testicular atrophy. It is possible to restore with appropriate treatment, depending on the severity of atrophy.
- Alcoholism: Chronic alcohol abuse can lead to liver cirrhosis, which can cause damage to the testes and eventually atrophy.
- Age: Natural aging can cause testicular atrophy. It is more common in men older than 40.
Symptoms of testicular atrophy
- The most visible symptom of testicular atrophy is the diminution (shrinking) of one or both of the testicles.
- Possibly some men can experience symptoms based on their age and underlying conditions.
- Larger penis sizes
- Absence of facial hair or pubic hair
- Soft testicles
- Lower sex drive
- Reduced muscle mass
- Reduced facial or pubic hair.
- Pain in the testicles.
- Fever, and Nausea (vomiting).
Diagnosis of the testicular atrophy
Based on the male medical history and lifestyle. A doctor will ask about current medication, conduct a physical examination of the testicles and study the testicle’s characteristics:
- Testicle ultrasound is done to check for abnormalities or blood flow.
- Blood tests are done to check for signs & symptoms of infection.
- To test for STDs, urine or swabs tests are done.
Treatment to restore testicular atrophy
- For bacterial infection: Antibiotics can be prescribed.
- Lifestyle changes are highly recommended
- Hormone therapy: to treat low or imbalanced testosterone production.
- Surgery may be required for testicular torsion.
What is Azoospermia?
When there is no visible sperm in the male ejaculate, the medical term is Azoospermia. Azoospermia is of 3 types:
- Pre-testicular azoospermia (non-obstructive) is caused by impaired production of the hormones responsible for creating sperm.
- Testicular azoospermia (non-obstructive) is caused by any abnormalities in the function or structure of the testicles.
- Post-testicular azoospermia (obstructive) is caused by problems with ejaculation due to an obstruction of some sort in the reproductive tract.
Causes of azoospermia
- Genetic conditions such as Klinefelter’s syndrome.
- Medical treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation.
- Use of recreational drugs such as narcotics.
- Anatomical abnormalities such as varicoceles or absence of the vas deferens on each side.
- The most obvious cause is vasectomy, which prevents sperm from joining other fluids in the ejaculate.
Symptoms of Azoospermia
Possible symptoms of Azoospermia include:
- Low sex drive
- Erectile dysfunction
- Lump, swelling, or discomfort around the testicles
- Decreased hair on the face or body
Best treatments for Azoospermia
The best treatment available for azoospermia is based on various factors like the partner’s age and reproductive function, physical exam findings, blood test results, long- and short-term family goals, and even finances. Depending on the suspected causes, many treatments may be available.
- Reconstruction treatment: If there is a blockage (or history of vasectomy) for some men.
- Medications or recreational drugs: Best option in removing offending agents.
- surgery in some men: It fixes anatomical abnormalities or varicoceles can be pursued.
- Testicular retrieval process: For abnormalities and others the best option is to go directly into the testicle retrieval of sperm that could be used for ART.
- Male with azoospermia parenthood is the one way to receive using donor sperm, or by adopting an infant or child even if other treatments fail.
Assisted Reproductive treatment (ART) to restore female infertility and male infertility
Assisted reproductive treatments (ART) involve the high technical assistance of fertilizing the egg and the sperm either outside the body or in the uterus of the female body. It is carried out in the fertility laboratory in the culture medium for achieving fertilization.
Below we have discussed Surrogacy, IVF, and ICSI treatments that use ART technology:
What is Surrogacy? Surrogacy is an infertility treatment program that involves another woman (surrogate mother) who gets artificially inseminated with the intended parents’ gametes (egg and sperm) fertilized in-vitro. She will carry the pregnancy (baby) to term and hand it over to the intended parents right after the delivery and your partner to raise.
The complete process of surrogacy is complex and it requires highly qualified and experienced professionals such as Doctors, chief embryologists, gynecologists, psychologists, and lawyers that handle all the legalities. Surrogacy can be done by using any of the programs provided below, depending on the different infertility conditions of the intended parents.
- Guaranteed Surrogacy in India: Donor Egg + partner sperm.
- Assured Surrogacy: Donor sperm + Self egg
- Surrogacy with Donor Embryo: Donor egg + Donor sperm=Embryo.
- Self-cycle surrogacy: Self egg + self sperm.
Who should go for Surrogacy treatments?
The new surrogacy law from January 2022 by the supreme court has permitted a married couple to go for surrogacy treatment if they qualify the following criteria:
- Certificates of eligibility and essentiality from the District Medical Board.
- They have been married for five years.
- The wife is aged between 25-50 years and the husband is between 26-55 years.
- They should not have any living child (biological, adopted, or surrogate.)
- A child with mental or physical disabilities or one suffering from a life-threatening disorder or illness has been exempted from the above criterion.
If you are confused about what form of surrogacy will align with your infertility. Book an appointment with the fertilityworld, it has the best-dedicated infertility specialist that answers all the confusion and what will favor your case. It provides free consultations.
In-Vitro fertilization Treatments
What is IVF Technology?- IVF is the most efficient assisted reproduction technology (ART) that treats childless couples to conceive pregnancy again, it can be described as a set of ivf procedures that aid in fertility or prevent genetic issues and aid in the conception of a baby. IVF is an effective method of treatment to treat infertility and genetic issues. Successful IVF treatment is achieved by using;
- Couples self gametes (female egg and male sperm).
- With the help of donor assistance (donor eggs, donor sperm, or donor embryos).
The process of IVF step by step: IVF Process step by step; During IVF, the females are given certain fertility drugs to stimulate the egg’s multiple productions, then the mature eggs are retrieved from the ovaries of the infertile female partner, or the Donors by the chief embryologists and then fertilized by the sperm under the culture medium in the laboratory. The fertilized eggs known as the embryo are transferred into the uterus of the mother. It takes about three months for full cycle IVF treatment. It is possible to split these steps into multiple parts, and the process may be longer.
The Fertilityworld’s IVF doctors will always assist you to determine how IVF works, the possible risks and potential risks, and whether infertility is suitable for you or not. Even if you don’t want to do IVF treatment with us and want to know any information our doctors are always happy to guide you. The consultations are provided free of cost.
Who should go for IVF treatments?
If you and your partner are suffering from infertility, IVF is one of the best options for you to explore, it is less invasive before attempting IVF or additional treatments. If you’re a married couple, or an unmarried couple unable to get pregnant, then you’re suffering from infertility either contributed by both the partners or one of you. The inability to get pregnant can be because of the following reason provided below and such couples should go for IVF treatments:
- The female partner is over 40 years old.
- You’re suffering from specific health issues.
- Block fallopian tubes or damaged tubes: Makes it difficult for eggs to fertilize or for the embryo to get implanted in the lining of the uterus.
- Ovulation problems: Insufficient eggs get fertilized.
- Endometriosis: It impacts the functions of the uterus, ovaries as well as fallopian tubes.
- Uterine fibroids: Fibroids can hinder the fertilization of eggs among women who are in their 30s and 40s.
- Prior tubal sterilization or removal: Fallopian tubes are cut or blocked to stop the possible pregnancy.
- Affected sperm production, or functioning: Poor sperm mobility) or abnormal morphology of the sperm could make it difficult for the sperm to fertilize the egg.
- Unexplained Infertility: No cause for infertility despite a thorough examination of common causes.
- A genetic disorder: IVF will produce free genetic issues for babies by using PGT.
- Preserving fertility for cancer or other medical conditions: If you’re planning to begin chemotherapy or other treatments for cancer, for example, chemotherapy or radiation.
- Male with Low sperm count, poor sperm quality, weak sperm count, or no sperm at all. What are the signs of Infertility in Males?
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) treatment
ICSI procedure is very similar to IVF. However in ICSI once the eggs either from the partner or from the donor arrive in the laboratory, fertilization is achieved by injecting only a single normal-looking with active sperm, which is viewed under the microscope in each egg and injected, using an extremely fine needle. The fertilized egg is placed in the womb, and the result can be confirmed by a pregnancy test within two weeks. See here which should be the best option for you IVF VS ICSI.
Who needs ICSI treatments?
ICSI is considerable in the case of male factor infertility with abnormal semen analysis testing. Today about 75% of all IVF cases are using ICSI. ICSI can also be considered for reasons other than male factor infertility factors, such as:
- Couples with IVF failure or Previous poor fertilization with IVF.
- Variable sperm counts (lower sperm count).
- Couples with unexplained infertility.
- ICSI can provide better success rates than IVF in most cases.
- If the male partner has had a vasectomy reversal.
However, to proceed with ICSI is particularly difficult without prior evidence of male factor infertility but some couples go for ICSI because they want to do everything possible to maximize fertilization.
Preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) treatment is an early form of prenatal genetic diagnosis where genetically abnormal embryos are identified, thereby allowing the selection and transfer of genetically normal embryos. This technology has become an integral part of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) procedures.
PGT is highly beneficial for couples having the risk of abnormal genetic conditions and willing to undergo infertility treatment such as IVF, surrogacy, ICSI treatments, etc. to make their parenthood dreams come true. PGT is the best option to have a genetically normal child.
Best fertility treatment centre in Silchar, Assam
Thousands of infertile patients look for the fertilityworld as it is the best fertility clinic in Silchar (Assam). Why? Because;
- It has been serving successful treatments for 20 years.
- It has the best fertility doctors who are dedicated and very friendly.
- It has the best state-of-the-art equipment.
- It has an ultra-laboratory.
- It provides all the fertility treatments under its roof.
- Most of all it serves more affordable fertility treatments than any other clinic in Silchar, Assam.
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